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Paragliders:
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Paramotors:
   Miniplane
   Miniplane Moster Plus
   Miniplane Minari
   Minari Paramotor
   Impuls Parts
PPG Trikes:
   TrikeBuggy
   Impuls FX-1 Trike
   Airone Trikes
   Airone Tandem Trike
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   Motors
   Trikes
   Propellers
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Paragliders & Power Gliders


Today's modern paraglider is a marvel of fabric and lines. Now certified to strict standards, the new wings are safer, more stable and have better performance than ever before.

Your paraglider wing will be your most important purchase. We recommend new students always buy their first glider from their instructor. The instructor will assist the student with the decision of which type, level and size of wing is appropriate for them. Please beware of buying a used glider from an ad or eBay!

Many of the paraglider manufacturers are now making a specific wing for powered paragliding. They have features such as shorter risers, trimmers, brake length adjustments (so you can fly them with or without power) and superior launch and landing characteristics. Ask us about these wings today!


 

Ozone Power Gliders

Ozone


 


Ozone Power Gliders

Ozone was created in 1998 by a group of passionate PG pilots from England, including the only double world champions of hang gliding and paragliding; Rob Whittall and John Pendry.

 

 

The aim was to create a company of pilots designing wings for pilots to give performance at all levels, never forgetting safety. Today Ozone is one the top companies in paragliding and power kites and is working hard to bring those talents to the paramotoring and kitesurfing worlds.

 

 

Mathieu Rouanet, originally a free flight paraglider pilot, flew paramotors with a standard paraglider from Ozone and loved the feel of it. Being seriously involved in the competition scene, he came to us to see if we would be interested to make a special PPG wing for him to be more competitive.

 

 

The goal was to keep the excellent performance in sink rate and glide of our paragliders, the lightness and ease of inflation, the “Ozone” touch in the handling, but adding the possibility of reaching very high speed plus high stability to compete against the “Reflex” type wings, which at the time were setting new standards in PPG competitions. This is how Ozone became seriously involved in paramotoring in 2005.

 

 

Have a look at the Ozone Power Glider lineup with the links to the left, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions at info@miniplane-usa.com

Many of our clients are also "crossover" pilots, these are pilots that also fly without power, but want a glider to be able to do both Paragliding and Paramotoring. The gliders listed to the left under Ozone Gliders are all very good for crossover use. As always, you are welcome to contact us with any questions you may have about this.

 


 

 


 
Featuring Motors By:

Miniplane Paramotors
 
Vittorazi Paramotors
 
Minari Paramotors


Featuring Wings By:

Ozone Paragliders
 

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