Paramotor flying is the exciting new sport taking the world by storm.
Are you ready to run into the air and fly like a bird? Paramotor flying is one of the most economical, safest and most thrilling forms of aviation you can participate in today.
Paramotor flying is like piloting your own personal backpack aircraft.
Paramotor's, also known as powered paragliders, can fly over 10,000 feet high or just a few feet from the ground making them one of the most unique aircraft ever invented by humankind.
Paramotor flying is relatively safe and extremely fun but piloting one requires a great deal of good judgement and proper training and while the sport comes with a lot of freedom, there is much the aspiring paramotorist needs to learn before they strap on an engine and run off into the sky.
Powerfloat Paramotor Flotation Vest installation guide Powerfloat Flotation Vest by powerfloat com au users guide on installation onto a PPG, Paramotor or powered paraglider frame. Powerfloat Paramotor Floatation Vest installation guide from Ben Darke on...read more
Island Hopping via Paramotor - Florida Keys & Cuba Featuring footage captured by pilot(s) Christopher Montes (fb.com/lodotek) & Nathan Finneman (fb.com/captaindrifto) of DenverPPG (Like us on facebook @ fb.com/denverppg )!! Edited and directed by Nathan Drifto...read more
Paramotor Adventures on the Oregon Coast UA Paramotors teams up with Benjamin Co//Lab for a road trip up the Oregon Coast. Song: Jose Gonzalez - Down The Line A Film By Benjamin Co//Lab BenjaminCoLab.com contact: Ben@BenjaminCoLab.com Paramotor Adventures. Oregon...read more
How to Install a Reserve on a Blackhawk and a Nirvana Here's two videos, one from Blackhawk and one from Nirvana showing how to install a reserve chute on their paramotors. I think the procedure is the same for any paramotor....read more
Tips and Tricks for Checking Airspace - In this Motor Minute, Shane gives a couple quick tips on checking airspace on the go during a hastily-planned flight. As paramotor pilots - we often find ourselves standing on the side of the road in an unfamiliar area, wanting...read more
Paramotor Reserve Tips from the pro's - Team Fly Halo Instructor Shane Denherder and Super Fly Instructor Chris Santacroce go over some of the basics that they share with their students. While this is not meant to be a comprehensive list of what you need to know - it...read more
Packing Your Glider for Shipping by Team Fly Halo - As paramotor pilots we rarely have a need to do an actual concertina fold on our paragliders. But when we do, it's sometimes hard to make it pretty if we're not practicing all the time. Here's a video to reference...read more
How to Put Your Glider Into a Stuff Sack The truth is - modern gliders do not like to be jammed in a bag in a careless way. If you're flying anything that uses a rigid structure to assist in holding the leading edge open - this Motor Minute is for you! Team Fly Halo...read more
How To Properly Lay Out Your Paraglider - In this video, BlackHawk's Head Instructor Rick Hallowes, teams up with company owner Mike Robinson to demonstrate an easy way to properly lay out your glider. This is an extremely important step in the pre-flight process and...read more