Fresh Breeze Xcitor 103 Single Trike

Are You Excited Now?

The Xcitor 103 Single trike is a new development by Fresh Breeze in 2007. The first prototype machine is pictured. The safety and airworthiness inspection required in germany the DULV is in progress as well. German ultralight authority, unlike the USA, regulate ultralights.

It is the answer to these common questions posed about the limits of the paraglider and motor unit:

• Can I easily learn to fly it ?
• Can this equipment be transported easily?
• Can I start flying right away with confidence, with as small of a risk as possible?
• Can I land very safely, even with the most unfavorable conditions ?
• Can I fly in no wind or higher winds with ease and safety?

Latest news:

Ultralight Xcitor, 250 lbs, single seat, no license required. PPG/PPC hybrid 24 meter Xwing. 45 mph top speed, 50 HP Wankel Rotary engine. Road towable. Currently in flight testing, available soon. Pictures of the prototype are below.

Target Price: $13000.00 to $16000.00 depending on equipment.

More pictures sent from Michel in Belgium:

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