The Complete Guide to the Icarus Trophy – The Toughest Paramotor Race in the World.

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No one did that before Most of our PPG flights are around our backyard in a known environment. Doesn‘t it get a little boring after a while? And suddenly a bunch of pilots decide to strap the sleeping bag onto the paramotor and leave for the unknown. This race is one of its kind. No such thing has been done before. Ever. Flying paramotors over 1900 kilometres. It’s like from Copenhagen to Barcelona. Oh yeah, it was F*far. Across 5 states from glaciers at the border with Canada to the desert at Las Vegas Fly all day, regardless of weather and turbulence … Continued

The Toll Road

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Paramotoring in a way you have never seen before. A movie, that will change your point of view on this sport forever. A documentary if you like, about an adventure across the American southwest with breathtaking scenery above the beautiful Monument Valley, Salt Flats, Burning man festival and others. A movie with, extraordinary pilots, outstanding action and locations like no other. We could not think a better way of representing this sport better than with the TOLL ROAD movie. Special thanks to Ryan Southwell, TEAM FLY HALO, and everybody who helped in the creation of this tribute to Jeff Toll … Continued

A paramotor race like no other

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The toughest, longest  and possibly  one of the hardest paramotor race on the world . That or this is the ICARUS Trophy!! A race like no other, where the pilots fly  from dusk till dawn across the wilderness of USA, from Eatonville,WA to Valley Springs, CA. So, who was able to take part/enter the ICARUS  Trophy? Literally anybody, with a paramotor, a valid licence, a massive pair of balls and a good amount of  bravery. Good amount of bravery and that balls thing, but why? Just imagine yourself sitting in a harness from 8 to 10 hours a day, couple of … Continued

1000+ km trip on SCOUT

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1000+ km trip on SCOUT I have strapped a sleeping bag to the SCOUT and packed a bottle of oil. Together with my pal Roman we took off for a full bivouac PPG trip around Slovakia. We landed at petrol stations for refueling or to find some shelter for the night. What an amazing adventure. More than 1000 kilometers to see castles and fortresses, high mountains or lakes, cities and rural vilages, sunshine or fog and rain. This trip was made to promote PPG and it was a great success. See photogallery in major newspapers in Slovakia: http://www.sme.sk/c/6928849/letecke-zabery-z-cesty-okolo-slovenska.html[/themecolor]   Will … Continued

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