Greg Hamerton

  1. Unknown

    Unknown

    I wanted to test myself against the desert. To travel by paraglider over the harshest part of South Africa, solo, self-supported. To feel like a bird. To be free. But the desert is dry, and ancient … and it doesn’t care.

  2. Sailing in the Sky (X-LAKES 2019)

    Sailing in the Sky (X-LAKES 2019)

    The forecast was normal for the Lake District – in other words, dire warnings of rain and wind. But I’d arranged time off for the weekend and Team South partner Andy was up for a long drive, so we set off for The Flight Park in Keswick.

  3. Paragliding with a video camera (best gear)

    Paragliding with a video camera (best gear)

    Paragliding with a video camera can be challenging. How do you set it up for best results? What kind of camera should you use? Chase cam, 360 video or traditional GoPro helmet cam footage? I explore the options and best ways to paraglide with a video camera to get epic aerial filming and action sports videos that you'll be proud to show off.

  4. The Flybubble CONCEPT (Reversible limpid aerofoil)

    The Flybubble CONCEPT (Reversible limpid aerofoil)

    Flybubble's Greg Hamerton attempts an early season 50 km triangle from a small hill in the UK and gives insights into his thinking and tactics and inspires us with trying new things.

    RASP¹ predicted light winds of steady direction, cumulus clouds with reasonable height (3,500-4,000 ft), 2m/s thermals and no inversions.

  5. Flybubble's Greg Hamerton attempts an early season 50 km triangle from a small hill in the UK and gives insights into his thinking and tactics and inspires us with trying new things.

    RASP¹ predicted light winds of steady direction, cumulus clouds with reasonable height (3,500-4,000 ft), 2m/s thermals and no inversions.

  6. Bornes To Fly 2016 tactical review

    Bornes To Fly 2016 tactical review

    A tactical review from the midfield by Greg Hamerton: I don't like jogging. My normal day involves 10 hours or so of sitting at a PC, interrupted by exciting moments of coffee and chocolate. Occasionally, if the weather's good, I'll go flying instead. So to even consider something like the Bornes To Fly, I knew I needed some body-conditioning. Then there was the unavoidable fact that my name appears on the XPYR entry list for July, along with Maurer, Durogati and Coconea.

  7. Flybubble's Greg Hamerton attempts an early season 50 km triangle from a small hill in the UK and gives insights into his thinking and tactics and inspires us with trying new things.

    RASP¹ predicted light winds of steady direction, cumulus clouds with reasonable height (3,500-4,000 ft), 2m/s thermals and no inversions.

  8. Flybubble's Greg Hamerton attempts an early season 50 km triangle from a small hill in the UK and gives insights into his thinking and tactics and inspires us with trying new things.

    RASP¹ predicted light winds of steady direction, cumulus clouds with reasonable height (3,500-4,000 ft), 2m/s thermals and no inversions.

  9. XPYRIENCE Gear review & Bonus Video

    XPYRIENCE Gear review & Bonus Video

    Flybubble's Greg Hamerton attempts an early season 50 km triangle from a small hill in the UK and gives insights into his thinking and tactics and inspires us with trying new things.

    RASP¹ predicted light winds of steady direction, cumulus clouds with reasonable height (3,500-4,000 ft), 2m/s thermals and no inversions.

  10. XPYRIENCE: A volbiv adventure

    XPYRIENCE: A volbiv adventure

    What's it like taking on the mountains with nothing but an aircraft that runs on air? Greg Hamerton attempts a solo traverse of the Pyrenees via paraglider and discovers the magnitude and magic of a road less travelled.

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