You asked, we deliver. Team Fly Halo will begin guided paramotor tours starting December of 2014 with an invite-only tour to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Enjoy six days of flying the beaches and mountains of the southern Baja peninsula. Lodging, guiding, activities, and ferrying of equipment from the US is included in the tour price. If a member prefers to rent a paramotor for the trip, we gotcha covered on that too.
Team Fly Halo members get first shot at a slot. If you didn’t get an invite, but are interested in joining – fill out the contact form below to tell us about you. Invitations will include all pertinent details.
The first tour runs December 7th – 14th.
Cost for the tour is $2200. This includes ferrying of your equipment from Southern California, lodging, guiding, in-and-around travel, one catered meal per day, extra-curricular activities through the week (fishing, whale-watching), an unforgettable experience, and a $10 gift card to In-n-Out burger.
For members that would prefer to rent a paramotor vs. ship theirs to SoCal, contact us to make arrangements and check additional expense.
Stay tuned to our newsletter and Facebook event for more details.
Later on this month, Team Fly Halo will be joined by Miroslav Svec, the lead designer of SCOUT and Javi Malaguita for a 2 week tour of the Southwestern USA. We will be hitting up some breathtaking spots like MOAB, Monument Valley, the Grand Canyon and more (top secret) to capture some amazing footage.
We will be joined by Ryan Southwell and company who will be fully immersed in the adventure with Octocopters and more. We plan on going big with this filming project!
Can you imagine it now? Infinity tumbling insanity with Javi, amazing scenery, endless shenanigans, awesome people. We are really looking forward to it! The Team Fly Halo tour kicks off in 2 weeks!
From August 22nd-September 3rd, Team Fly Halo will still be in full operation for sales and service but due to limited cell availability – we may be a little slower to respond than usual.
Check out the latest video from Niviuk showcasing their brand new Kougar 2 paramotor reflex wing. It’s awesome to see the passion that went into this video. Makes you want to go flying doesn’t it?
The Kougar 2 is Niviuks Intermediate/ Advanced paramotor wing offering a wide speed range, full reflex and the all new RAM profile. RAM creates a very stable paramotor wing that is highly efficient.
Psssst! This is the new paramotor cage system from SCOUT Paramotors.
We’d like to introduce you to the stronger, more durable frame system capable of running a variety of different engines with both left turning and right turning props. This new design features a stainless steel cage and skid system that will be able to take a beating and fly another day.
The SCOUT Enduro is the beginner pilot setup we’ve all been waiting for. It’s definitely not just for beginners though, this unit will handle nearly just as well in the sky as the Carbon model but with the added durability on the ground. SCOUT team pilot Javier Lopez is currently flying the Enduro at the World Slalom championships and is doing quite well. He’s running a Polini Thor 250 out back for insane amounts of power.
We will have more details and published numbers on the SCOUT Enduro in the coming weeks. Until then, we’ll be leaking more photos of the unit so stay tuned for more!
Parajet Paramotors recently got some much appreciated love from BBC at the Farnborough Air Show in the UK. The Interview with Parajet Paramotors showcased the Parajet Zenith and the new Parajet SkyCar. They also went over some potential uses and the one we all love so much called “fun.”
Our good buddy Othar Lawrence of Redbull can be seen cruising low and fast, check it out!
The latest video from Fly Halo East brought to you by Jeff and his local adrenaline seeking friends. Jeff decided to shoot some close ups of his friend pulling some nasty wheelies on his Ducati Hypermotard.
Check out the clip and enjoy the latest paramotor video to come out of Chesapeake VA. Only 1 camera was used in the making of this video.
Jeff is rocking the SCOUT 185 Carbon paramotor, nice shots!
The Niviuk Kougar 2 paramotor wing landed in the USA last week and we’ve been thrilled to say the least. Unfortunately, weather has not been cooperating with us but we did manage to get in a short 20 minute flight to capture some rather stunning footage. Thanks to James Allred for filming and editing, you make us look good buddy!
We hope to get more testing in soon of the Niviuk Kougar 2 and we’ll be doing a detailed review in the near future. The Niviuk Dobermann is also going to be coming over the pond soon, we hope to see it in early July so we can begin testing on that as well. Patience!! 🙂
SCOUT Paramotors has just passed a pretty significant milestone after completing EN testing on the SCOUT harness. The load testing surpassed 5,000 pounds of pressure on the harness which is the equivalent to 15g’s!
The SCOUT harness is certified according to European Standard EN 1651 to 5,058.2025 pounds.
What does that even mean? Pilots can fly the SCOUT with the comfort of knowing they can throw whatever they want at the SCOUT harness in an aerial assault of acro. The SCOUT harness is up to the task. A pilot with the in flight weight of 330 pounds (150KG) can pull a whopping 15G’s and maintain certification. The testing was done with the SCOUT swing arms and hinge system in place to ensure the SCOUT under load will handle extreme G forces. At that amount of G force, they would be long passed out before any structural failures!
Congratulations to the SCOUT team in Slovakia as well as the gifted harness design company that helped make this a reality!
Nothing but good vibes at this years Endless Foot Drag Fly In. Seriously, it was a great time had by all. Britton Shaw of River Valley Paragliding was quite the host and even gave Jeff some delicious honey buns. What a nice guy!
The freshest guy in the sky – Photo by Blannie Wagner
Every single session we spent on the sod farm was flyable and pilots took full advantage. We had a large number of pilots test fly the SCOUT paramotor and had great feedback from all.
Formation work – photo by Blannie Wagner
Thanks again River Valley Paragliding and Britton Shaw for being such great hosts.
Road Trip! Team Fly Halo pilots Jeff Toll and Shane Denherder will be heading to this years Endless Foot Drag Fly in being held just outside of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Both Shane and Jeff will be there from Thursday to Sunday.
Two demo SCOUT paramotors will be available for interested pilots as well. Just be sure to let us know if you want to demo before we take off with your ride!
For more info on the Endless Foot Drag, be sure to join the discussion on their Facebook page here. Endless fresh Bermuda sod will be provided to drag your feet on all day (or your butt).