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  1. Parajet Maverick Sport for sale Moster 185, with S/M Dudek Harness Well cared for 3yrs old machine with 160hrs running time (1st and only owner) 100hrs service done at Parajet. Starts and runs perfectly, new exhaust ring, and sparkplug. Sport version so comes with: Carbon cooling shroud, original carbon prop, and travel case. £3800 - PRICE REDUCED TO £3700..... PM me for more details or call on 07971 eight 3078 five....
  2. Some pics of the all new Parajet Maverick. @Steve the PMC editor will be writing it up along with some other news from the Parajet team soon. Until then, some nice pictures will have to do. The Full Parajet Maverick write up his here! JOIN FOR FREE IN SECONDS WITH YOUR FACEBOOK ACCOUNT https://www.paramotorclub.org/register/ We will have a Maverick to test fly at Membury very soon also. PM me for more info pre article SW
  3. Well, I have been trying to learn to fly paramotors now it seems for months but the UK weather has been so fickle. Often would just manage to get an hour or two in then days when there was no training due to the weather! Lots of hard work in the early days but soon under the guidance of Colin and Simon I was learning to to use technique rather the muscle power. Now at my age (soon to be 55) muscle power is not too bountiful, so technique it has to be. First two flights were on the school Zenith and Dudek Universal wing. The first takeoff was particularly hairy and I felt a huge relief as I was lifted airbourne by the wing. Takeoff number two was much better. Now I have my own motor and wing. (Parajet Maverick and Dudek Universal 28) Had my third flight today. Brilliant take off and got around 25 minutes airbourne flying around Membury. At one point I flew over then along the M4. It felt surreal looking down on the cars and lorries below, they looked like match box toys! I practiced a few approaches with Simon on the radio then he said "OK go around now and make an approach your on your own I am not going to talk to you anymore" Anyway the approach was good but Simon did not keep to his word. He piped up and said "don't forget to kill the motor":) So I put flight number 3 into the log book. Felt more connected to the wing this time too. Fantastic experience and training from both Simon and Colin. The training is ongoing ofcourse and I will often take advantage of listening to Colin or Si as they tutor a new pupil, I always remain silent but have picked up a few hints that fell through the memory net so to speak. Would have gone for flight number 4 but the wind was beginning to gust so I decided that I was good, my equipment was good why take any risk. Flight number 4 can happen on another day. There will always be another flyable day. Thanks Si and Colin for making this happen. Sandy
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