Comfort Bar Adapters
For Attaching Motors to the TrikeBuggy using Comfort Bar Receptacles
Comfort Bar Adapters
These clamps allow pilots to mount paramotors with comfort bar receptacles to the TrikeBuggy. While we have found that these are not always necessary, they do offer an option to securely attach the paramotor frame to the rear of the TrikeBuggy.
Comfort Bar Adapters can also be used as "keepers" with a piece of hose tubing slid onto the adapter to center the Paramotor on the rear of the TrikeBuggy. Simply position the adapter on either side of the frame and use our double-sided Velcro Straps to secure the engine. This only works with the standard TrikeBuggy where the Paramotor sits on the rear axle.
Comfort Bar Adapters are available in 1" and 1.5" versions (Classic or Bullet) and made specifically for most paramotors on the market, just make sure to indicate in the notes the size and Paramotor brand when ordering. Sold in pairs.
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