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Indoor Skydiving

Listed under Extreme Challenge in Midlands, United Kingdom.

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Turn a wind tunnel on its end, and you have indoor skydiving, and for as long as you can keep the 200mph fan switched on.

It is a simple idea, but an extremely versatile one, as indoor skydiving has almost no restrictions, so it is perfect for first-timers, ideal for skydiving courses and a real bonus for experienced jumpers who want to practise techniques. Full training courses are available at beginner and intermediate-level.

The 120mph-equivalent freefall period lasts twice as long as it would on a real skydive, and it is considerably cheaper too.

Written by  larapiegeler.

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Im building an indoor skydive,could you please tell me what kind of fan and where i might find one.


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