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  1. Can everyone keep an eye out for a wing that 'dissapeared' from the British Open this weekend in Hull. It belongs to the current World Champion Pascal Vallee. It is a prototype Adventure Flex Race size 20m, colour mainly white with a light green squiggle on the top. It also has the French registration 78ALA on the underside in large black letters. The risers are also modified with extra steering. Not only is this a saddening thing that someone could take from 'one of our own' but due to the type of wing it could be very dangerous in the wrong hands. If anyone has any info or see's it advertised anywhere please let me know directly. my contact is pjenni12 at g m a i l.com
  2. Anyone still following this thread should go and read Francis comment on the main paramotor forum as it explains quite clearly why we have to make this event solely for BHPA members and also the reasoning behind the no spectators rule. Anyone that thinks they can just host this type of event themselves your very wrong. http://www.paramotorforum.co.uk/viewtop ... 9&start=20 Post is the 8.47 am one.
  3. Morgy is on a Slalom 19, I'm on a GTR 18 and Ric is on a GTR 24
  4. Yes it was strange last night. I was doing some training in the field and suddenly it went from nil wind to gusty and strong. I landed straight away and packed up.
  5. Not used one myself but these are very popular with some of the top French comp pilots so I presume are well made quality props.
  6. Jock, thats not the French Open that is the results from just 2 tasks of Salomania a totally separate competition held after the Open. The open results are here https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B58Ryxup8O0nb1diLTVLOHFubFU/image?pagenumber=19&w=800 And the final results from Slalomania are here https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B58Ryxup8O0nV0FDNURtNjV2WGM/image?pagenumber=1&w=800 If you wish to read more info on the tasks you can find my blog on it here http://www.parajet.com/team/blog-entry/great_result_in_french_nationals/ Regarding kit choice. Alex won on a MacFly Polini 200 and 18 Ozone Viper Proto David was on a Adventure X Race and modified Hadron 24 Michel was on a Nirvana NS200 and Nucleon WRC 31 Julien was on Miniplane Top 80 Powerplay Scorpio I was on Zenith Top 80 and Hadron 20
  7. Its actually a Macfly. http://annecyparamoteur.com/crbst_19.html They are made by Jean Mateos, the father of Alex Mateus in France. Its a kinda Miniplane copy but in Titanium, very light and strong.
  8. Yes I can recommend the Climatic range as I have been using them for over a year. They provide excellent grip and feel but to do this need to be quite thin. Therefore I only use mine in the warmer months and rely on my Gin winter gloves for when it gets really cold. And yes I am currently sponsored by MacWet but this is my honest opinion
  9. Even though the video doesn't show it, the weather wasn't brilliant in France when we shot this. We had 3 rained off days and loads of wind so it wasn't perfect.
  10. A brilliant (long) video shot at this years World Paramotor Championship in Marugan Spain. [youtubevideo] [/youtubevideo]
  11. Just back from limping around this years Coupe Icare and thought i'd let you all in to a little secret. All I can say is keep an eye on this guys YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/devinsupertramp If your not aware of Devin then check out his other videos. He's one of the top 30 most watched channels on YouTube, and nearly all his videos go viral. He will be posting something in the next week.... Phil
  12. Finally found the time to sit down and edit the footage from the last 12 months. From fun flying to comp training I've had a blast. Enjoy. [youtubevideo] [/youtubevideo]
  13. Nice video Tom, but best of all you've just found me my next music obsession....Blackmill what an amazing artist. Phil
  14. No wonder you feel like the Nuc will glide forever its 4 sizes larger than the Rev. The Rev2 23 is 70-100kg pilot weight vs a Nuc 31 120-145kg. Have you really put on that much weight or were you just flying the Rev over the weight range?
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