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  1. neilzy will you be wearing your posh boots.
  2. its a lot of sleeps ,a lot ,but what a brilliant thing to look forward to.
  3. Hi Andy, Alan is perfectly correct iam very interested in this fantastic trip sound like a lot of fun,and a lot of flying.let me in on any new updates..
  4. Good morning Tony's,will be down at Davidstow air field for about 10.45 today.  Many thanks geoff Walton. 

  5. Well that's a simple question to answer ,if a manufacturer inadvertently or by design find they have made a wing better in very different ways sometimes they put that into there next wing, and Iam almost certain they are constantly looking at what other manufacturers are up to . Copying most certainly. they have come on a long way ,but there are limits , safety is most important, or should be. just met thoughts
  6. Hi asquaddie all sorted I am now a full member of Davidstow flying club, and will see you down at the field next week, will give you time and date later this week,. Ps Alank is also going to join the club ,and will be coming down next week,thank you for all your help and will see you very soon. Geoffw.     Geoff Walton.

    1. asquaddie

      asquaddie

      All good news then, see you when i see you :-)

      Tony

  7. I have a nitro 200 and I love it,one of the most important thing to me was the fact it's so light.starting is easy lots of power , as for vibration never really thought about it, or noticed it that much.but then I haven't flown all the different paramotor out there.one thing I do know it's a great paramotor, and like I said earlier it's so light, just brilliant ..beat that. Just my view..
  8. Just about to become a member of the club myself, remote bring it on, wild camping bring it on. Just what we all need .lets get flyin!!!!!!!
  9. Hi asquaddie I love flying down in Cornwall,and would be to fly from Davidstow, how do I become a member, and can I stay there over night in my camper van looks an amazing place to fly .many thanks geoffw.

    1. asquaddie

      asquaddie

      Hi Geoff

      You have two choices.  £5 Per day (flying only) or £40 to become a member, for this you can fly mostly 365 days a year and you can stay overnight (wild camping). Also being a member you get any fly-ins for free.

      Please note there is no water or electric, only a toilet in the club house.

      Email John at info@DavidstowFlyingClub.org, mention you have spoken to me.

      He will email some forms.  Read and sign, pay your £40 and you're a member.

      I should meet you the first time you arrive, after that, the place is yours.

      Tony

      WIP Website:    DavidstowFlyingClub.org

       

    2. geoffw

      geoffw

      Many thanks will do .geoffw.

  10. I must say I have seen Alan's sculpture not boasting, and I Am amazed at what some pilots will do to get at least a part of there paramotor into the lounge. Ps it's always a talking point and yes there rather expensive, but nice ..
  11. Power Lord well done mate that looks brilliant not over the top very professional,ITake it your a Scott got the flag in there very nice job ..
  12. Sky school are brilliant there training in first class, brilliant..
  13. Great to see all the paramotoring .org "die hards " at the seven bore , brilliant days flyin on Friday I think everyone made the most of it pilots where landing refuelling and taking off again, It just goes to show how much this means to the club members,we new that Friday was possibly the only day for flying , I only had a travel time of about one hour, and other pilots had traveling times of over three hours,and still made the trip, just shows how much we love paramotoring ,Saturday mornings was still in the flight window for some pilots and they were up again, mid Saturday and it star
  14. Had my training with sky school over ten years ago ,one week in mere and one week in Spain, weather was brilliant in mere and in Spain and a great deal of time in the class room so much so I thought why are we not out in the field flying when the sun is shining, but as mentioned above its all about making the right decisions to keep yourself safe, yes you need the skills to fly. But knowing what to do and when to do it is far more important ,clippings in and checking your kit ,and that is first learnt in the class room ,when to fly and when to stay on the ground.70 percent is ground school,
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