Pegasus

  • Entry-level / intermediate
  • 6 sizes
  • 2 colours
  • DGAC
  • EN / LTF A

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Engineered to take you far

A perfect choice for your first paramotor wing, the Pegasus is engineered to optimise safety, comfort and handling, while offering the versatility to take you far.

The Pegasus is the first pure GIN wing designed specifically for paramotoring, the result of a unique collaboration. In developing the Pegasus, GIN teamed up with both pilot Laurent Salinas and Fresh Breeze engines. The result is a wing that can give you the best possible start to your paramotoring career, whether you choose footlaunch, trike or even free-flight.

Simple, safe and forgiving

Thanks to the new "S-inlets" on the leading edge, you'll find that inflation and take-off couldn't be easier. The Pegausus inflates smoothly with the minimum of effort and the low minimum speed gets you airbourne quickly and under full control with virtually zero oscillation tendencies.

In flight, GIN's Equalized Pressure Technology (EPT) means that the wing is stable in turbulence and at speed. In addition, the wing has a long brake range and progressively higher brake pressures near the stall, giving you an ample safety margin. The excellent control authority at low speeds also means you can land comfortably in a wide range of conditions.

Comfortable and refined

The Pegasus provides you with precisely the feedback you need to develop an instinctive feeling for the air. The smooth glide allows you to feel lines of lift, while providing a damped feel in rougher air. The result: you always stay comfortable and get the most enjoyment possible from your flight.

A wing to take you far

The modern 3 line design minimizes line drag. Coupled with the performance advantages of EPT due to increased aerofoil efficiency, this means that you'll be able to keep the pace with many sports wings. As you progress in paramotoring, you'll discover the Pegasus to be truely versatile.

Technical details

- Equalized Pressure Technology (EPT)

- "S-inlets" for better inflation

- 3 risers / 3 lines spanwise

- paramotor riser with trimmer and double hang up points

- increased brake length and lower brake pulleys for trike (sizes 28 and 30)

- colour-coded lines for easy identification

- strong and durable materials

- trailing edge mini-ribs

Materials

Canopy cloth

Upper surface: Dominico Dokdo 30D (WR) 42 g/m2

Lower surface: Dominico Dokdo 30D (WR) 42 g/m2

Lines

Upper: Liros DSL 70 Dyneema / GIN TGL 80 Aramid

Middle: Liros DSL 70, PPSL 120, 160 Dyneema

Main: Liros PPSL 120,160,200 Dyneema / GIN TGL 280 Aramid

Technical Specifications

 SIZE

22 24 26 28 30 34
 FLAT  AREA 22.22m2 24.12m2 26.26m2 28.50m2 30.83m2 34.00m2
 SPAN 10.30m 10.76m 11.23m 11.70m 12.16m 12.77m
 A.R 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8 4.8
 PROJECTED  AREA 19.29m2 20.94m2 22.80m2 24.74m2 26.76m2 29.50m2
 SPAN 8.33m 8.66m 9.05m 9.43m 9.80m 10.30m
 A.R 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.6
 CHORD
2.7m 2.8m 2.9m 3.0m 3.2m 3.3m
 CELL NUMBER 36 36 36 36 36 36
 GLIDER WEIGHT 5.0kg 5.3kg 5.5kg 5.8kg 6.2kg 6.8kg
 WEIGHT IN FLIGHT (FREE FLIGHT) 55~75kg 65~85kg
75~95kg 85~105kg 95~115kg 105-130kg
 WEIGHT IN FLIGHT (PARAMOTOR) 65~110kg 75~120kg 85~130kg
95~140kg
99~160kg 115-240kg
 CERTIFICATION (FREE FLIGHT)  EN/LTF A EN/LTF A EN/LTF A EN/LTF A EN/LTF A EN/LTF A
 CERTIFICATION (PARAMOTOR) DGAC DGAC DGAC DGAC DGAC DGAC

 

Colours

Included with your glider

Repair kitInner bagAccessories bagStickersVelcro strap