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Thursday 25 October 2001
I first found out about the hexagon theory of cloud formation in 1992. It helped my own understanding of the sky and improved my XC flying significantly. I wrote an Icaristics about it at the time… Bruce Goldsmith explains the Hexagon Theory
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Understanding the Sky by Dennis Pagen
Learn the secrets of the sky from one of the masters of the sport
Flight for Heroes DVD
The story of two men's quest to fly from John O'Groats to Dover by paramotor – and raise thousands for Help for Heroes
Nestled in the heart of Nepal's foothills, and set against the backdrop of the majestic Himalayas, the city of Pokhara has played host to a remarkable story.
Paramotoring From the Ground Up 1st Edition
A comprehensive guide for newcomers to experts, by Noel Whittall
Best selling paragliding DVDs bundle
Cross Country and XCShop.com's best selling hang gliding and paragliding films in one bundle
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