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Here is the scoop on flying a powered paraglider. Need an
is a list of certified schools. Powered Paragliding is the simplest, most
portable, affordable, and possibly the safest way to
get into the airóbut get un-biased
advice to avoid disappointing and sometimes dangerous sales
information. Heavily marketed hype, especially on YouTube, is a sure
sign of bad information.
USPPA Convention March 21-23, 2014
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by Jeff Goin.
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Risk & Reward, The Essential DVD
It is the essential DVD for aspiring Powered Paragliding Pilots. If there's only one DVD you see about PPG, Risk & Reward
with William Shatner should be it! Our sport is probably the safest form
of powered recreational flying but there are risks. Thankfully, there
are great ways to reduce those risks, too.
A number of USPPA
logo'd merchandise items are available for purchase from the USPPA
Store. You can see pictures and make purchases on line. Sales of these items help support our mission of helping the sport.
Join in a public discussion group for all subjects related to Powered
Paragliding: the PPGbigList
(moderated) or PPGList
USPPA membership not required nor does USPPA have any control over them.
Be ready for candid, sometimes aggressive discussion of various
topics. Even the moderated forums can be lacking in tact, at best!
Membership includes 10 issues of Powered Sport Flying magazine coverage. Don't miss another issue!
This About PPG Brochure
answers most common questions.
You can download and print it or buy
professionally printed versions here for $15 per 100.
Poll: Had a motor out?
Don't Fly Here: TFR's: FAA
A label that should adorn every paramotor.
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