6000 mile Adventure
Earlier this year, French American pilot Jean Francois Chabaud flew 6000 miles paramotor tour across America! This is by far the longest distance ever attempted and achieved by paramotor!
He was flying Ozone Roadster 3 in size 22m and supported by ground crew along the route.
“Total forty days of flying: San Diego, California to Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida then Mexico.
Distance flown: 6,150 miles and only driving 60 miles in US and 200 miles in Mexico.
Launched and landing at the same spot 98% of the time.
My The longest flying day was 8.5 h! The biggest and fastest distance was over 1,000 miles distance flown in just four days!
This epic adventure had its highs and lows, literally… from sea level to 9,600 ft
My top speed was approximately 81.4 mph (131 kmh) above Mobile, Alabama.
I had about 40 deflations, including six major deflations but the great Ozone Roadster 3 saved my life many times as it’s such a good and safe xc wing.
This Roadster 3 wing is brilliant, fun to fly!”
If you want to meet Jean and chat about his epic adventure, he will be attending some events in Europe this year, like Parafest in UK (July) and Coupe Icare in September in France. Congratulations to Jean. We are looking forward to see his next adventure!
Cheers from all Ozone Team