The world's toughest adventure race has come to an end. From the 9000m of vertical ascent athletes completed in Switzerland, to the long-distance flights across the main spine of the Alps, the 2019... Read More
The 9th edition of the Red Bull X-Alps is once again the world's toughest adventure race. Starting in Salzburg, the course will cross the borders of 6 countries via 13 Turnpoints before arriving... Read More
1,200 km by Paraglider: Ozone Team pilot, Benjamin Jordan pushes his mind and body to the absolute limit during the most daring series of Rocky Mountain flights in history. For more on this incredible... Read More
While the PWC crew was gearing up in Brazil, Wayne Seeley & friends were chasing the first XC window of the year in the UK. Wayne reports: “The UK season finally kicked off. On March 24th, the... Read More
“We left our frozen 3800 m base camp behind and the air welcomed us with powerful climbs that made our bones colder and our vision clearer.
Rapidly we entered into a new realm in which the physical wasn’t part of the equation anymore, our numb hands and our turbulent thoughts were washed out by the electrons of the rising air and the vast expression of the Himalayas”
Pilot: Mike Längle
“Stegen farm at the end of the sognefjorden. Accessible only by boat and then a walk up the cliff to an altitude of 360m, with a history of over 400 years of farming and dwelling, is well worth a visit. It’s stunning. This week @jamie_lee_speedflyer and I pulled up in Kowhai and took a look. Pretty special flight and to add to the history” @malachitempleton
“We Moored our yacht in a mirror lens fjord called Svaerafjorden.
So Peaceful , so much to explore .
Just a handful of houses in this picturesque valley , with its very own small hydropower setup.
After flying this beautiful flowing line we landed at a farmers small house and found an gentleman of around 80years who was concerte working & building his wall in front of his house independently.
After @malachitempleton shared some Norwegian words and we pointed out the peak we’d flown off he was all smiles and happy to have some unexpected guests drop in , showing us his project and letting us pack our wings on his verandah.
The receptions we recieve on our journeys are often reflections of our own selves . When we flow with the good energy we attract it & share it with all those around. Loved these days ...” @jamie_lee_speedflyer
Sweet tunes by friends @goodspacemusic
Track - “This songs about you”
Stay tuned for more on Jamie Lee and Malachi’s Norwegian adventures.
Unsupported. Unspoiled. Untouched. After crossing the width of the Canadian Rockies during his 1,000 km vol-biv in 2017, Benjamin Jordan has taken his passion for exploring the untouched mountains of his... Read More
Spring has brought some fine conditions to the UK. Our friend, Wayne Seeley, shares the details of an epic weekend in his homeland: “Saturday the 19th May dawned with clear skies and light winds... Read More
Ozone Team pilot, Cody Mittanck just sent us a report from his latest trip to Nevada where he had the opportunity to put his Z-alps and Ozium 2 to the test. Cody reports: "Nevadastan. The name... Read More
Antoine Girard and Martin Beaujouan-Berger have concluded their epic journey in South America. Their 1600km adventure took some unexpected turns through the Andes. In Antoine’s words: “The initial objective was to... Read More