Paramotor Review - BlackHawk's NEW AirMax 220 Powered Paraglider!




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Gordon Woodroffe: nice

abusiveFIRE: Buying my first paramotor in the spring, one question though...I want to get the standing+sitting combo BUT it doesn't look like the quad has an on-board motor. Would I need a truck every time I wanted to fly or is there any way to get the quad to drive around 20-30mph? This is essentially the perfect flying car, cheaper than any new car. It blows my mind that so few people use these for city travel...

matt smith: i want to get into this and i have a week off next week but i don't have 10k to drop on a new unit what do you suggest

Любовь Габунова: Красивое видео.

ANNAI89: Hello Mike, Does airmax 220 engine suitable/power enough for tandem flight.

Thanks

khaled naser:  Very soon to have the full package ....thanks Mike

Wise Student: I notice it takes a long run to get up....I don't see you going to high.....Are you under powered with a quad ???  Can you climb over the mountains ??

Russ Bateman: I want it,  I have heard nothing but good thing about the AirMax I am glad you have the HE motors in the Black Hawk frames, great combination. 

PICKENSSTEVE: That was cool I got an older one but that one is neat

BlackHawk Paramotor: That was an error.... The AirMax has a powerful motor on it. The MAX pilot weight for the AirMax is 340 lbs. The stats are updated on our website.

Roundhat: i'm liking it.

LARRY MCKENZIE: So if u weigh more than 165 lbs. u too heavy?
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Paramotor Review - BlackHawk's NEW AirMax 220 Powered Paraglider! 5 out of 5

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Paramotor Review - BlackHawk's NEW AirMax 220 Powered Paraglider!