The Proper Paraglider Wing Fold – Motor Minute #10

Anytime us motor pilots need to pack our wing down small, a lot of us are dumbfound at how to get properly fold the wing.   Well, we’ve finally released the secret.   ParaPlanking!   Seriously though,  if you need to pack your paraglider down small, follow this technique.   This method keeps the glider in great shape and lets you ship your wing for less!

 


 
Our buddies at SuperFly usually have some great stories of motor pilot wing repairs,  it seems a lot of people literally just stuff the glider in a box and send it off!    We hope you find this video beneficial and that it helps you the next time you need to get your wing folded right.

This marks Motor Minute number 10, thank you everyone for the great feedback, we plan to keep pumping these out! If you have any ideas for the next Motor Minute, let us know in the comments below.

Knowing Your Airspace Is a Must – No Excuses

shane denherder team fly halo

When it comes to our sport,  we have some of the greatest freedoms of  any form of aviation.  However,there are certain things that we as ultralight pilots must be incredibly diligent about understanding and following – Airspace Rules.

In this ‘Motor Minute‘ Shane shows us an easy way to research airspace for any flying location as well as a very helpful FAA tool that will help in figuring out all of those pesky little icons.

 

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Here’s Your Motor Minute From Team Fly Halo

Check out the first video in our new series called ‘Motor Minute.’   We aim to make this sport safer and will continue to throw out helpful tips and tricks that will help fellow pilots.    Please subscribe to our youtube channel and like the video if you found it helpful!

 In this video, team pilot Byron Leisek shows us how to make a redundant system safer on the Parajet Volution paramotor.  This setup will work on many other weight shift style paramotors.

Happy New Year everyone!  See you in 2013.