Little Cloud Spiruline

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Please contact us for availability.


The Spiruline

The Iconic LittleCloud Miniwing!

10 years after the LittleCloud Miniwing Revolution, the legendary Spiruline is back!

The Spiruline is coming out with a brand new design. Its’ plan form, cell counts, airfoil, lines setup, and every characteristic is new.
Focus is like on the first day, offering the most fun, safest wing that you can use everywhere at any occasion. Remember, only your inspiration will limit its’ capability.
Whether you will go on a hike and fly, soar a windy day, thermal fly it, or speedfly it, The Spiruline will offer the best sensations and a maximum of fun.

Any pilot with PG or Speedflying rating will be able to fly these. 

In closer details, the new line set-up will ensure a perfect inflation in any conditions thanks to the 3 rows. The load spread along the span is more homogeneous, therefore less deformation during the inflation. Our new airfoil has smaller and a pretty set back entry to get a perfect filling of the wing. The glider remains pitch stable and will wait for you above your head.
In flight, the very fine skin tensions give an incredibly precise handling, putting an ear to ear smile on your face at any turns!
It also ensures a very predictive and intuitive handling. You will quickly learn how to handle The Spiruline.
If you get it to “rock’n’roll”, you’ll be amazed how easy is the management of the energy is in surges and you’ll figure out that you can get the flying behavior of two old Spirulines in this new model, as it has a very wide using range! 

Wingload  around 3 (+/-20%)
For varied use, suitable from 100% beginner pilots (learning/school, mountain flying, soaring, thermic, fly-downs, ski). It has virtually no pitch, is reactive during roll, moderate height loss during 360s, large brake travel. Similar speeds to a paraglider.

Wingload around 4.5 (+/- 20%)
For varied use, as level 1. Good piloting skills should be able to maximise the aerological conditions. For pilots who already have experience of flight. Higher speeds than a paraglider.

Wingload around 6 and more (- 20%) Less versatile for thermic and mountain flights. More orientated to speed flying and soaring in strong conditions. It’s more reactive to roll and requires accurate piloting. For experienced pilots. A more dynamic wing, with much higher speeds than a paraglider. Much greater height loss when turning.