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TrikeBuggy Bullet Tandem Trike
Using the Ozone Triox

New Parallel Steering System!

TrikeBuggy Bullet Tandem Trike

With the Ozone Triox 2

TrikeBuggy PPG:
   Bullet Tandem
   Bullet/Motor Combos

Tandem Options:
   Azusa Wheels
   Tri-Star Wheels
   Wide GZ Wheels
   Extended Footpegs
   Parallel Foot Steering
   Bullet Line Guides
   Foot Straps

   Why Certified?

PPG Trikes:
   More PPG Trikes
   Foot Launched PPG
   Tandem Trike Flights
   Free Flight Paragliding

The TrikeBuggy Bullet Tandem is our 2-place machine made for the enjoyment of two occupants.

In the USA, Ultralight PPG Tandem Trikes are now legal under FAA Part 103 as an Ultralight Vehicle or Aircraft for USPPA Certified Instructors to use as a training tool.

The TrikeBuggy Bullet Tandem PPG Trike uses an incredibly robust Stainless Steel Kite Buggy as the foundation for this unique PPG Trike. The design is based on our popular TrikeBuggy Bullet with beautiful extra-long Bullet curved tubes. It is also quite easy to dismount the motor for use as foot launch or to transport.

The low CG (center of gravity) is the same as the TrikeBuggy Bullet, since we are using the same low seat and comfortable reclined seat position made possible by the Stainless Steel Buggy. At 7" off the ground, this is the lowest pilot seat of any ultralight aircraft available today.

The TrikeBuggy Tandem also incorporates our latest innovation - the TrikeBuggy Low Hangpoint System. This allows the use of virtually any Tandem Paraglider wing whether it has trimmers or not. The risers are positioned much lower than most PPG Trikes, bringing the brake position down to a comfortable reach for even the shortest pilots. This system is unique in the industry, since it allows the pilots to use their regular Tandem Certified 2-place paraglider without making any modifications to it.

The Low Hangpoint System is also noteworthy because it literally ties the paraglider to the Buggy, eliminating the need for any kind of harness system. You simply sit down and fasten your seat belt and go fly!

The new TrikeBuggy Bullet Tandem also features our new Parallel Steering System, allowing the pilot to sit in either the front or rear seat and be able the steer the trike during take-off and landing as long as the throttle is long enough.

When assembled, the TrikeBuggy Deluxe V3.2 is 73" long (tip to tip on tires) and 63" wide, but the Slider axles can be shortened to less than 3 feet wide!

Pilot can sit in either the front or rear seat as long as the throttle is long enough. Steering while launching and landing is made easy with the Parallel Steering System. Rear seat is positioned higher so it is easy to see over the front occupant.




  • Made from Chromed and Stainless Steel, classic TrikeBuggy quality!
  • Lower seat in front offers great visibility for both Pilot and Tandem Student!
  • Includes new "Low Hangpoint" design!
  • Includes the new Parallel Steering System!
  • Includes Kayak style Front Seat support!
  • Includes new Toolkit Rear Seat Booster and Seat Pad!
  • Accepts most any Paramotor!


TrikeBuggy Bullet Tandem PPG Trike

Using the Ozone MagMax 2 Tandem Power Glider


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