With so many different connectors to attach your wing, reserve or speed system, it's important to choose the right one for both your particular flying and the usage. In this series of articles we'll examine connection methods, talk about their advantages and disadvantages, and help you choose the right connectors.Read more
When choosing a connector for the speed system to the wing via the harness, you’ll need to think about convenience, simplicity and security.Read more
Connectors in this category come with a specific set of uses, which must be adhered to. For example, don't use karabiners designed for solo paraglider use for tandem paraglider use, like connecting the tandem wing risers to the spreaders.Read more
Have you ever wondered why people fly? Since the dawn of time mankind must have looked up at the sky and wanted to emulate the birds that move so freely above us.
We are a fortunate generation. For us free flight has become a reality. Thanks to the generations before us the kit is safe and accessible, there are established flying schools and flying sites.
Free flight in all its disciplines is more accessible than it has ever been.
Our new Flybubble film celebrates the joy of free flight and the wisdom of British Philosopher Alan Watts.Read more
Guidelines on reserve parachute care and repacking.Read more
The emergency reserve parachute system may be connected to the harness, the main harness/wing connectors—usually involving a reserve outer container—or the tandem spreaders, depending on the particular whole equipment setup. To help correctly connect the reserve parachute, this article outlines the main considerations for this, and gives a 'connectors shopping list' to help you ensure you have everything you need.Read more
Round, square, hybrid, rogallo? There are many differences between modern reserve parachutes and buying one can be a complicated decision. A reserve can seem like an unnecessary cost, something you could do without or don't need to pay much attention to. But it's a cornerstone of reducing risk, and it's really important to get the choice right.Read more
The Nepal Traverse is the first solo paraglider 'vol bivouac' (fly-camping) attempt of the entire length of the Nepali Himalayas.Read more
We're excited to present our new Flybubble mini series, Walk Climb Fly, mini adventure vlogs (video blogs) with guest filmmaker, mountaineer and paraglider pilot, Rob Johnson of Filmuphigh.Read more