In issue 147: Ozone Delta 2 review

Gone far ... The Ozone Delta 2 on test. Photo: Jim Mallinson

Gone far … The Ozone Delta 2 on test. Photo: Jim Mallinson

The Ozone Delta 2 is out there in the wild, and has been seen completing some incredible flights.

Ozone boss Mike Cavanagh has been on it all season, and currently tops the fiercely contested UK XC League with a cumulative total of 1,100 points – so far.

So it works, given the right hands. That’s why we gave it to Cross Country’s Hugh Miller to review for the latest issue of Cross Country.

What’s it like Hugh? Oh, we can’t hear him because he’s so far away – he’s gone 170km on it, twice. Perhaps that’s answer enough.

For those who want to know more, Hugh wrote it down.

To double check, this being one of the most eagerly anticipated EN C paragliders of the year, we also asked writer and instructor Greg Hamerton to take it for a test fly. Being the inquisitive sort, he took it up high and pulled a few lines.

The result is a six-page double review – Delta Force – in the the May/June issue of Cross Country magazine. Out now in print and on the iPad.

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