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Skyhook Gipsy
The Gipsy was a 1983 single surface hang glider, described as so easy to rig and fly. The only thing hard was lifting her off the ground to put the nose pin in as it was rather heavy. This glider is easy to self launch without a wire man even in strong winds.
The 1986 Gipsy and Gypsy SS were produced in three sizes to cover most pilot weights. The machine was a fourth generation floating crosstube lightweight intermediate and was an ideal first glider for the new pilot. All sizes gained C of A in 1987.
The 1987 Gipsy CFX is a light weight double surface intermediate glider. The handling is quick, light and beautifully co-ordinated with no hidden vices. The machine was supplied in two sizes.
1987 Gipsy CFX
The 1987 Gipsy CFX was described as as sweat as ever to fly. Control is great soaring and at low level sand dunes. They are well put together.


Gipsy CFX
The Gipsy CFX beautiful handling glider but don't be tempted to tighten sail to much using the outer attachment points as handling degrades dramatically and PIO becomes an issue. Keep the tune soft and the Gipsy is a gem of a glide.


Gipsy CFX
Sail area: 180 sq ft and 160 sq ft.





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