Stephen stopped by the airfield to see how we do things at Madcity Paragliding. I think he approves!
This weekend Allen spent a couple hours hanging in the simulator. Matt's new Ozone finally arrived after 40+ days of waiting. There is a bit of a rush on orders in the spring as lots of people want to get a new wing for the season. Steve also spent a couple hours in the simulator and then the wind finally settled down at sunset in time for a bit of kiting.
Wednesday Steve started his journey to the sky by cruising around the airport in the trike. Followed up with a bunch of kite training. This is going to be fun!!
Finally had time to unbox the new custom colored Ozone MagMax. Thanks Chad! I'll never get it packed that well again.
Steve from Parajet stopped by last night to show off the new Maverick Paramotor. It is one impressive machine. It even come with it's own travel case, very cool! Sets up and breaks down in just minute and will fit in the back seat of your car! Hmm...my next paramotor?
Allen and Matt made several runs down the sledding hill practicing their gliding and landing skills. When Paul landed from his graduation flight two local police officers were waiting for him. No he didn't get in trouble, they thought it was very cool and wanted to learn more. Both officers added PPG to their bucket lists that night.
Michael and Dan along with Allen and Taylor (that I failed to photograph) started their journey to the sky Wednesday night. All four of them did great and show much potential. I look forward to seeing them all pilot their own crafts soon.
My good friend Mike stopped by the field and tried his hand at taxiing my trike around the airport. That scored a big thumbs up from the potential future pilot ;-)
Paul and Keith fly off into the sunset after a long evening of training. Fortunately I was able to join them right after taking this shot ;-)
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