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NOTICE DE SECURITE OZIUM 2 – October 9 2018 –

October 9, 2018

Nous émettons une notice de sécurité concernant la sellette OZIUM 2, nécessitant une action de la part des propriétaires. Si vous possédez une Ozium 2, veuillez lire cette notice de sécurité .... Read More

NOTE DE SECURITE RELATIVE A L’OZIUM 2

April 2, 2018

Toute OZIUM 2 fabriquée avant le mois de mars 2018 bénéficie d'une petite modification gratuite et simple au niveau du passage de la bride du secours. Si vous possédez une Ozium 2, lisez ceci Note... Read More

RÉGLAGE DE VOS SELLETTES

January 30, 2018

En tant que pilotes, nous passons des heures et des heures à régler nos sellettes. Ces réglages peuvent contribuer à améliorer très sensiblement l'observation en vol, le confort, le maniement, la... Read More

EMISSION D’UNE NOTICE DE SECURITE CONCERNANT L’EXOCEAT

October 20, 2017

A l'attention de tous les propriétaires d'une sellette EXOCEAT : Veuillez lire l'information contenue sur cette page concernant la sellette Exoceat.... Read More

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Tuning in The PACIFIC...
H A W A I I

Pilot: Loren Cox @skivvie
Photo by @jorgeatramiz
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While a heat wave was hitting France last summer, Antoine Boisselier went for a 450 km adventure with his paraglider to get cool in the mountains!
This Vol-Biv gave Antoine the opportunity to connect with incredible people and fly over a pristine landscape. @antoineboisselier
For more Hit the LInk in Bio
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The Italian Alps 🇮🇹 Photo by Ozone Team pilot, Yassen Savov @yassen_savov
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2019 X-Alps pilots, Cody Mittanck and Gavin McClurg, took their fresh Zeolites for an amazing flight in the state of Nevada.
@codymittanck @gavinmcclurg
Cody reports: "I just got back from another spring trip to Nevada with the X-Alps Team USA boys, Gavin and Willi. We did a recon trip there last summer and had some great exploratory flights. This year we knew a bit more about what to expect and the conditions we needed for a big one. According to the models, Central Nevada tends to show some of the best flying conditions so we lined up a launch to take advantage of that area. On this particular day the models showed perfect conditions for a record flight -- light surface winds, strong winds aloft, strong lift, clouds, and low CAPE. During the first half of the flight we nearly landed on each glide. The lift was extremely broken and the clouds were sparse. We hung in with the frustrating conditions because the alternative was landing in the middle of nowhere with the potential of dust devils and long walks out. With a slow average speed we pressed on crossing over long desolate basins and barren mountain ranges. It is beautiful in it's simplicity out there, yet wild, dangerous, and intimidating. The last half of the flight conditions dramatically improved. Cloud streets began forming and tailwinds pushed us 90 kph on glides. Base rose to 16k and froze camera batteries and fingers. By the end of the day we flew 305 Km. The place has much more potential, but unlike some other lines in the western US, it's not going to give it up easily.

A big part of this mission was to fly the Zeolite and give it a proper test before taking it to the X-Alps. I've been flying the Z-Alps the last couple of XC seasons and I immediately felt right at home under the Zeolite. At one point I was 50 meters off the deck trying to work an extremely rowdy desert thermal and the Zeolite never even took a tip collapse. Unbelievable that a 2-liner can be this light and still be so easy to fly”

Congrats and Cheers from all the Ozone team.

Photo by Johan Brütting
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“POV of an epic hike and fly adventure” by @bridger_henriksen
Provo, Utah
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The Scale of Monserrat Mountain, captured by Ozone Team Pilot @xevi.bonet
Catalunya, Spain 🇪🇸
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“A powdery ground spiral”

Pilot: @sebschlegel
Photo by @manuelsiegrist
Location: Switzerland 🇨🇭 Glider: Zeno
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“Jaw dropping Views in Kotor , Montenegro 🇲🇪” By @jamie_lee_speedflyer
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Golden afternoon under the ashes of Popocatépetl Volcano, Mexico 🇲🇽. .
By @alfredomoran_photo
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“One of the only constants, is change. We used to send letters that would take months to arrive in order to talk with our friends then the phone was invented, then the email. Now, you slide into my DMs. Maybe I’m oldschool but I still prefer to come to your house and knock on your roof, er, door, to see if you want to come out and play” @zach_carbo

Photo by @brianhueske
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“An incredible flights in South Tirol last weekend but soooo cold at cloud base” @lissiseibt

Photo by @andyfroetscher
Glider: Alpina 3

IMPORTANT : NOTE DE SECURITE CONCERNANT L’OZIUM

June 8, 2017

La présente note de sécurité concerne seulement la première série de l'Ozium et non l'Ozium 2. Nous avons pu constater un défaut lors d'une simulation de secours en tyolienne. Il se peut en... Read More

NOTE DE SECURITE SUR LES BOUCLES AUSTRIALPIN

February 18, 2016

Le fabricant de la boucle Cobra utilisée sur certaines sellettes Ozone vient d'émettre une note de sécurité concernant cette boucle. AustriAlpin indique qu'un défaut affecte une quantité extrêmement faible de boucles... Read More

NOTE DE SECURITE CONCERNANT LA SELLETTE FORZA

January 8, 2016

NOTE DE SECURITE IMPORTANTE Concernant toutes les sellettes Forza fabriquées en 2015 sous les numéros de série suivants : Forza-(size)-Q-31A-(???) Jusqu'à Forza-(size)-Q-49E-(???) Plusieurs cas de défaillances de boucles de secours ont... Read More

NOTE IMPORTANTE CONCERNANT L’HOMOLOGATION ALLEMANDE LTF

June 18, 2015

Ces dernières années, un manque de clarté dans la communication et la propagation d'informations erronnées ont induit en erreur un certain nombre de pilotes allemands. A notre connaissance, le procédure d'homologation... Read More