NEUE PRODUKTE BEI OZONE FÜR 2018

Jedes Jahr etwa um diese Zeit, kündigen wir Produkte an, die bald auf dem Markt erscheinen werden. Die folgenden Produkte können in den kommenden Wochen / Monaten bestellt werden. Und ihr dürft euch auf weitere Infos dazu freuen

ALPINA 3
ALPINA 3: LEICHTER SPORT LEISTUNGS-GLEITSCHIRM

1 kg leichter als der Delta 3
Die gleiche moderate Streckung
Höhere Spitzengeschwindigkeit als der Alpina 2
Stark optimierte Leichtgewichts-Konstruktion. Trotz 4 weiteren Zellen ist er immer noch leichter als der Alpina 2.
Mehr Trimm und beschleunigte Gleitleistung
Verbessertes Handling und mehr Präzision in den Kurven
Geringes Packvolumen. Perfekt für Hike & Fly XC Abenteuer
Doppelte 3D Gestaltung, patentierte OZONE SharkNose und weitere Verringerung des Leinenwiderstands verglichen mit dem Alpina 2.
RUSH 5
RUSH5: DER NEUE SPORT INTERMEDIATE GLEITSCHIRM

Von Zeno und Delta 3 übernommene Technologie
Ein agiler, angenehmer XC Flügel für Intermediate Piloten, der Spaß macht
Optimierte Struktur für komfortable Solidität in aktiver Luft
Mehr Gleitleistung über den gesamten Geschwindigkeitsbereich hinweg
Mehr Agilität und Präzision in den Kurven
3D Formgebung der neuen Generation, patentierte OZONE SharkNose und weitere Verringerung des Leinenwiderstands verglichen mit dem Rush 4
WISP
WISP: DER LEICHTESTE TANDEM DER WELT * FÜR HIKE & FLY

In der Größe 38m ist er 4,45 kg leicht: 3500 Gramm leichter als der Magnum 2 38!
EN B Zulassung
Einfache Start- und Landeeigenschaften
Sehr kompaktes und agiles Handling
Geringes Packvolumen: wie ein Solo Schirm
Hike & Fly Tandem – teile deine Freude am Bergfliegen mit deinen Liebsten!
Ein Tandemschirm in voller Größe – die Gewichtseinsparung ist ein Resultat des optimierten Designs, nicht von verringerter Oberfläche.
*im September 2017 uns das leichteste bekannte duale Oberflächendesign
MAGNUM 3
MAGNUM 3: DER TANDEM FÜR PROFIS

Er bietet die perfekte Balance aus Komfort für den Passagiert und Vergnügen für den Piloten.
Neues Profil und neue Innenstruktur filtern unnötiges Feedback vom Segel, und ermöglichen so einen angenehmeren Flug mit glücklichen Passagieren.
Leichteres Handling, das präziser ist. Mit mehr Agilität für mehr Pilotenspaß.
Einfache Start- und Landecharakteristik: leichtes Füllen und frühes Abheben.
Der Flug bei geringer Geschwindigkeit und die Flare Kontrolle sind noch besser, um sogar bei Nullwind ein einfaches Landen zu ermöglichen.
Ein profitables Arbeitstier, auf das man sich verlassen kann. Die gewählten Materialien und verwendeten Konstruktionstechniken wurden so eingesetzt, dass sie viele Flüge mitmachen.
Freie Farbwahl für die individuelle, persönliche Note.
SESSION
SESSION: DER WELTMEISTER AKRO FLÜGEL

Die Wahl von Victor “Bicho” Carrera, 2017 Synchron-Weltmeister und Solo-Vize-Weltmeister.
Durchwegs verbessertes Design – basierend auf den Feedbacks von Felix Rodriguez, Pal Takats, Hernan Pitocco und Victor Carrera.
Ersetzt die Trickster Serie.
TriOX
TRIOX: FÜR ALLE TRIKES, VON LEICHT BIS SCHWER

Spezielles Trike Design in zwei Größen: 34m und 38m
Gewichtsbereich bis zu 411 kg
Bauartgenehmigung DGAC
Spriteffizient und hohe Spitzengeschwindigkeit im beschleunigten Flug
OZONE Reflex Profil
Einfaches Starten, schnelles Abheben
Designt für alle Trike Piloten
Rapi-Dos
RAPI-DOS: NOCH SCHNELLER, MEHR RANGE – SPEED WING

Neues Profil
Neues Trimm System
Weniger Leinenwiderstand
Gleiche Starteigenschaften
Spitze in seiner Klasse: Landeleistung im Sturzflug
Steilere Gleit-Range und höhere Trimm Geschwindigkeit bei allen Anstellwinkeln für ein erstaunliches Upgrade zu einem Flügel, der Maßstäbe setzt.
HALO
HALO: EIN SOLIDER START – SCHUL-GURTZEUG

Ersetzt die Oxygen 2 Serie
Langlebiges, elegantes Design
Einfach und leicht anzupassen
In der Luft ist es sehr einfach, in die sitzende Position zu kommen.
17 cm Sicherheitsschaum
Sehr verlässliches Kleeblatt-Retter System
Alles was ein Schüler braucht, nichts was er nicht braucht
Erschwinglich für Fluglehrer, komfortabel für Schüler
QUEST
QUEST: DEIN ABENTEUER BEGINNT – INTERMEDIATE GURTZEUG

Aerodynamisches, klares und glattes Design mit modernen Features
In der Luft ist es sehr einfach, in die Sitzposition zu kommen.
Komfortables, agiles Gefühl mit einer guten Balance zwischen der Kontrolle von Gewichtsverlagerung und Stabilität in turbulenter Luft.
Zuverlässiges Rettungssystem unter der Sitzfläche
Ideal für Intermediate Piloten, die sich Komfort und Schlichtheit für alle Arten von Flügen wünschen.
Leichtgewichtiges Design
17 cm Sicherheitsschaum
Quelle. Flyozone

Sailing and Paragliding Expedition in Croatia :-)

Sailing and Paragliding Expedition
Adriatic sea, Croatia

Connecting the best way of travelling – Sailing – with the best reason for travelling – Paragliding – into one epic journey through the Adriatic Sea. Discovering new flying sites while getting there after a night at sea, a true adventure where everyone forms a part of it.
Paragliding conditions
Intermediate, Advanced
Flying Style: Cross Country, Soaring, Acro, Hike & Fly
Terrain: Mountains, Beach
Spot guidance
Along the route there are plenty of oficial take offs that we will visit. As on our past expeditions we will search some new magic spots where nobody ever flew before. Its a blend of coastal soaring sites on the islands and more xc suitable areas on the mainland like the coast of Montenegro. Whatever is your skill level, the good groundhandling is highly recomended. Many launches are rocky, not well prepared, a robust wing is preferable. Go light as we do good amount of hiking. Every pilot should have 2m radio and a celphone for comunication.

Trip characteristics
Accommodation: Boat
Suitable for: Solo traveler, Group, Non-pilot
German English Spanish Polish Portuguese
Ambience: Wilderness, Relaxed
Experience Type: Collective
Up to 8 guests
The Destination

The 2017 route will take us from the greek islands (Lefkas, Corfu) all the way along the Albanian and Montenegro’s coast to Croatia and back. Based on our previous expeditions, this area offers one of the best flying conditions in the Mediterranean. From spectacular coastal flights on Lefkada, xc along the entire country of Montenegro, to discovering virgin sites on picturesque islands of Croatia. Crystal clear water, tranquil bays for anchoring or litle harbours, mediterrenean couisine and variety of culture awaits…

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The Experience

It’s all about adventure… Imagine sailing for the first time through the night with the sky full of stars and the music of the waves, arriving at sunrise in a perfect, unknown bay, beautifull and promissing mountains rising from the sea. The peace and the excitment at the same time. Hiking to the take off with no windsock, no shuttle service. And than the perfect moment and You are in the air, no matter if it will be simply coastal soaring or xc into unknown its pure happines, it has diferent taste, a taste of discovery… Top it up with landing next to the boat, cold beer and mediterrenean food on deck, another beautifull sunset and a promise of unknown and exciting tomorrow…

The concept

Rather than allinclusive tour, this trip is about becomming a part of the crew and creating this adventure together. The route is carefully planned, based on our experience and research, but we make the exact decisions in the moment, to make the most out of the weather conditions. We analize those together and decide where to fly, or where to sail.

Sailing part

No previous sailing experience is required. The expedition is actually a great oportunity to learn a lot about sailing. The crew will be divided into 2-3 persons teams that will get their turns on sailing or cooking watches. You will be given full guidance, briefings and help on the sailing duties. Depends on the transition but theese are usualy 3 hours shifts sailing the boat and cooking shifts every 4 days. The legs of the route are 200-300 nautical miles long which gives around 40-60 hours of sailing during the 13 days period. Keep in mind that it strictly depends on the weather. On every leg there will be some night sailing involved.

Flying

No matter if its an official take-off that we know or a new spot that nobody flew before, You can count on our expertise and guidance based on the 20 years of experience. As there is large variety of sites and conditions on the way, it will be a diferent aproach in case of coastal flying or cross country day where we will try to stick together, agree the flight options, retrive route, comunication.

Food

The boat is provisioned in all sorts of dry and long term food. Fresh meet, vegetables and Ice are bought in every harbour. The menu is discussed and agreed acording to crew preferences. The crew is divided into 2-3 persons teams. Every team gets his turn cooking for the whole crew every 3-4 days. It can be either on the boat or BBQ on some remote beach. If that’s the crew choice we eat out sometimes to try local food. This is not included in the price though.

Inland transportation

To get to the take offs we either hike, use local transport or rent cars (spliting the costs, full day aprox 10 euros/person), depends on the crew’s preferences and the area.

Team

Marek – Boat’s skipper, sailing since the age of 6. Thousands of miles of experience like sailing around Cape Horn or crossing the North Atlantic. 20 years of experience in paragliding, working in many places in the world as a guide, instructor, tandem pilot. Marce – 1st mate, from Argentinian Patagonia, she is responsible for provisions and logistic, takes care of those litle things that make life onboard so much easier.

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Itinerary 1
Itinerary

Leg 1: 16.09-29.09

Lefkada(Greece) – Corfu – Vlora(Albania) – Bar(Montenegro) – Budva – Dubrovnik (Croatia)
Thats a general route, the selection of stopovers on the way will depend on the flying/sailing conditions and our decisions.

Leg 2: 30.09-13.10

Dubrovnik-Dubrovnik
This leg will be a loop, starting and ending in Dubrovnik. In between we will search for new flying spots on Croatian islands and visit well known sites like Makarska Riviera, Omis, Vis

Leg 3: 14.10-27.10

Dubrovnik(Croatia) – Kotor(Montenegro) – Budva – Bar – Vlora(Albania) – Corfu(Greece)
Thats a general route, the selection of stopovers on the way will depend on the flying/sailing conditions and our decisions.

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Itineraries are not binding and the actual itinerary can be adjusted by the host because of unforeseen circumstances or other reasons!

Accommodation

Our home and transport will be a 50 foot sailboat – Bavaria 50. It consists of 5 double cabins, 3 toilets with shower and hot water, kitchen (galley) with fridge, 3 burner stove-oven, large saloon and spacious cockpit with easy access to the bathing platform. Full navigation equipment, safety gear, solar panel, inflatable dinghy with outboar.

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Double cabin
Included
Price is for double occupancy. Please inquire for single use.

Services

Included services

Included
Food: Full board
Sailing training and guidance
Extra expenses

Alcohol
visas and customs fees
car rental and local transport
Host’s Payment and Cancellation Policy.
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The CTR Triangle around Innsbruck, beauty movie and documentation :-)

The CTR Triangle around Innsbruck, beauty movie and documentation 🙂

Ein 240 km FAI Dreieck mit dem Gleitschirm, bei dem ich Ende Mai die Kontrollzone des Innsbrucker Flughafens in knapp 10 Stunden einmal umrundet habe.

WATCH IT HERE ON PARAGLIDING.TV :

The CTR Triangle around Innsbruck, beauty movie and documentation 🙂

Ein 240 km FAI Dreieck mit dem Gleitschirm, bei dem ich Ende Mai die Kontrollzone des Innsbrucker Flughafens in knapp 10 Stunden einmal umrundet habe.

Der Bericht dazu hier: https://www.facebook.com/marcel.duerr.1/posts/10210388747128443?pnref=story

Gavin McClurg and Dave Turner takes on paragliding across Alaska

Gavin McClurg and Dave Turner takes on the challenge of paragliding across Alaska

Gavin McClurg and Dave Turner takes on the challenge of paragliding across Alaska

 

Watch the FULL VIDEO HERE:
https://www.redbull.tv/video/AP-1NC8539251W11/north-of-known?playlist=AP-1NC83ES5D1W11

Gavin McClurg and Dave Turner takes on the challenge of paragliding across the nearly 500 miles (700km) of the Alaska Mountain Range. Facing harsh weather, freezing temps and even starvation, it’s the most extreme Vol-Bivy expedition ever attempted.

Quelle: Red Bull TV
https://www.redbull.tv/video/AP-1NC8539251W11/north-of-known?playlist=AP-1NC83ES5D1W11:episode

 

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„The FETZERL“ the must have for Hike and Fly, and never sweat again ;-)

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Red Bull X-Alps 2017: Highlight Video on Paragliding.TV

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The Official Highlight Video Red Bull X-Alps 2017 On Paragliding.TV

Veröffentlicht am 15.07.2017

Join the Red Bull X-Alps athletes in their adventure across the Alps with this highlight reel from the race.

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      Clock stops on the world’s toughest adventure race after 12 days of hike and fly drama across the Alps.

      For 12 days they have hiked and flown incredible distances across the Alps from Salzburg to Monaco. They’ve encountered driving rain, strong winds, thunderstorms and the sweltering heat of the Italian plains as they battled to complete one of the hardest editions of ‘the world’s toughest adventure race’.
      Last night, at 19:00pm, the race finally ended for the first and second-placed athletes Chrigel Maurer (SUI1) and Benoit Outters (FRA4), who flew down to the beach at Roquebrune, the official finish line. It is the fifth win in a row for Maurer.
      On July 2nd, 31 athletes set off from the city of Salzburg towards the first turnpoint of the Gaisberg. Today, at 10:53am, as time was called on the eighth edition of the Red Bull X-Alps, only 19 athletes remained in the fight. And what a fight they put up to the very end.
      Up front Paul Guschlbauer (AUT1), some 5km from goal dug deep to reach the Mediterranean coast. But it wasn’t enough. Yesterday he’d hiked 101km to get himself into position high up on the Col di Tenda, but when he got there late evening, he discovered there were no thermals and was unable to fly, so top-landed. With flight restrictions in place today, making the onward flight to Turnpoint 7 even more challenging, he eventually resigned himself to not making goal.
      Overnight Nick Neynens (NZL) was the only athlete with a Ledlenser Night Pass still to pull, allowing him to hike through the night. He rested for four hours with just his glider wrapped around his legs then set off at midnight, climbing to 3,400m on the Pointe du Ribon (3,529m). From there he launched as dawn broke and flew 15km, overtaking Nelson de Freyman (FRA3).
      In the mid-pack Pascal Purin (AUT3) and Pal Takats (HUN) were locked in a battle for 6th place on the roads of Italy. For Takats, who flew 160km yesterday, it had marked an extraordinary comeback after earlier serving a 48 hour penalty for an airspace infringement.
      At the back a last ditch duel took place between the American athlete Gavin McClurg(USA1) and the Canadian Richard Brezina (CAN), separated by just 3km.
      By the end, athletes had covered incredible distances on foot. Romanian running legend Toma Coconea (ROU) had hiked a total distance of 914km. Benoit Outters had hiked 772km while most athletes remaining at the end had covered in excess of 500km.
      Race winner Chrigel Maurer said: “This has been one of the most difficult races in my career. I’ve never faced such bad weather in the Red Bull X-Alps before. But to be here for the fifth time and to win the race is a great feeling. It was a hard race.”
      His supporter Tobias Dimmler said: “The race was tough, it was very physical.”
      Speaking from the beach at Roquebrune, where the race officially ends, Outters said: “I am very happy, it’s just enormous. It was very, very difficult. But I am super happy to be here in Monaco.”
      Race organiser and co-founder Ulrich Grill said: “This has been an incredible edition of the Red Bull X-Alps and in many ways the hardest edition. The route was longer and the weather was more challenging, forcing athletes to hike huge distances instead of fly. But it’s been inspiring and humbling to see how they rose to the challenge and put in superhuman efforts to hike and fly across the Alps. They are all champions.”

      Aaron Durogati (ITA1) and Sebastian Huber (GER1) cross the finish line together, arm in arm, to win the Leatherman Prologue with Benoit Outters (FRA4) crossing the finish in third.

      Christian Maurer (SUI1) calls in sick with a cold and misses the Leatherman Prologue. He is declared fit to compete in the main race, but must start the second day two hours, 31 minutes and 21 seconds behind the Prologue winners.

      In pouring rain, Sebastian Huber (GER1) wins the Gaisberg König title once again, retaining his title from 2015. He wins a pair of lederhosen.

      Romanian Running Man Toma Coconea (ROU) gets off to a sprinting start on day one, pulling a Ledlenser Night Pass and covering 108.8km in 13.7 hours. True to form, he hikes 915km during the race.

      Team Nick Neynens (NZL) hits the road and is made up of the athletes’ mum and his brother in a car. Nick’s in flip-flops. It’s just like the old days.

      Antoine Girard (FRA1) has to withdraw from Red Bull X-Alps 2017 on the second day, following an accident during launch. He injured his knee.

      Also on day two, Maurer (SUI1) surges from 22nd place into the lead to pass Turnpoint 2, Triglav, crushing the all-day lead that Coconea (ROU) had established after hiking through the night.

      On day three, Stephan Gruber (AUT2) follows Girard out of the race with an injury.

      At the back, Claudio Heidel Schemberger (ARG) takes the award for dogged determination. He spends a very uncomfortable and cold night in the mountains and is close to hypothermia when his supporter finds him at 2am. But he’s determined not to be eliminated, battles through on a night pass and avoids elimination.

      Aaron Durogati (ITA1) retires from Red Bull X-Alps 2017. He had been suffering from an injury to his knee for much of the race.

      Gaspard Petiot (FRA1) proves himself to be a new French eagle and chases Christian Maurer (SUI1), even creeping ahead of him at one point. It looks like it’s game on … until Petiot injures himself landing and has to withdraw. Petiot says: “It was the perfect race until this.”

      In all, seven athletes are forced to retire, but Che Golus (AUS), Manuel Nubel (GER2) and Krischa Berlinger (SUI2) also show remarkable determination to battle on to the last.

      The Red Bull X-Alps is an adventure, not just a race. Throughout, athletes come together to hike – and fly – together as a ‘gaggle’. In a contest this tough, cooperation is key.

      The Axeman. His regular visits to the competition drive the athletes forward. Everest summiteer, David Liano Gonzalez (MEX), Duncan Kotze (RSA) and Jose Ignacio Arevalo Guede (ESP) are among the victims. Evgenii Griaznov (RUS) memorably avoids his blade by just 300m when Mitch Riley (USA3) can’t quite do enough.

      The kindness of strangers. Gavin McClurg (USA1) enjoys some Alpine hospitality when he lands up high, while on his penultimate day, Christian Maurer (SUI1) lands on a beach by the Mediterranean – and gets invited into a stranger’s home for pasta and a good night’s sleep. Pascal Purin (AUT3) also spends the night with a mountain farming family.

      Watch that airspace. Tom de Dorlodot (BEL), Nelson de Freyman (FRA3), Pal Takats (HUN), Evengii Griaznov (RUS), Stanislav Mayer (CZE) and Tobias Grossrubatscher (ITA2) all get 48-hour penalties for airspace incursions.Facing his 48-hour penalty, Pal Takats (HUN) makes an extraordinary 50km run so he can serve it on the shores of Lake Garda. He makes it with minutes to spare.The battles at the back. The Red Bull X-Alps isn’t just about the leaders. Throughout the adventure, there are some extraordinary contests and acts of courage in the rear ranks as athletes show true grit to avoid elimination, keep their pride – or just help others.

      Team USA. Gavin McClurg (USA1), Mitch Riley (USA3) and Jesse Williams (USA2) fly the flag with McClurg finishing the competition in a fast foot race against Canadian Richard Brezina (CAN). McClurg wins, finishing 15th.

      The scenery. Triglav, the Matterhorn, Zugspitze … and the Mediterranean, of course. Over three crossings of the Alps, the athletes pass through some of the most beautiful landscapes on Earth. And occasionally, they get to stop and enjoy them.

      Benoit Outters (FRA4). The 27-year-old Rookie has the race of his life and comes in 2nd. He is the only athlete to land at Peille – sorry, Chrigel – and is greeted by his emotional mum. In fact, the Rookies impress. Simon Oberrauner (AUT4) races to the last in the battle for fourth against race veteran Flying Dutchman Ferdinand van Shelven (NLD).

      Tom de Dorlodot (BEL) competes for the sixth time and, despite serious setbacks, makes his final goal: Lake Garda. Michal Gierlach (POL) also picks a good spot to end his race … Lake Como.

      #guschlpower. While the first and second place athletes extend their leads, the toughest battle is often for third place. But Paul Guschlbauer (AUT1) handles the pressure and sees off his rivals. He doesn’t make the Peille turnpoint, but does fly to the Med at the last minute … and secures his triple third.

      … and, yes, Chrigel ‘The Eagle’ Maurer (SUI1) wins the Red Bull X-Alps for the fifth consecutive time.

      Photo by © zooom / Sebastian Marko
      1. Christian Maurer (SUI1) – 10 days 23 hours
      2. Benoit Outters (FRA4) – 11 days 1 hour 3. Paul Guschlbauer (AUT1) – 5km from goal
      4. Ferdinand van Schelven (NLD) – 49km from goal
      5. Simon Oberrauner (AUT4) – 51km from goal
      6. Pascal Purin (AUT3) – 86km from goal
      7. Pal Takats (HUN) – 89km from goal
      8. Sebastian Huber (GER1) – 95km from goal
      9. Nick Neynens (NZL) – 130km from goal
      10. Stanislav Mayer (CZE) – 172km from goal
      11. Toma Coconea (ROU) – 271km from goal
      12. Nelson de Freyman (FRA3) – 275km from goal
      13. Tobias Grossrubatscher (ITA2) – 275 from goal
      14. Gavin McClurg (USA1) – 308km from goal
      15. Richard Brezina (CAN) – 319km from goal
      16. Michal Gierlach (POL) – 378km from goal
      17. Evgenii Griaznov (RUS) – 457km from goal
      18. Jesse Williams (USA2) – 474km from goal
      19. Tom de Dorlodot (BEL) – 510km from goal
      20. Manuel Nübel (GER2) – withdrawn – 209km from goal
      21. Gaspard Petiot (FRA2) – withdrew – 383km from goal
      22. Mitch Riley (USA3) – eliminated – 530km from goal
      23. Krischa Berlinger (SUI2) – withdrew – 551km from goal
      24. Jose Arevalo Guede (ESP) – eliminated – 745km from goal
      25. Che Golus (AUS) – withdrew – 773km from goal
      26. Aaron Durogati (ITA1) – withdrew – 776km from goal
      27. Duncan Kotze (RSA) – eliminated – 832km from goal
      28. Claudio Heidel Schemberger (ARG) – eliminated – 967km from goal
      29. Stephan Gruber (AUT2) – withdrew – 984km from goal
      30. Antoine Girard (FRA1) – withdrew – 1048km from goal
      31. David Liano Gonzalez (MEX) – eliminated – 1059km from goal

      Reference/Quelle   with thanks to redbullxalps.com

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