Adventure have replaced their Bi-Shuttle tandem paramotor wing with the Bi-Shuttle 2. The company say it is DGAC certified, and suitable for all tandem PPG pilots.
Adventure say the Bi-Shuttle 2 has better launch and overall handling characteristics than the original Bi-Shuttle. It also has a better climb rate, wider speed range (at both the upper and lower end of the spectrum) and is more damped in turbulence.
It is available in in red/gold or blue/gold, in two sizes. The 41m² wing takes all-up weights of 156-220kg with an extended maximum of 380kg; there’s also a larger 45m² version, which is certified for 160-260kg (450kg extended max).
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