"There was a comprehensive article published on this ship in the July 1986 issue of Hang Gliding magazine. Contact the USHGA or some local hang glider pilots to locate a copy of that issue.
As I recall the performance was in the 15 to 18/1 range and the ship was made of wood and fabric. There are a fair amount of these ships flying in Europe, especially Germany. It is not a sleek design; it resembles a R/C training sailplane in appearance. It has trap doors under the pilot to allow foot launching."
- Deane Williams [writing in the ULS Mailing List].
"The only info I have on the ULF-1 is from the May 1985 issue of Whole Air.
Today (1999) info can be had from:
Fax: Country code + 89-5407-5775
- Peter Birren, Hang 4, Prez of Reel Pilots.