F-ONE’s third generation of ram-air kite, the DIABLO v3 is the result of an always evolving design work. This new version combines the ease of use that made the v1 so successful with the performances needed to challenge for a world champion title. The DIABLO v3 had a great start: 1st time on the water […]
The DIABLO v1 burst onto the scene last year, winning top races all year long and praise from everyone who flew it. For 2017, the DIABLO V2. goes even further, it is now the ultimate racing weapon. Check out the designer(s) story on the Diablo, what is new for the V2 and some first impressions […]
Riley Gibbs, the youngest member of our national team, took first place during the Fall Foil Regatta and left nothing to its concurrents with 8 bullets on 9 races ! Overall, it was a great showing for the F-One Team Riders with Zach Marks second and Jon Modica third, all of them riding the new DIABLO V2 in various conditions. Elite Watersports’s owner Aaron McClearnon finished I asked Riley to send back his impressions of the week end:
The first time you use a RAM Air Kite, the DIABLO in our case, it can be pretty intimidating, with all those bridles everywhere, 4 full lines total A + B + C + Brakes (D), the speed system, etc… Here is a clear schema of the whole setup, how it works and what to do if the Diablo does not fly properly because one line has stretched too much.
Team rider Joey Pasquali is currently leading the rankings on the Diablo Kite and F-ONE Foil board in the San Francisco Thursday Night Race series. Joey also placed 4th in the 2015 Kitefoil Goldcup! Read more about the 2016 F-ONE DIABLO !