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Poland's the best again!

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

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For the fourth time in a row Polish team has won the gold medal in a major  paragliding competition. Winning the Team European Slalom Championship was underscored with individual successes too.

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Our wings in anti-poaching activity

Friday, 10 June 2016

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Eugene Cussons is a well-known environment activist, writer, the executive director and ambassador of the "Generation Now" movement, and our dealer in the RSA. We would like to show you the way he uses paragliders to fight poaching in the South African reserves.

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Down the Vistula river

Monday, 06 June 2016

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Vistula river is so much a Polish symbol, that at times it's easy to forget its very real beauty. All the more a moving experience, to discover it all again, to unhurriedly savour the views...

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Use the trimmers symmetrically!

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

trymery-kThe trimmers are one of the basic controls. Despite the fact that principles of their operation are broadly understood, we need to underline some basic safety rules.

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Do not try a spiral with released trimmers!

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

spirala-kFundamentally, executing any dynamic maneuvers creating high loads (spiral, dynamic wingover etc) with opened trimmers is dangerous!
Releasing the trimmers shifts the loading center of the canopy towards the leading edge.

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Adjusting the hangpoint system in a high-performance canopy!

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

podwieszenie-kExperience shows that high-performing canopies like Snake and Hadron are easier to steer with a „low" or "medium" hangpoint system.
"High" hangpoints, especially "soft" ones (i.e. not connected to the paramotor mainframe) can, due to their inertia, make the control of an agile canopy significantly harder, while possibility of a quick pilot reaction during dynamic sport flying is a must.

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Never exceed load limits!

Monday, 16 May 2016

snake-pararudniki-kExceeding the take-off weight limits as given in the technical data of the paraglider („Pilot take-off weight”) increases risk of an incident in case of pilot’s error. The smaller is the wing area as compared to take-off weight, the greater the risk – so among the most exposed will be racing paragliders like Snake XX and Hadron XX, as well as Snake and Hadron 1.1.

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First competition of the CODEN PRO

Tuesday, 10 May 2016

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You can't dream a better opening in the sports world than that! Lithuanian pilot Robertas Pesliakas just won the Stratus Cup competition, triumphing on his brand new and crispy Coden Pro 23.

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AFS-2 in Hadron XX - recommendation

Monday, 09 May 2016

h-xx-kAfter a thorough analysis of the whole situation concerning the AFS sytstem and its upgrade to AFS-2 version we announce that all pilots who have any doubts as to the system operation and/or wish to increase their safety margin against possible user mistakes when working the Hadron XX risers, are strongly recommended to execute aforementioned upgrade.

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Hadron XX's AFS - Safety Note!

Saturday, 30 April 2016

AFS-2-kHereby we urge all pilots flying the Hadron XX paragliders, equipped with Aerodynamical Flaps System, to upgrade that system to the current AFS-2 version.
The AFS was introduced as a means to reduce the take-off speed. In case of improper use of that system, accompanied with releasing the trimmer to obtain maximum speed, its operation becomes dangerous.

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