Our R&D team
has been intensively working on the
– a new Gradient glider
in the intermediate class. This glider fits in
Gradient range between Golden4 and Aspen5. We are
in the final stage of Nevada2
development and we are getting ready for the
certification process. We have focused on higher
performance and easy flying characteristics as
with previous Nevada version. It is going to be
“high end EN-B” which is intended for skilled
intermediate pilots who are capable of active
is superior to its predecessor in terms of
VO System - Improved shape of the cell
openings for better inflation of the canopy and
for the controlled air flow between the
canopy and surroundings. Small rectangular
openings for sufficient pressurization during
all flight modes and deep V-openings for
easy inflation and direction of the air
flow to the bottom sail. This combination of two
shapes significantly reduces aerodynamic drag
during flights in turbulent conditions and
keeps more consistent air pressure in the
canopy, especially in rough air.
aspect ratio and higher wing loading.
3 - liner design - two main lines in
line reduction by 7 % (in comparison
with Nevada, size 28)
shaping of the Nylon rods in the cell openings
for effective distribution of forces coming from
the lines in to the canopy.
in the trailing edge for cleaner rear part of
canopy and for reduction of the drag.
handles on C-risers for accelerated flight.
zip lock openings on the wing tips to clean up
the dirt and stones from the
produced in 5 different sizes - 22, 24, 26, 28, 30
to cover wide weight range from around
The internal structure incorporates
our well-proven drag reducing DD system.
always we have used Everlast double coated Skytex
on the leading edge of the canopy to ensure
long-term stability and durability of this
important part of the glider.
handling and immediate feedback ensures your
enjoyment of your long XC flights and let's you
get comfortable with Nevada2
come as a light weight version, so pilots can use
it for hike&fly. Special combination of
materials will significantly reduce the
undergone a few XC tests in Brazil. Check out the
19.11.2015 - 193 km Ondrej
23.11.2015 -199 km Ondrej Dupalhttp://www.xcontest.org/world/cs/prelety/detail:ondrejjd/23.11.2015/13:42
25.11.2015 - 138 km Ondrej Dupal http://www.xcontest.org/world/cs/prelety/detail:ondrejjd/25.11.2015/14:11
22.11.2015 - 182 km Tom de Dorlodothttps://airtribune.com/tomdedorlodot/tracks__17581Photo
from final testing