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  1. Paste and copy ... U Tube video of Nor Cal Speed Flying, old school video. Check out "blog" paste copy ... Forgive my lack of knowledge , I'm learning as I go
  2. The camp description , cost ,and ALL other details are posted on the caledar. Hollister California... 3 sites. Check out the above info, video and calendar, and it should awnser all your questions. k
  3. Hey everyone, Canopy Flight Professionals will be holding CAMP # 1. First week of April. For detailed information regarding camp please see links below, visit (calendar), or call CFP @ 916 747 4876 or e mail Kevin Love : [email protected] ** There may be a speed riding camp the following week in Lake Tahoe. More details on this camp will be posted soon... ** Please see CALENDAR on web site: The camp description for CAMP #1 outlined on web site... Also see video on U TUBE. This video shows all 3 sites we will be ground launching and BLADE RUNNING. Please contact me soon if you are interested in attending CAMP #1 space is already filling up... Sincerely, Canopy Flight Professionals Kevin Love
  4. is finally up! It's in its beginning stage, so please be patient,and keep checking in to see what we have planned. Kevin Love CFP ( CHECK IT OUT)
  5. In my opinion, the only time a "swooper" should be swooping directly at a camera person, is if it was pre planned. For example: setting up for a specific shot. Other than that, doing so is very dangerous for everyone. Whether its' a camera man/woman or just a friend on the ground, suprising someone in this way is dangerous and some would consider "reckless" piloting. Swooping is having a hard enough time right now.... Swoopers are the pilots in control, period. Based on self preservation I would not unexpectedly swoop at someone. If your "swooping" skills are not up to par, as well as your judgement, then go "swoop" in a different area until you "skills" are up to par. Thats all... I really don't think there was much to "debate" on this topic, for those who "really" understood the actual circumstances. No need to argue, just seek solutions, to avoid injuries or worse. K
  6. I'm working on a "generic" proposal, as we all should. I would be more than happy to help anyone in regards to access. I have had success in the past, send me private mess or e mail me @ [email protected] peace k
  7. I feel a responsability to post "something" regarding this topic. Speed riding, ski launching, at resorts is a very "touchy" subject for those who decide wether or not we gain access. Look at B.A.S.E. jumping 20 years ago... Remember it was legal to jump El Cap. at one time. But a few recked it for the rest of us. 25 years later it's still not legal.... So in my humble opionion, and I'm not at all trying to be a speed riding no it all cop, but the way in wich we all (in the US) approach this,will determine if, access is to become a 20 + year battle, or a gentle process much like snowboarding went through. It's up to us to think about the big picture. Going bandito style too often, leads to bad PR for this great new sport. And could set negative precidents. All I'm saying is, think more about the future of the sport, not just the few runs you might "get away" with. Lets not "burn" the sport here in the US , before it has a chance to flourish. i encourage as many as possible to approach ski area Management in a professional and polite way and seek access everywhere. But tread iightly and get permission before flying @ resorts! Lets not ruin it for everyone, before it has a chance. Otherwise , we'll all be flying to Europe, everytime we want to legally speed ride. Or skiinning, snowshoeing, etc to get a couple short flights a day. I've been doing it, and believe me, chair lift access is a lot easier! Thats all I have to say.... Take it for what its worth, it's just one mans opinion. K
  8. I taught skiing and snowboarding for nearly 10 years, ya I could teach you. I'm a little "un current" teaching skiing, but not "un current" doing it. I could help you out , no problem K ps. the camps this spring, I'll have a private instructor or two for people like you. great canopy pilots, but not the best skiers, to bring people up to speed. will be up before Feb 1st you can find all the info ... dates and times etc
  9. not the best quality, sorry. These were taken of memory stick on dv cam.... good quality shots will be coming soon! K
  10. one, two,three, four, FIZZIFF.... YEEEEEEYAAAAHHH