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New SPARK 2

We are happy to announce that new Spark 2 is now available to order.

Spark 2 is a paramotor wing designed specifically for schools and beginner pilots. With an intelligent use of materials chosen for their specific function, the Spark 2 is made with longevity and cost effectiveness in mind. It offers all of the ingredients for students to learn safely and make quick progress, while providing schools with a dependable and long-lasting platform for their fleet of gliders. The Spark 2 is EN and DGAC certified, comes in three sizes with broad weight ranges up to 140 kg and special paramotor risers with trimmers covering all configurations. 

Ask the nearest Ozone dealer for more information, demos and prices!

More info: Spark 2 product page.

New Tandem wing – MagMax 2

We are happy to announce that new MagMax 2 is now available to order.

The MagMax 2 is designed for professional tandem pilots. This all new design includes significant upgrades in durability, comfort, and ease, with massive improvements in the areas of launch, landing, and in-flight agility. 

Designed primarily for foot launched tandem paramotoring, the MagMax 2 can also be used with lightweight trike units. Certified EN B in both 38 and 41 sizes, the MagMax 2 is suitable for experienced, qualified tandem pilots.

More info on MagMax 2 product page.

MagMax 2 is ready to order from your local Ozone distributor.

Nicolas wins Andalucian Paramotor Race 482 km

Andalucian Paramotor Race 2019 organized by Mario de Eolox  took place on 9 – 10 February. 28 best pilots from Spain intended to fly a long cross country of 482 km from Huelva to Almeria.  All pilots had a ground crew following them and were allowed to land for fueling. Ozone Team pilot Nicolas Aubert flying his Viper 4 and PAP Tinox with Thor 200 managed to make it first to the goal!

Nicolas Aubert reports: “I am very happy to won the Race. I flew total 482 km from Huelva to Almería. It has been one of the hardest flights I have ever made in my life! It took me nearly 9 hours with 3 fuel stops. Total flight time was 6 h 30 min at maximum speed. The last section from Guadix to Almeria was the hardest, I was so tired that my legs were shaking, but at the end we made it! I would like to thank my ground crew: Pierre Aubert and Juan Morillas.  I am also grateful for excellent and reliable equipment, PAP paramotor and Ozone Viper 4, fast, good performance and solid glider!”

Congratulations from all Ozone Team!

1600 km XC in Brazil

Earlier this year, two pilots Kester Haynes (Ozone Freeride) and Daniel Rodrigues (Ozone Roadster 3 26) planned 10 days cross country flight, with a goal to design a route for the 2019 Icarus Trophy Race. They flew total distance of 1600 km having a ground crew support of three 4×4 cars. Kester describes it shortly as “next level adventure”

Kester reports:

“Daniel and I set off on our mission with all the kit we would expect an Icarus Trophy pilot to carry, its heavy! Although we would be carrying everything as if unsupported – Race Class style – we had made pre arranged meeting points with our ground crew, more like Adventure Class.

The landscape, terrain and fuel availability for the first couple of days, was a gentle warm up. Then leaving the hills behind, comes the Pantanal – the World largest tropical wetland area. This is where you feel like you’re entering another world. I never could have imagined what it felt like to fly over this wild and difficult place! To try to put the remoteness of the landscape into perspective, we often flew for a couple of hours and then the support cars had to take a 14 hours route!  Apart from my brain continuously trying to figure out how we would run the Trophy here, the overriding fact I couldn’t get over was how the Paramotor is simply the best way the explore this stunning place.

Only a couple of hundred Kilometres in, you start to feel a huge sense of freedom and remoteness. Only passing the occasional farm, the wild stretches in-between are crowded with wildlife, most of which would not be friendly companions to be grounded alongside!

On a couple of legs crossing the Pantanal, we knew we would not have any support from our ground crew. I think I can speak for both pilots when I say these legs were the best. Being self-sufficient was a great feeling, carrying everything you need to survive with your own aircraft, as well as added pressure of knowing you can make very few mistakes in order to make it out of there alive!

Leaving the Pantanal behind and entering more familiar territory of farmland, we B-lined for Benito, were we will be hosting the finish line ceremonies. This was yet another complete shock to the senses, we ended up in the middle of a Lasso competition. Cowboys and cowgirls everywhere, banging music, and one mega party!…

The Pantanal is defiantly a next level adventure”

Cheers form all Ozone Team.

OZONE TEAM – WORLD SLALOM CHAMPIONS

The 3rd World Paramotor Slalom Championships took place in the beautiful Lake Qarun in Fayoum District in Egypt, near Cairo.
 
50 pilots from 13 countries were competing  during 7 days. In spite of windy weather during the first 3 days, the organiser Sky Sports Egypt and Competition Director Jose Ortega managed to run a successful competition with over 10 tasks before the finals runs made by the best pilots.
 
Hot weather and constantly changing wind conditions were not easy for the pilots and organisers with many pilots making mistakes or experiencing engine difficulties and ending in the water. Watching final task between 22-18-12-8-6-3 and 2 best pilots is always a very exciting experience.
 
Team Ozone is very proud to have the best Slalom pilots in the World!:
 
Alex Mateos (France) finished 1st with World Champion title flying Freeride 14
 
Nicolas Auber (France) – 2nd flying Viper 4 14
 
Marie Mateos (France) – 1st Female World Champion and 6th in overall flying Freeride 14
 
Boris TYSEBAERT (France) – 3rd in a single trike category flying Viper 4 15
 
Big Congratulations to all pilots for their excellent performance and results.
 
Cheers from all the Team

Coupe Icare 2018

For the 19th year in a row Ozone Team attended Coupe Icare of St Hilaire meeting you at Alixa stand. Once again Mathieu De Quillacq surprised everyone with his original idea of the most non-commercial display.

OZONE Team pilots, Alex Mateos and Nicolas Aubert participated in the Parabatix Sky Race (slalom / precision competition), which took place on plateau of St Hilaire and the landing of Lumbin during three days of the event. There were 10 top pilots competing from the international scene. Nicolas flew his new Viper 4 14 finished 2nd Congrats to all of the pilots and thank you for a great show!

Also, on Saturday afternoon the crowds enjoyed a PPG show put on by Alex, Nico, Marie and Raffaele Benetti.

Thank you to everyone who took time to visit our stand. It was great to see old friends and meet new ones.