Juan Valdez

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    Cologne / Germany
  1. And here comes part 2 - the last day:
  2. 08/2017 at Les Hemmes part 1:
  3. He had some problems in the soft sand with his bigfoot light wheels, so he needed a helping hand, ahhmm helping frontwheel I had bigfoots and 4m2 more...
  4. A new one at Maasvlakte:
  5. Thanks Chook! You mean Ingos Speed4 Lotus 12 in white/black/yellow? Yes, it´s really nice! I like Rinus purple Speed5 12, too. I´m always surprised, that you don´t fall off the rock down under
  6. Thanks! The weather was very good, but only 2bft at the second day. I think, the crab holes are made by worms. P.S.: I really love your southern island!
  7. Nice shots from different angles!
  8. I have Ozone 7, 11 and 15, too. My most used size is the 11. I never tried them, but I heard that Elf and Paraavis are more difficult to fly than Ozone and Flysurfer. Not the first choice for a depower beginner. If you want to compete with other riders, go for the Sonic or R1. The Chrono V1 is a little bit slower, but cheaper. Specially in case of the Chrono V1, check the lenght of the bridlelines - they always make trouble. The price for a new, better bridle (the thick bridlelines of the V2) is around USD 200. If you prefer easy handling and more stability instead of maximum speed try to get a Chrono V2 or a Speed5.
  9. 3 perfect buggydays:
  10. Thanks, Daniel! Next time, I want you to see flying your Diablo
  11. I read in a German forum, that the North has been developed by a paragliding company called Advance.
  12. And one more: