With the AGILITY SYSTEM you can easily switch between two brake line geometries. In “Comfort-Mode” the inner wing is more strongly articulated, while in “Sport-Mode” the outer wing is more strongly articulated.
As a result, the glider reacts differently to brake input in each mode. In “Sport-Mode”, for example, brake input is converted into more bank angle, because the trailing edge generates about twice as much roll moment as the trailing edge in “Comfort-Mode”.
The pilot can therefore learn to fly in comfort mode and refine his feeling for the glider by changing to sport mode without having to change to a new class of glider.
In this video we’re showing you how to convert between the two modes.