Based on the Mojo 5, the Mojo PWR is a versatile wing for both free flying and powered flight. Certified EN A, it is suitable for students in training but ideal for the newly qualified. It is reliable and dependable, perfect for pilots who require an easy, safe and solid wing for their first 100s hours of paramotor experience as well as paragliding ridge soaring, thermalling and XC flying. The risers feature with trimmers for fast cruising, double pulleys for adjusting brake line lengths and magnetic brake connectors. Due to the specially designed power risers the Mojo PWR is suitable for all types of paramotors and trikes along with all hang point types.
The Mojo PWR is aerodynamically very clean: the reduced sail drag, optimised line layout, reduced line consumption and newly-shaped cell openings all push the Mojo PWR’s performance to the top of the category without compromising safety. This balance of performance and safety is an important consideration for any new pilot, and the Mojo PWR combines EN A certification with the solidity, agility, sink rate, and glide performance that is necessary for short take off and low fuel consumption during long XC flights.
Special attention has been made to the ground handling and inflation characteristics of the wing to make the whole process easier, less stressful and ultimately safer. Setting up is easy; the risers are simple and clean the wing inflates smoothly – without overshooting or hanging back – even in zero wind conditions. In stronger winds it inflates progressively with less tendency to “shoot up” and pull the pilot off their feet.
In the air the Mojo PWR is agile, stable and comfortable. In active air the wing is compact and forgiving. It is well damped in pitch, this helps it cut through turbulence efficiently making it very resistant to deflations and improving the re-inflation characteristics. It delivers gentle, predictable feedback and filters air movements in an understandable way. At full speed the leading edge remains solid allowing for a large usable speed range and high cruise speeds.
Brake pressure and brake precision have been refined for improved handling – turns are easy to initiate, and the wing maintains bank angles whilst thermalling with minimal input. This precision, along with the deeper overall brake range and higher resistance to stall or spin make the Mojo PWR a super-fun yet forgiving wing to fly.
Paraglider pilots have long appreciated the benefits of lightweight equipment; smaller packing volume, easier portability and seriously improved inflation behaviour. Now, paramotor pilots are also benefiting from these desirable characteristics with lightweight wings now designed specifically for powered use. The Spyder follows in the innovative footsteps of the Sirocco as a fully reflexed, light-weight paramotoring wing. Based on the successful Roadster 2 and weighing in on average 1.5 kg lighter (depending on size), the Spyder retains the same levels of comfort, performance, speed and stability but with noticeably better handling and ridiculously easy inflation behaviour, especially in nil wind. It is suitable for a wide range of pilots from beginners to experienced XC pilots alike who are looking for a safe and fun all-round wing.
The Spyder incorporates the knowledge gained from the development of our lightweight paragliding range along with the experience of our world championship winning Paramotor design team. It is made from a hybrid mix of lightweight materials, intelligently employed in specific locations to optimise longevity and weight. Strong and UV resistant, Dominico N20D cloth is used in the critical leading edge area whilst the super light and long-proven Porcher Skytex 27gr is used in the rear part of the top surface and the entire lower surface. This use of lighter fabric does not necessarily reduce the lifespan – if well cared for, occasional pilots may not notice a difference relative to a standard wing.
In use however the difference is obvious – paramotoring equipment is heavy and any weight saving makes a difference – pilots will notice it as soon as they get out of the car! The reduction in weight allows for easier manoeuvres on the ground, making the preparation process easier and less tiring. When ready to go the Spyder is incredibly easy to inflate, requiring minimal riser inputs it rises off the ground and above the pilot’s head without resistance, even in nil wind. It can remain overhead in lighter winds than a standard wing and the take-off speed is generally lower, requiring less engine power and a shorter runway to become airborne.
The Spyder features a Shark Nose OZONE Reflex Profile (OZRP) tuned specifically for powered flight. The Shark nose profile maintains a constant level of lift and internal pressure over a wide range of angles of attack. This profile increases levels of stability whilst accelerated so is very collapse resistant – even in turbulent air – and increases levels of forgiveness due to its acceptance of deep brake inputs before the stall point. The wing includes a host of other technical details such as a refined sail tension to absorb turbulence and filter the feedback for a comfortable ride; efficient and light plastic nose reinforcements and a line plan optimised to balance low drag efficiency and long term durability.
The risers feature long range trimmers and a long range accelerator system for high cruise speeds and a high top speed. The accelerator and trimmers integrate seamlessly – using the speed system has exactly the same effect as releasing the trimmers. Unlike some other paramotor wings, it is possible and safe to fly with the trimmers in the fully slow (neutral) position whilst using the full range of the accelerator system. This is an important safety feature – if there is a departure from accelerated flight, the recovery characteristics will be better with the trims in the slow, certified position. The risers also feature a tip steering system (TST) for accurate, agile handling during accelerated flight and adjustable brake handle attachment points to suite different motor and trike units.
Due to its exceptional inflation behaviour it is very easy to launch. The Spyder excels in nil wind conditions; the inflation is smooth and constant all the way to the zenith, whilst in stronger winds it is very progressive without the tendency to hang back or over-shoot. With the trimmers set to the slow position the take off speed is relatively low so it can launch and land within a short space. Handling has been tuned to be intuitive, predictable and forgiving but at the same time very precise and responsive.
Although designed for pilots who fly mainly (if not exclusively) under power, the Spyder also performs excellently un-powered in free flight. The sink rate is low enough to soar in light lift, thermal in all conditions and the glide performance is good enough to fly cross country.
- Easy nil wind inflation
- Short take off distance
- Ease of use
- Low drag, high efficiency
- High cruise speed
- Very high top speed
- Stability in turbulent air
- Fun precise yet forgiving handling
- Adjustable brake handle heights
- Suitable for most power units
- Shark Nose technology
Whether you are a beginner learning the sport, a weekend pilot progressing to bigger and better things or an experienced pilot who enjoys long XC flights, if you are looking for a lightweight wing with maximum safety without compromising performance, the Spyder could be the ideal wing for you.
Replacing the iconic Speedster was never going to be an easy task. After years of testing, we are pleased to announce that the Speedster 2 is now ready. This all new design retains a similar character to its predecessor, but includes technological improvements on the handling, stability, and efficiency. The Speedster 2 is a more agile and efficient wing, with even more speed for the new generation of PPG pilots. The Speedster 2 features:
- New OZRP shark profile
- Increased cell count
- Reduced aspect ratio
- Shark nose profile
- Enhanced internal structure
- Reduction in overall line drag
- New 2D steering system
Combined, these features improve the performance and efficiency of the Speedster 2.
Importantly, the S2 features a faster top speed than its predecessor. The reduced line drag and optimized profile have made this new wing an incredible tool in accelerated flight. In addition to the increased speed, the Speedster 2 is more efficient, requiring less fuel and less power to maintain top speed.
The OZRP shark nose profile, along with the modified aspect ratio and optimized internal structure, has sharpened the handling, increased the inherent stability, and improved the sail cohesion – all of which means that the wing is easier and more forgiving to fly, especially in turbulent air. The fact that the aspect ratio has been reduced alongside an increase in overall performance means that the S2 is a huge step forward from the original Speedster.
The Speedster 2’s handling is great fun; it is precise, intuitive, and extremely resistant to spin when being flown in deep brakes. On the ground, the inflation characteristics have been improved – the Speedster 2 comes up quickly and evenly, especially in nil or light winds.
The Speedster 2 comes with a completely new riser system, which includes the innovative 2D TST device for improved precision in accelerated flight, multiple brake pulley positions, and extended trimmer range.
Certified EN C and DGAC, the Speedster 2 is available in four sizes: 22, 24, 26 and 28, covering a wide range of pilot weight and power unit combinations. Four standard colour schemes are available, in addition to, of course, any custom colors you can dream up using our color generator.
Overall, we are very excited about the fact that the Speedster 2 is not only faster and more efficient, but also more comfortable and easy to use. Much has changed in paraglider design since the first Speedster was released, and we are happy to offer such a dramatic upgrade in this speedy series of wings! Cheers, from all the OZONE Team.