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FAR 103 is Alive and Well!

The TrikeBuggy PPG and Delta Trikes are inspired from designs that are both visually appealing and highly functional. Our Flying TrikeBuggies are all FAA Part 103 legal as Ultralight Vehicles, allowing us to realize and enjoy our dreams of flight.

Four Toys in One!

The TrikeBuggy gives you Four ways to play - as a powered paraglider trike, a delta hang glider trike and, when it gets too windy, as a landsailer and a kite buggy. This simple ultralight aircraft allows the user to adapt the buggy to their preferred use.


TrikeBuggy Classic

The Original TrikeBuggy was designed to allow PPG pilots to launch, fly and land easily with wheels.


TrikeBuggy Delta

The Delta version of the TrikeBuggy allows the use of a Hang Glider Wing to enjoy the magic of flight!



The Delta version of the TrikeBuggy allows the use of a Hang Glider Wing to enjoy the magic of flight!


Kite Buggy

Kite Buggying uses small parafoil kites to harness the energy of the wind to cruise at high speeds.

About the TrikeBuggy...

The TrikeBuggy is quite simply a microlight aircraft made for solo flight utilizing a PPG motor attached to a Flexifoil Kite Buggy with our unique frame design and a paraglider wing to achieve flight.

It is an extremely comfortable and easy to use personal aircraft that is just plain fun to fly! More...

The Magnificent Microlight!

With this simple PPG Trike, the control of the wing is as natural as a bird: dip your left arm like the wing on a bird, and your craft turns left! Look right and lower your right arm and you turn right. Level flight is done by having a relaxed, light touch of the hands on the toggles. Totally intuitive and completely natural feel compared with any other aircraft available today. More...

TrikeBuggy Training

TrikeBuggy has a complete syllabus and practical training course focused on the PPG Trike - specially designed to get you into the air quickly, confidently and safely!

PPG Trikes require a specific set of skills that are different from foot launched PPG. Mastering the inflation, taxiing, launching and landing techniques are the primary focus of our practical instruction, as well as al the other factors needed to be a competent pilot.

Watch videos of our students, many of which show their first flights on their new TrikeBuggies! More...

TrikeBuggy Delta is Here!

The first flight tests of the hang glider version of the TrikeBuggy were done on August 14, 2007 at El Mirage Dry Lake, CA. The glider used was a Wills Wing Falcon 1 Tandem 225 and the power was supplied by a Fresh Breeze Simonini paramotor.

The result was excellent! The first prototype was flown for over two hours, with over 40 touch-and-go launches and landings. Taxiing on this little buggy is a real pleasure! We have now had over a dozen days of testing, all of which have been successful! Photos... ...Video!

Coming soon - The Breakaway!

Lately, there's been a lot of discussion on a subject that's come up a couple of times before - the concept of launching on wheels just to get airborne, then leaving them behind to fly and land without the trike attached. The trike simply disengages as soon as the pilot attains flight. The pilot will still have to land on their feet, and the trike will have to be removed from the launching field by someone.

Quite often, there is no wind early when launching, but by the time we are finshed flying, there is sometimes a breeze to land with. Some pilots still like to feel the freedom of the PPG harness only while flying, but have a hard time launching in nil winds. Soon, pilots will be able to take advantage of our latest offering - The TrikeBuggy Breakaway! More to come soon, but here's the first VIDEO of a couple of launches, and some more pictures.

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DISCLAIMER: Please read and be sure you thoroughly understand this disclaimer before flying a TrikeBuggy. Trike 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. PPG and Hang Glider Trike flying is a dangerous sport and may result in injury and death even when practiced by a competent pilot using proper equipment. TrikeBuggies 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 Trike flying, and all responsibility for any property damage, injury, or death which may result from your use of this TrikeBuggy. Safe operation of the TrikeBuggy requires a pilot proficiency equivalent to that of a BFI (Basic Flight Instructor), as well as an equivalent level of knowledge and understanding of those wind and weather conditions which may compromise the pilot's safe control of the TrikeBuggy. In particular, be advised that gusty winds or turbulent conditions may interfere with even an expert pilot's ability to safely control the TrikeBuggy, and may cause it to crash. Never take anything for granted in Trike Flying. If you are in doubt about anything, stop and figure it out or call TrikeBuggy. Also please read our Warning and Caution!

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