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January 15, 2018

Ozone is excited to announce that young Nicolas Aubert has joined our team. Nicolas is 20 years young, and has been flying paramotor since he was only 13 years old - thanks to his father, who is one of the... Read More

Flying 1900 km unsupported – Icarus Trophy on the Viper

December 16, 2016

Most of our flights are in the 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... Read More

Three New World Records by Ozone Pilots

June 15, 2013

During last World Paramotor Championship, in Marugan, Spain, three Ozone pilots achieved World Records for Time on a Precision Circuit (Clover leaf Slalom) in 3 different classes: Class PF1 (foot launch overall) - Alex Mateos (FR) flying Viper 20 and... Read More

Ozone Pilots Win with the Slalom

April 9, 2013

The new Slalom has been piloted to several wins already this year in the beginning of the 2013 competition season. At the Expo Montegrappa, a majority of the pilots were flying Ozone, although there were several team pilots from other... Read More

Endless foot drag with Daniel Rodrigues @danielparajet

Images by @oraony
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! @jeanfrancoischabaud
He was flying Ozone Roadster 3 in size 22m and supported by ground crew along the route.
Jean reports:
“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 (2926 m)!
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 seeing his next adventure!
Cheers from all Ozone Team
Blue Lines
By @danielparajet
Pilot: @victormotta1995
Location: 🇧🇷 Brazil
2019 French Paramotor Championships was held in ULM Airfield Couhe-Verac from 29 June till 6th July. There were total 35 pilots competing in class PF1 (solo foot launch), 9 light single trikes and 4 double trikes.  PF1 pilots flew total 13 tasks and trikes 11 tasks.
Alex and Marie Mateos won the competition taking 1st (Alex) and 2nd (Marie) place. Both of them were flying with Viper 4 16. @marie_mateos @mateosalexandre ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Alex Mateos reports: “First of all, I am very happy with the performance of my equipment. Despite of tough condition and hot weather my engine was working really well. I am very impressed by speed and stability of my Viper 4 sometimes we were flying in a really strong wind, reaching speed up to 100 km/h! I started this competition a bit distracted, because I lost podium in French Championships in 2011 on the same airfield, it was the moment, when I first met Marie and fall in love” .
Marie says: “I am very happy with my final results. I think I started this competition really focused not to make any mistake, even small, possibly demanding too much of myself. But during competition, I manage to relax a little bit and really enjoy 2nd part of the competition when I won pure eco task. I won 3 tasks.”
Big congratulations to all the pilots for their excellent results.
We are pleased to see Ozone TriOx’s debut in classic competition. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Two trike tandem teams were using TriOx 38 finishing on the 2nd and 3rd place in the Competition:

Vincent Beutter / Pascal Malochet – 2nd
Christophe Gloriant / Sigrid Sigorel – 3rd
Photos: Marie Chapacou, Alain Fremond, Pascal Malochet, Marie and Alex Mateos
Ozone Team pilot, Alex Mateos @mateosalexandre flying his Freeride during the Coupe Icare 2018

Clip by @emiliaplak

Ozone Pilots Win at 2012 World Championships

September 4, 2012

After a three year hiatus, (the last World Paramotor Championships were in the Czech Republic in 2009) the 7th World Paramotor Championships took place in a small airfield in Marugan, Spain (close to Madrid). 118 pilots and co-pilots from 17... Read More

More Slalom Wins by Ozone Pilots

June 19, 2012

Another Slalom event has taken place in France, at the Slalomania Tour Vosges. Ozone Team Pilots Alex and Mathieu finished first and second, respectively. Mathieu Rouanet reports: "Pilots ran a total of 15 tasks around the pylons, and we could... Read More

Ozone Pilots Harvest Gold at French PPG Champs

June 7, 2012

The 2012 French National PPG Championships have come to a close, and Ozone Pilots took gold in 4 out of the 5 events. -Alex Mateos: 2012 French Paramotor Champion flying his Viper 2 20m -Coralie Mateos: 2012 French Women's Paramotor... Read More

Mathieu Sets New World Record

December 10, 2009

The FAI has just ratified Mathieu Rouanet's smoking fast flight through the clover leaf course, at 38.976 seconds. Mathieu was flying a small size of the Ozone Viper, and he reckons that this record might stand for a while. The... Read More