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This area is dedicated for Hang gliding material and programs.
Hang gliding represents a less known but sizable segment of the sport aviation community. This sport experienced a rebirth in popularity during the 1970s with the advent of new, simple wings developed by pioneers like John Dickensen based on a wing concept developed through NASA engineer Francis Rogallo’s work
Control of the glider and confort are very important for your every day flying, specially when you will be hanging up there for a long time, this is achieved by using the right length of hang loop.
The closer you can be to the control bar you will have a better leverage and this…
In 1944, a pilot and writer named Wolfgang Langewiesche published the first edition of his flying manual–Stick and Rudder. It was highly controversial because his description of the way wings produce lift was at odds with the popular theory of the time.