View Poll Results: What do you fly?

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  • Started with Weightshift and converted to 3-Axis

    0 0%
  • Started 3-Axis converted to Weightshift

    3 15.79%
  • Currently fly both.

    2 10.53%
  • Always Weightshift

    7 36.84%
  • Always 3-Axis

    7 36.84%
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    Co-Pilot damienair's Avatar
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    What do you fly?

    Hi all,

    This is just for fun. I was thinking recently whilst flying how much I enjoy Weightshift flying and was thinking I was maybe in the minority, in that I converted from 3-Axis to Weightshifts. It seems the other way around where some people start off in Weightshifts but convert to 3-Axis, due to weather etc. So I was just wondering what you Guys and Gals fly.

    I started out by training in a Thruster T600N. Then bought an X-Air 582. A year later bought a Skyranger 912s which I loved and owned for 5 years. However when Boy No.1 arrived my hours dropped a lot. I converted to Weightshift just for fun, and for a while owned the Skyranger and a Pegasus XL462. This was perfect, Pegasus XL for bimbling and Skyranger for touring. However over time I preferred flying the XL to flying the Skyranger and was enjoying Weightshift flying so much more. Boy No.2 arrived, yearly hours logged fell off a cliff. So sold the Skyranger and kept the XL. 2 years later I had the opportunity to sell my lovely Pegasus XL 462 and I bought a Quantum 503. I am really enjoying the Quantum and my hours are coming back up as the boys get bigger. Logged about 35 hours last year and hoping to log 50-60 hours this year.

    Cheers,

    Damien
    Last edited by damienair; 15-05-18 at 19:01 PM.
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    I've ticked the 'always 3 axis' box, although I flew a paramotor for 5 years before I started this microlight behaviour.
    G-BZNP Still not dead


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    Paramotor for 5 years.......you deserve the "balls of steel" award even before you start !
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