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The New Generation of Light Paramotors is Born!


Do you have Flying Dreams?

Experience the Freedom of Powered Paragliding!

Chances are, you have seen these remarkable flying machines flying around somewhere, and have wanted to find out what all the buzz is all about. This sport is growing by leaps and bounds, and the Miniplane is by far the lightest, easiest and most reliable paramotor available today. A recent Independent Paramotor Owners Survey from 2011 shows the highest overall satisfaction of the Miniplane. Find a Miniplane Dealer near you!

 


 

Featuring the Powerful
Top 80 Engine

 

The philosophy of a reliable mini-motor, combined with optimizing the resonance of the exhaust provides the pilot:

  • Light weight
  • Less vibration
  • Easier to start
  • Less fuel = less to carry
  • Less weight means a lighter frame
  • Less weight in flight means you can use a paraglider that is smaller and easier to inflate
  • Less weight gives you the ability to launch easier and under control - not struggling with a heavy load

The increase in performance of modern paragliders makes it possible to fly with almost one-half the power of a few years ago.

A little two-stroke engine, built with modern technology, can offer more then enough reliable power and much less weight. This makes the critical take-off run easier and safer.

Click the image to the right to see and download our new Miniplane-USA Brochure! Or, if you are ready to experience the Miniplane Paramotor first hand, find a DEALER near you!

 

Now also available with these great engines:

Minari Engine Polini Engine

 

 

 


 

WHY CERTIFIED?

The benefits of using USPPA Certified instructors

 

USPPA
The government does not regulate paramotor instruction. No license is required and anyone can hang out a shingle calling themselves an instructor. The problem is, how does a new pilot know whether the individual or school follows safe practices, has a thorough training program or even has the knowledge and skills to teach students? That is why we have a certification program.

The USPPA syllabus covers all the essential knowledge and skills that we feel should be included during training for the PPG1 (first solo), PPG2 (pilot) and PPG3 (advanced pilot) stages. The PPG2 rating is what we consider the minimum for a pilot to be ready to set out on their own. More...

 

 

CROSSING OVER?

From Free Flight to Paramotoring and vice versa...

The Miniplane ABM Paramotor with the Low Hangpoint Weight Shift Harness allows the pilot to feel their glider and the air! Couple this lightweight, yet powerful motor with a modern efficient paraglider, and you have the recipe for much more airtime! Have a look at our Crossover Clinic designed specifically for those ready for more flying!


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DISCLAIMER: Please read and be sure you thoroughly understand this disclaimer before flying a Paramotor. Paramotor and Paraglider flying is an extremely demanding sport requiring exceptional levels of attention, judgment, maturity and self discipline. It is unlikely that you will be able to participate in it safely unless you make a conscious and continual commitment to your own safety. Powered Paragliding is a dangerous sport and may result in injury and death even when practiced by a competent pilot using proper equipment. Paramotors are not covered by product liability insurance, nor have they been designed manufactured or tested to any federal or state government airworthiness standards or regulations. Do not fly them unless you are willing to assume personally all risks in the sport of Paramotoring, and all responsibility for any property damage, injury, or death which may result from your use of this aircraft. Safe operation of a Paramotor is the responsibility of the Pilot in Command. It requires knowledge and understanding of wind and weather conditions which may compromise the pilot's safe control of the Paramotor. In particular, be advised that gusty winds or turbulent conditions may interfere with even an expert pilot's ability to safely control the aircraft, and may cause it to crash. Never take anything for granted in Paramotor flying. If you are in doubt about anything, stop and figure it out or call us or a Certified Instructor. Also please read our Warning and Caution!
 
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