Review: Ozone’s Zeno, two-liner, EN D

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“It’s an exquisite, energetic wing, set to wipe the smirks off every CCC pilot on the planet. World Cup performance with acceptable behaviour is finally here.”

There are already 700 Zenos on their way to cloudbase and beyond – but how do you know when you’re ready to take the step up to Ozone’s iconic two-liner? Hugh Miller gets airborne to find out.

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