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  • Alfred Schwarz: Austrian flier with information on the Pfaff walking foot and kiting in Vienne.
  • Andreas Napravnik: Enthusiastic German flier and builder. Galleries of photos from many German festivals.
  • Andrew Albosta: Reports on 3 years of the Smithsonian and other festivals.
  • Andy Tauber: The Kite Flying Fool presents a site bristling with images and information.
  • Andy Williams: Information on various types of sport kites and the Bay Area Stunt Kite League (BASKL)
  • Anthony Thyssen: Kite Workshop where Anthony designs and builds unusual kite designs.
  • Arthur Edwards: 3-leg bridle calculator, Popper plan and a delta based on windsurfer sail design.
  • Bart W van Assen: The kite-flying Dutchman. Well travelled and published flier. [English and Dutch]
  • Bas Vreeswijk: Builder of single-line applique Edo kites and mini kites made from bamboo and washipaper.
  • Bill Wilson: Kite blog showcasing Bill's custom kites, builders plans, photos, videos and other information related to kites.
  • Bob Childs: Sport kite designer/competitor turned kite traction enthusiasts and kite skating pioneer. Site includes biography, interviews, articles and media galleries.
  • Bob White's Kite History Site: Timeline of Kite History, Bibliography of Kite Books and Publications, Famous Kite Pioneers
  • Brian Champie: Information about kiting in the San Francisco Bay Area, tournaments, workshops, stories, and information on the California Wasp Kite.
  • Calvin Mills: Home of Rad Red, ice flying enthusiast.
  • Carl Crowell: Kites at the crow*well.
  • Chesham Kites: Photo galleries and videos of our kiting experiences in the UK. Forums and chat rooms.
  • Craig Rodgerson: Internet kite enthusiast and Pizazz designer from Flint Michigan USA.
  • Damien du Toit: Introduction to kites and kite flying.
  • Daniel Gagnon: Traction kite designer, using Foilmaker. [French]
  • Dave Culp: Sailcraft research and development. High speed sailing development, kite powered sailcraft, links to the Amateur Yacht Research Society.
  • Dave Lord: Lots of detail on traction kites, kite buggies and land yachts.
  • David Aberdeen: Amateur traction kite designer / enthusiast shares kite plans and photos.
  • David Forsyth: Personal Kiting - buggy plans, several home made traction foils and Eastern Cape Kites
  • David Guidolin: Canadian two and four line flier. Toronto festival report.
  • David Ronan: A traction kite enthusiast from County Limerick, Ireland.
  • David Scarbrough: Using kites to train falcons.
  • Dee Doyle: Collection of papers introducing all forms of kite flying.
  • Detlef Beyer: Kite Paradise - A Cybergallery of Kites with tips, animations, pictures and an interactive game. Home to the World Buggy-Location Database.
  • Didier Ferment: Prolific French designer. Many attractive quad designs.
  • Don Hansberger: Kite flying in New York.
  • Doug: Kiting Rocks Cleveland.
  • Eleven`s Trick Kite Site: Alfred Stoppels shares his experiences with trick-kiting. Sport kite trick instruction and kite reviews.
  • Emiel Stroeve: Enthusiastic flier, sharing information about KAP, buggying and kite kite designs.
  • Esben Collstrup: Danish flier, and dropper of parafauna.
  • Frank Ellerkamp: Unofficial Swiss Kite Site - clubs and stores in Switzerland.
  • Frank Pitsch: Power kite enthusiast from Germany posts kite photos, plans and related links.
  • Frans Nijhuis: Kitesailing, kites, treasure hunting and the digital camera.
  • Gary Engvall: Kite information, links to kite plans, kite events, kite books, kite catalogs, kite clubs. Workshop kites.
  • Gary Engvall: Kite information, links to kite plans, kite events, kite books, kite catalogs, kite clubs. Workshop kites.
  • Geert Donker Duyvis: Innovative designer of single line kites, including dragons.
  • Gertraud Umlauft: Kites and Music - Stunt kite flying information, plus tips for adapting to strong wind.
  • Gilles Lehoux: Kites built from readily available materials. Cartoons and sillyness.
  • Glenn Davison - Kiting USA: A growing collection of resources related to miniature kite making and using kites in the classroom for educational purposes.
  • Graeme Poole: Specialist in DIRC dragonfly kites.
  • Hans Jansen: Dutch flier involved in STACK rule development, also virtual flying emulator.
  • Harald Prinzler: German flier interested in KAP and soft kites.
  • Heizo Itoh: Japanese master of Hamamatsu Kites.
  • Henk Steenbergen: Dutch flier with information and plans for building 2-line stunt kites.
  • Hiroshi Hayakawa: Byobu dako (folding screen kites).
  • Ian Newham: Designer of Blue Fish sport kites. Information on sport kite design, tips for newcomers and setting up a Revolution.
  • Iasao Ogawa: Japanese master of miniature kite building.
  • Ichizo Sagawa: Master of the Baramon kite.
  • James Ervin: Builder of beautiful single line and sport kites.
  • Jarrod Foo: Flying in Marina South Park, Singapore.
  • Jennifer Chan: How to go and fly a kite. A beginner's site on kites - the physics, history, myth, and basics of kites.
  • Jeroen & Katrien - In2kites: Jeroen & Katrien's kite site with kite plans, kite festival calendar, photo album, etc.
  • Jerome Grimminck: Fright's buggy site. Includes pictures of 2-wheel buggies.
  • Jiehua Sun: Master craftsman of traditional Chinese kites.
  • Jim Cheetham: How to, why to, and pictures of flying kites at night.
  • Jim Cronin: OSOW, assorted kites and ramblings in Coventry.
  • Joanne Baker: Kites 4 Kids. Team Positive Lift of Melbourne, Australia. Aerial Displays, Festivals, School Workshops, Stunt Kite Exhibitions.
  • John Glazebrook: Extensive photo gallery of John and friends kite jumping and kite surfing plus kite reviews and tips.
  • John Maxworthy: Musings... Kite photos, Kite Construction & KAP
  • John Mitchell: Champion Revolution flier. Information about STACK, Revolutions, the Decorators and Fano.
  • Jonas Feldt: An introduction to all forms of flying.
  • Katsutaka Murooka: Builder of modern Japanese kites and KAP enthusiast.
  • Kazue Tanaka: Tombi-style birds built from sooty bamboo and washi paper.
  • Keizo Nakano: Third generation builder of Tsugaru kites.
  • Kensei Kamiunten: Traditional Japanese kite builder.
  • Kuba Soltysiak: Plans for simple kites used for KAP.
  • Kumthon Charungkitkul: A site dedicated to the kites of Thailand.
  • Lam Hoac: Longstanding champion kite competitor and sport kite designer/manufacturer.
  • Larry and Linda Mixon: Above The Horizon Kites - Award winning designers and fliers.
  • Leon von Moltke: South African flier and builder, with reports of visits to the Gold Coast, Swindon and Nambia.
  • Masaaki Satoh: Designer and builder of Abu dako, Semi dako, Hachi dako.
  • Masami Takakuwa: Traditional Japanese kites, kite festivals in Japan, Japanese kite plans.
  • Masayuki Mori: Japanese builder of bird kites.
  • Michael A. Petro: Extensive and long standing site with links to many kite web resources.
  • Michael Goddard: Reach Up And Touch The Sky. Kite sketchbooks, kite gallery, kite flying sites, kites and colour.
  • Michael Olsen: Enthusiastic kite jumper from Colorado shares photos and movies.
  • Mike Armstrong: Cartoons, festival reports and descriptions of many kites.
  • Mike Emery: Twenty years of flying all styles of kite. Located in Finland.
  • Mike Smathers: Single line kite builder.
  • Mikio Toki: Master builder of Edo kites.
  • Nick Wake: Warwickshire kite enthusiast catalogs his interest in power kiting, buggying, kite surfing, team flying.
  • Nicolas Salin: French kite jumping enthusiast.
  • Nigel Byde and Paul Collins: Information for flyers new to Sportkites and a place where kitefans can display their creative art in the Sky Gallery.
  • Ozon Art: Bart Bozon's site on kite flying, buggying and homemade kites.
  • Patrick Mann: Plans, photos and discussions of single-line kites, including several original designs. Also features: kite book reviews and building tips.
  • Peter Peters: Very extensive site including kite plans, instruction, tricks, software, and a long list of links.
  • Phil Denby: A collection of photos taken whilst power kiteing.
  • Philip Chase: A site dealing with all forms of power & traction kiting.
  • Philip Le Riche: The Virtual Kite Zoo - Descriptions, plans, pictures of many kite varieties, a FAQ in itself
  • Ray Bethell: World champion multiple sport kite pilot.
  • Ray and Gail Wilmer: Western Australian Kite-makers
  • René Nijboer: Dutch kite builder. Pictures of kites and buggies.
  • Rghm Ter Wiel: Dutch flier interested in kite photography. Note the choice of wallpaper images.
  • Richard Amirault: Keen flier from Malden, MA, involved in several kite organisations.
  • Richard Cornwell: Sky Visions - kite builder and designer.
  • Rob Harper: Welsh flier of both single and dual line.
  • Rob Hawke: Information and pictures about power kiting.
  • Rob Scribner: Kiting pages of Rob Scribner, former captain of the Cutting Edge Kite Team.
  • Robert Van Weers: New Zealand with pictures of his own creations and several plans.
  • Rodel Rosas: Photos and flying sites in the Philippines.
  • Roland Dworschak: Kiting and buggying in Austria.
  • Ron Hardie: Information on kiting in the Vancouver, British Columbia area. Several photos from BCKA festivals.
  • Ron Kramer: Personal website by the designer of the Prism website. Several indoor movie clips.
  • Ron Reich: A compendium of Ron's postings to rec.kites.
  • Ron and Marla Kytpepl: Information about kite stuff, pins, and tattoos.
  • Ronald Krueger: German flier and builder.
  • Roy Reed: Introduction to kite making and history. [Flash]
  • Roy Schelkers: Stories and advice about flying in the Netherlands.
  • Sam and Ann Ritter.: Stacked Revolutions and single line kites.
  • Samuel Franklin Cody: Gallery of Cody's work by Frits Donker Duyvis.
  • Seiji Sudo: Master builder of the Sanjo Rokkaku, from Sanjo, Japan.
  • Simo Salanne: Flyer and stunt kite designer proud to come from Finland.
  • Spence Wikel: Flier and builder of single line and dual line kites.
  • Steve Surette: Canadian flier, his family and festivals.
  • Terence Kearey: Swedish builder working on improvements in single-skin design.
  • Teruyuki Yabe and Yaeko Yabe: Modern kite train builders.
  • Thomas-Michael Rudolph: Extensive site with many plans, Information on Codys and German festivals.
  • Tole's Kites: Pictures of artistic hand built kites.
  • Tom Tinney: This page shows some of the miniature and one not so miniature kites made by Tom Tinney.
  • Toshiharu Umeya: Japanese builder of modern kite trains.
  • Toshiyuki Yoshikawa: Third generation traditional Tosa kite builder.
  • Tsutomu Hiroi: Maker of many kinds of creative kites since 1935.
  • Yasuo Shimura: Traditionaly painted Japanese Edo kites.
  • Yukio Akiyama: Modern creative kites.

 

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