Okay, this is one sick trick. You're an undoubtedly good rider if you're nailing these. It's great for the crowds too as they see an epic Wakestyle rotation as well as a Kiteloop.
You should be going for these once you've got the BJ3 and L1 mastered. Oh, and big kiteloops. You've gotta be super comfortable with handle passes to be attempting these. We reckon you need strength to be able to bring that bar close enough to get the slack for a pass. So get to the gym!
Go downwind and unhook, holding only onto one side of the bar in the fishpole position.
Engage your edge and throw yourself into a Raley once the kite the kite begins the loop. Watch the videos closely so you have a good idea of how to nail the timing.
At the apex of your Raley, when you get some slack, pull the bar into your back hip. You'll need to pull that bar really hard to be getting enough slack for the rotation.
Look over your front shoulder and let your legs come round with you. Bend your knees to speed up the rotation.
Make the full 360 rotation, and pass the bar into the other hand. You should be doing this whilst spotting your landing so that you are coming onto the water on balance.
Absorb your landing by bending your knees, use the bar to help your balance.
Do epic bar spin and ride away.