Hang Gliding

A Hang Glider is a foot launched rigid wing, constructed mainly of aluminium tube, carbon fibre and Dacron sail cloth, weighing between 20-35kg, it can be assembled in 5 -15 minutes.
A Hang Glider is foot launched off mountains or cliffs, or can be towed up with a winch before releasing into free flight, the pilot hangs beneath the glider in a prone position ( but can be seated if preferred ), and steers by moving their body from side to side or back and forward.
Using air currents and thermals it is possible to soar for hours, attaining altitude climbs of thousands of feet, and flying long distances, the current NZ Hang Gliding distance record, held by John Smith, is over 202km,

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