The Jet paramotoring video shows the twin Olympus Jets being flown at the Buttermere Bash.
This model was also used during our Tandem Flights.
Paramotor pilots love our Jets as they are so easy to fly, and a lot more fun than traditional propellers.
It’s quieter for the pilot as all the noise is directed to the rear, but it’s definitely louder for by-standers from behind, after all, it is a Jet.
Flying a Jet Paramotor means no propeller torque, and it’s lighter and easier to manoeuvre.
We’ve taken them skiing in Scotland as well as using them on dry ski slope material.
We’ve even tried grass skis, but these are trickier to master than normal skis.
Jet cycling is also a lot of fun, and our next step is to use the Jets with a BMX bike for some unique stunts.
These videos show the flying harness being used for skiing, cycling and boarding, but we’re in the process of making some ground harnesses to make the Jets even better for ground use.
Jet boarding is also something we’re trying, but it’s early days yet. Snow boarding and grass boarding will add to our Jet Adventure plans.
How you use the Jets will be defined by your interest in one of the many sports that it can be used for.
In all cases doing some static ground handling practice to learn how to start, stop and control the throttle is where it all starts.
Once you’ve mastered the basics, then the fun starts with some dynamic flying manoeuvres.
We first flew a Jet Powered Paraglider back in 2006, but the Jets at that time were a nightmare to start and use.
It all started in 2006.
Finally, jet technology and wing designs have caught up with our dream of Jet Speed Flying.