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Narrow Axle Kite Buggy

NEW GZ Wheels shown on our TrikeBuggy


Azusalite Wheels & Narrow Axle


Wheel Style Upgrades:
TriStar Wheels: $123
Gravity Zero Wheels: $273

Wheel Comparison

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Stainless Steel Kite Buggy
Narrow "Slider" Axle

This Stainless Steel Kite Buggy has been designed exclusively for TrikeBuggy, Inc.

The frame is made from high-grade stainless steel for durability and strength, and has been designed to withstand virtually all conditions. The wrap around seat keeps tight to your body as you turn and twist giving comfortable back support.

Curved foot pegs give you greater steering control and keep your feet firmly in position.

This New Buggy has "Slider" rear axles for easy transport!

Available in three Wheel configurations, the buggy is the same otherwise (standard wheels are Azusalite). See a Comparison of the wheels HERE.

Watch some Videos of Kiting and Buggying!


Wheel Comparison

Wide Axle Kite Buggy

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Narrow Gravity Zero Wheels

Azusalite Wheels & Wide Axle


Wheel Style Upgrades:
TriStar Wheels: $123
Gravity Zero Wheels: $273

Wheel Comparison

To upgrade, simply send us a proposal request by email.

Stainless Steel Kite Buggy
Wide "Slider" Axle

Same buggy as above, except with a longer and wider "Slider" rear axle.

The Wide Axle Stainless Steel Kite Buggy has more lateral stability.

Available in three Wheel configurations, the buggy is the same otherwise (standard wheels are Azusalite). See a Comparison of the wheels HERE.

This New Buggy has "Slider" rear axles for easy transport! Slide them in to less than 3 feet or simply remove them!

Length is 73" (tip to tip on tires) and 63" wide when Sliders are out.

New "Slider" Axle

Wheel Comparison

Kite Buggying is an exciting sport which does require kite flying experience and proper safety precautions.

Kite Buggying

Whether on grass, sand or dry lake bed, Kite Buggying is an exciting wind sport in its own right. Sitting inches from the ground on the Stainless Steel Buggy, you are propelled by highly maneuverable 4 line kites. Adjusting the kite for optimum efficiency with your hands and steering the Buggy with your feet.

Flying lines are usually 75 feet long and with a little practice you're able to cruise around and get back to where you began. As with all sports activities, it is important to seek professional advice before starting.

You can Kite Buggy on any flat open space with constant 'clean' wind. Trees, buildings and people are to be avoided. Hard packed sand, (hard enough to bycicle on) or a grassy sports field, (with permission) are best to get started on.

Learn to fly your kite well, before getting into the buggy. Start with a small kite. As basic guidelines; In the early stages, position the kite overhead, were the pull is minimized and then get into the buggy. Point the buggy about 70 degrees off downwind and steer the kite gradually into the power zone on your downwind side until you begin to move forward.

The leading edge of the kite generally points in the direction of travel, not straight up. Do not allow the kite to get too far into the power zone as the pull may become excessive. If you steer the buggy too far downwind you will initially accelerate, but the flying lines will slacken as you catch up to the kite.

Steering the buggy too far upwind will cause forward motion to stop and if the kite is low and downwind, you will be dragged sideways. To slow down, steer the buggy upwind and fly the kite high and out of the power zone.

180 degree turns should be quite tight with the buggy, so as not to travel too far downwind and catch up to the kite. Gradually slow down, bring the kite to a high position and turn it, then turn the buggy towards downwind, trying to maintain tension in the flying lines.

Once you've mastered the basics, try a dry lakebed for some of the best kite buggying around! Watch some Videos of Kiting and Buggying!

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DISCLAIMER: Please read and be sure you thoroughly understand this disclaimer before flying a TrikeBuggy. Trike flying is an extremely demanding sport requiring exceptional levels of attention, judgment, maturity and self discipline. It is unlikely that you will be able to participate in it safely unless you make a conscious and continual commitment to your own safety. PPG and Hang Glider Trike flying is a dangerous sport and may result in injury and death even when practiced by a competent pilot using proper equipment. TrikeBuggies are not covered by product liability insurance, nor have they been designed, manufactured or tested to any federal or state government airworthiness standards or regulations. Do not fly them unless you are willing to assume personally all risks in the sport of Trike flying, and all responsibility for any property damage, injury, or death which may result from your use of this TrikeBuggy. Safe operation of the TrikeBuggy requires a pilot proficiency equivalent to that of a BFI (Basic Flight Instructor), as well as an equivalent level of knowledge and understanding of those wind and weather conditions which may compromise the pilot's safe control of the TrikeBuggy. In particular, be advised that gusty winds or turbulent conditions may interfere with even an expert pilot's ability to safely control the TrikeBuggy, and may cause it to crash. Never take anything for granted in Trike Flying. If you are in doubt about anything, stop and figure it out or contact TrikeBuggy. Also please read our Warning and Caution!

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