Gin EXPLORER (Paraglider Review)

The Gin EXPLORER is “a lightweight sports performance wing aimed at seasoned XC pilots who want to fly a wing that’s comfortable, responsive and performant.” Nancy Elliott shares her first impressions based on her experience on the wing in UK spring conditions.

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Wingtips: Clouds that suck

Small cumulus clouds can indicate lift, but large ones can suck you up and spit you out as an iceblock. How can you tell which ones are safe? ‘Wider than it is tall’ is a good rule of thumb. Look at the top: if it’s crisp and towering, stay away. Look at the shadow: if it’s bigger than you’d expect, the cloud has hidden vertical development.

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Freeflight: Transform your life

The places you see, the journeys you take, the friends you make, the way you’ll be: flying transforms your life. Tenerife is a popular winter escape for European pilots, offering thermic flying and scenic exploration.

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Freeflight: Levitate!

Flying can be a brief escape from a busy life crammed with other responsibilities. Finding the time to fly is part of the challenge, but you’ll be richly rewarded. Don’t wait, levitate!

Ozone FREERIDE (Paramotor Wing)

The Ozone FREERIDE is a fun and efficient high performance paramotor wing offering efficiency, precision, maneuverability, speed, stability, comfort, and maximum fun! It is designed for experienced and advanced PPG pilots who are seeking a competition wing with more dynamic characteristics than the Speedster 2, whilst being less demanding and more accessible than the Viper 4. 

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Skywalk CHILI4 (Paraglider Review)

The Flybubble crew have now flown Skywalk's new high-end EN B wing, the CHILI4, a good amount in a variety of conditions. Carlo was charged with getting to know the CHILI4 intimately and then publish his findings. After numerous flights, lots of ground handling, and much poking and prodding, here they are.

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Freeflight: Defining view

Let the view define you. It’s easy to become too concerned with details and forget that when flying, you are in the presence of an amazing view … and that you’re part of it.