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Master Powered Paragliding 2: Advanced Launching

A comprehensive toolkit for mastery of Paramotor flight | Series Details

Part 2 of 4 in the Master Powered Paragliding Series, where you'll go way beyond the basics of launching a paramotor.

This is the most thorough training tool for advanced paramotor launching ever compiled. Using a combination of live action and animation, it is a comprehensive tutorial to help pilots, who have already learned the basics, launch like their life depends on it. It shows various techniques to improve success is many different situations.

92 minutes of live action with graphics and animation to clear up some surprisingly prevalent misunderstandings. Packed exposés on launching in no wind, high wind, confined areas, roads, crosswinds, finesse in all situations, high level launching around obstructions, wheels, tandems, how to configure your machine and much more. 

These tips will help you nail a launch when it just has to work!

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Master PPG Series Trailer

Video 2: Advanced Launching

Lets face it, launching a paramotor, especially on foot, is difficult. Even if you succeed nearly every time, it's still a challenging task. Experienced pilots may make it look easy but the reality is that every launch is barely successful. There are lots of finer points that can help with success.

Production notes and follow the "Making Of" log for Master PPG 2

Among the many topics covered are: launching in crosswinds, launching in strong winds, launching with low attachments, high attachments, on roads, in confined areas, launching into foot drags, recovering from crooked inflations and much more. Then there's a thorough treatment of launching with wheels. From recovering wing gyrations to reverse launching. Learn to taxi/takeoff in a crosswind or to taxi in a 360. This is, after all, advanced techniques.

 

 

Master PPG 2,
92 minutes

DVD Reg $35, Sale $30

DVD: NTSC Widescreen.
Slimline Case.

$30

Here is the entire Master PPG Series for $100


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