Designed by British designer Max Puckridge
I have a 3-stack I keep in Michigan, recently flew them in Champaign, IL with the IKE crew.
I also got my first Trlbys in the early eighty's and would always recommend them to new fliers, not only were they nearly indestructible, they were fairly easy to fly, and inexpensive.
I have some that just wore out, but I kept them, I only have one rip-stop unfortunately.
I recently picked up eight from Seattle (thanks to Charly for the assist)
So I guess my total is around 14-15 that could fly with 2-3 for parts.
I have had a problem with the center T clip breaking, but a few wraps of line keeps it in place
104 Trlby's http://jaysworks.com/kites/record/
]Record [/url]Set by Bill Storey
Purchased some of Carol's
prints years ago (30 maybe)
thanks to JB for this link to KiteLife archives
for the following:
Trilby ad and review Kitelines v4-1 Summer Fall 1981 pg 15 & 16
Peter Powel and other early stunters reviewed Kitelines v1-2 Summer 1977
Rainbow stunt kite first ad Kitelines V2-2 Spring 1979
Skynasaur ad Kitelines v3-1 Winter 1979-1980 - review Kitelines v3-2 Spring Summer 1980
Anything else John?