Axis Mercury II (2011) is a completely new glider with the highest ambitions. The glider has well-proven 2-liner design and plastic-reinforced leading edge (no carbon). This glider turns very well, although the single-line steering has been used.
Right now (May 2011) the Axis Mercury II is passing through it's first PWC competition in Korea. The first two pilots to try it, are Martin Orlik and Gurpreet Dhindsa.
Some interesting details:
- Max. speed: 69 km/h
- Number of cells: 85
- Aspect ratio flat: 7.9