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  1. Hi Kieron and welcome to the Paramotor Club. As an instructor I would have to suggest that you would be 100% better off waiting until you had at least been shown properly how to ground handle the wing. Any bad habits you develop while 'sussing it out yourself' will then have to be undone by your instructor and will most likely end up taking more time overall. My advice, at least one lesson, then home practice SW
  2. And the weather of course, It's fairly common for people to spend a week overseas and only get a day or two done because it's not suitable weather. (Meaning another week off work if you want to go back) SW
  3. I would have thought Airways was your best bet? Welcome to the Paramotor Club! SW
  4. Your better off posting a message on the main forum for a response to this mate https://www.paramotorclub.org/forum/1-general-paramotor-discussion/ See you soon! SW
  5. Hi Lee, and welcome to the Paramotor Club Although you don't 'need' to buy any books before training it is of course a good idea For training, these guys will most likely be your best bet: http://www.yorkshireparamotors.co.uk/index.html https://www.airways-airsports.com/ Some books and great DVD's https://www.paramotorclub.org/store/category/5-books-and-dvds/ SW
  6. If you are in Dorset, it would not be the end of the world for you to travel up to this neck of the woods Our resident tandem pilot and instructor is Ben Raven who I am sure will be in touch. Welcome to the Paramotor Club! SW
  7. The Solo has 'for want of a better word' an extended range for more experienced pilots. SW
  8. Hi and welcome to the Paramotor Club. The two places to check out are: The Loft, http://theloftworkshop.co.uk/ or Aerofix https://aerofix.com/ Both will be able to help you SW
  9. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/124456969654 Welcome to the Paramotor Club! SW
  10. Hi John, no problem at all!! Always good to do your research. You have my number, so any other questions... please do get in touch. SW
  11. These parts are rarer than rocking horse poo in the UK. Even 5 years ago finding parts was a tricky business. It's always worth contacting Parajet in case they have something laying about but I very much doubt it. I will keep half an eye out for anything V1 related and wish you luck in your hunting. Welcome to the Paramotor Club! SW
  12. Hi Vik, welcome to the Paramotor Club I left it a while in the hope that someone local to you would reply, we teach loads of people from London and surrounding area so I know they exist!! They are clearly too busy eating Jellied Eels lol If you check out this link: https://www.paramotorclub.org/communitymap/ you will be able to locate them and send them a message (you need to be logged in for the above link to work) Again, welcome! SW
  13. I suspect he is a 'known person' to the CAA complaints department. They do have such a list you know! lol SW
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