This is the 1st day of me flying my Wills Wing Condor 225. The first clip is my 1st flight. The 2nd clip is where I took my hands off the control bar to check the trim balance and the glider stalls resulting in a quick descent where I chose to let the wheels take the glider's weight impact into the sand. This showed us that the glider was trimmed too slow and we moved the pilot attachment point about 1 1/2" forward. Prior to this discovery we didn;t like the way the glider was handling and after adjusting the trim the glider flew and handled much better,
The 3rd clip is me kiting the glider in the breeze on the beach to practice ground handling. The last clip is my 7th and final flight of the day. This exceeded my previous record of 6 flights on my Alpha 210 glider. It's very tiring walking up the steep soft sand bluff! Especially at age 82.
Also helping and flying that day were Joe Faust and Bob Kuczewski.