Team SUI 1 wins again – in their second time at the Red Bull X-Alps Chrigel Maurer and Thomas Theurillat win for the second time in a row. This time Chrigel landed on the raft in superior style.Read more
We are pleased to announce that Adrian Thomas, British Champion in 2006 and 2009, has joined the GIN Team.Read more
The Sigma 8 is supposed to be “a top-performance intermediate with a high fun-factor ... with sportiness and dynamic handling paired with performance”. In other words it’s intended for the majority of the kind of pilots that leave the hill and go exploring. We’ve been around a few years and we’ve seen the marketing hype before. We probably aren’t going to buy a wing without being outflown by it first, so it has to really deliver on its promises and be a pleasure to fly...Read more
Today 30 adventure athletes set out from Salzburg on the race of their lives: the Red Bull X-Alps. At 11:30 they burst out of Mozartplatz in the city’s centre. Their ultimate goal is Monaco, 864 km away, but ahead of them they face Europe’s harshest mountain terrain and extreme alpine weather conditions...Read more
For all paraglider pilots wanting to hone their thermalling and cross country flying skills, and get lots of AIRTIME! Learn our XC SECRETS...
Portugal offers fantastic flying with great potential from numerous flying sites in the Serra da Estrela mountain range covering different wind directions. Conditions are often smooth and predictable with a high cloudbase and big XC possibilities into Spain...
See photos from our paragliding trip to Portugal in 2010.
Trip Dates: Saturday 2nd July to Sunday 10th July 2011
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Gin Gliders have released a whole new range of Gin Gliders accessories and FLY GIN clothing, some of which are listed below. See our online shop to find the full range of Gin Gliders accessories and FLY GIN clothing!Read more
22.07.11 | Chrigel dominates the X-Alps with a big lead, and has reached Switzerland. The 3S strategy is working well! Hugh Miller wonders about Chrigel’s glider.Read more