Orange Sky AmiGo ParaTrike


Orange Sky's Description:

Flying Para-trike is much more fun than simple paramotor, forget the clumsy running before take-off, even in totally calm weather conditions it is no problem for excellent start with paratrike. The same engines are used for trikes as for paramotors but the trike is balanced for excellent flying position when you are sitting in comfortable seat, not a soft usual paramotor harness. In cases when you are forced to land in down-wind direction there are no problem because you have wheels, which assist you for smooth landing, and with paramotors in same case you would probably have had a crash landing. And especially for those who like to fly tandem trike is a new discovery, much more safer and easier flying than ever before.

Our team has a goal and need to seek for the best, so for 2009 we have a brand new design single seated trike, which will be first shown in BigBoysToys exhibition in Abu Dhabi. Not only design was changed, it is lighter, easy assembled, bigger diameter of propellers gives more thrust and 12 liter fuel tank gives you at least 3 hours of flight time, simmonini MINI 2+ engine is used as standard package.

 




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