An Experience Like No Other

Get ready for the ride of your life. Paragliding is the simplest form of flight: no plane, no windows, just you floating on air. A paraglider is a foot-launched inflatable wing. It is easy to transport, easy to launch, and easy to land! The About PPG Brochure answers most common questions – Available for download and print.

dvd-riskrewardRisk & Reward, The Essential DVD
This 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.
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USPPA StoreUSPPA StoreA 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.

Best Practices for Paramotor ActivityParamotoring is skyrocketing in popularity. Help keep it safe and desirable but most of all, with the exception of some very simple rules in FAR Part 103, almost entirely self regulated. Nobody likes noise polution or irresponsible behavior. Check out the USPPA’s Best Practices for Paramotoring here.

Know of an Accident/Incident?Help us learn from mistakes already made and establish likelihood by reporting incidents. They can be completely anonymous. If you have had, or know of, an accident or potential accident or near accident or unsafe condition, please share it on our incident database.

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Franklin Sunset
Pilot: Brandon McCloud
Photographer: Brandon McCloud
Location: Franklin, Ohio

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