Easy and Safe
That's the new LowBoy. Paramotoring made stupid simple. In fact, some instructors now teach foot launch students on the LowBoy first before transitioning them to foot launching because it's easier and safer!
The 4 wheel revolution!
Seen any 3 wheel ATVs around lately? Not likely because they are dangerous. As 4 wheels revolutionized ATVs, they have also revolutionized powered paragliding. The LowBoy II quad is the easiest and safest way to launch. That's a fact.
Hands off launches
With the optional A-Riser-Assist Kit $55, just go to full throttle and steer. You don't have to touch the risers. If your glider goes off center, no problem. With 4 wheels, you won't flip over like you could on 3 wheels.
Fits most Paramotors
The LowBoy attaches in minutes to most paramotors. The LowBoy also dettaches in minutes, allowing you to footlaunch at a moment's notice.
Low Center of Gravity
Aside from the stability of 4 wheels, the LowBoy has a super low center of gravity, making it almost impossible to turn over. Yet it still has over a foot of ground clearance. No rocks hitting your prop!
Strong and Simple
The LowBoy is incredibly strong Chrome Molly steel construction with fiberglass axles for smooth suspension. Easy straight axle steering and high speed wheel bearings can handle the roughest terrain and sand. For super deep sand, add the optional Rolleze wheels option for $250.
Sports Car Seating
Instead of a confining and complicated harness, the LowBoy II features a comfortable bucket seat. That's right, no harness required. Just click your seat belt and go!
The rear super strong fiberglass suspension axles slide in instantly reducing the LowBoy to only 4 feet wide for easy loading in a pickup or small trailer. The LowBoy packs up in minutes to suitcase size for shipping.
IMPORTANT! Do you really NEED wheels?
We get a lot of calls from pilots who want to switch from foot launching to wheels. After a more in depth conversation, it is often the case that reason they want to switch is because either the gear they bought is too heavy, the wing is poor quality, the instruction was poor, or some combination of these. Before you switch to wheels, check with us to make sure you are making the best decision. And before you buy foot launching gear, make sure it's the lightest gear you can afford, a certified wing from a leading manufacturer, and get good instruction!