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Power Gliders:

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   Ozone Paragliders

Ozone Power Gliders:

   Roadrunner Kiting
   Spark 2
   Mojo Power 2
   Kona 2
   Roadster 3
   Spyder 3
   Speedster 3
   Sirocco 3
   Viper 4
   Triox 2
   Custom Colors

Speedster Power Glider

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 as many of these are not suitable for new pilots, no matter how good the price is!

Ozone Triox Power Glider for PPG Trikes
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!

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