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A Paragliding video

This video covers the latest and greatest moments of adventure in the air of the last four years dedicated to fly in different places such as Italy, Ireland, Brazil, France, Chile … always looking for the best and most pleasant places for the flight.

Equipment used to capture the images:
Cannon 600D / Gopro / Slider / small crane

Software editions:
Cinema 4D / Adobe After effects CS5.5 / Premiere Pro CS6 / CS5.1 Photoshop / Illustrator CS5.1 / Ultra video spliter.

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New PG Race Harness- Prototype

We are pretty excited to be working on a project for a race harness at the moment.

We are aiming at having a lightweight, responsive and comfortable harness that is as fast as the wing that you fly.

There are some innovative ideas we are building into the the harness that have come across from our skydiving experience and think that we are able to improve on both performance and safety.

Stay in touch to see the evolution of the harness. 🙂

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Tuesday Tip – Chrigel, how do you core thermals, any tips?

Chrigel being interviewed at the end of the 2013 Red Bull X-Alps

Tuesday Tip – Chrigel, how do you core thermals, any tips?.

This week’s Tuesday Tip is from Chrigel Maurer, winner of the 2013 Red Bull X-Alps, and is from an interview featured in the current issue of Cross Country Magazine

Chrigel, how do you core thermals, any tips?
I generally always fly at speed when on an XC or competition flight until I’m climbing again in lift.

I begin my turn in a thermal when the lift is constant and I feel I’m climbing as efficiently as possible.

I then adjust my turn radius with asymmetric circles until I’ve found the core. Then I tighten my turns.

Thermals are alive, so you have to constantly readjust your turns to climb as efficiently as possible.

If other pilots are flying close by then I observe them to see if there’s any better lift or if there’s sink I should be avoiding.

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