Icaro’s new paraglider, the Maverick (LTF 2), has already found a new follower: Werner Schütz, winner of the German OLC 2007 Paragliding Open, will be flying the 2008 season aboard the new Maverick M.
Icaro say they are very happy and are sure that Werner will do well again in the OLC and, above all, that he will experience great flights with the Maverick.
Proud of their record for attention to detail, Icaro are fitting the Maverick, and other gliders, with line shackle inlays to stop the lines from moving about on the mini maillons: a small thing, but small things can add up to big things…
Marcus King test-flew Supair’s first sports class wing, the EN-C Taska, over ten hours in the southern French Alps, and concluded the company had made a wing to be proud of! He also met up with the design team and flew all of the major prototypes that led to the finished product – read about […]
Icaro’s Kiwi is a 15m² paraglider that’s made for groundhandling. It’s good for all conditions, the company say, and lthough it’s designed for ground-work, it is airworthy and in fact launches easily, whether in nil-wind or strong breezes up to 40km/h, responding well to rear-riser steering and correction. They say its uncomplicated design, few lines and […]