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 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.

  • 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
  • TST
  • Adjustable brake handle heights
  • Suitable for most power units
  • Shark Nose technology

Number of cells 48 48 48 48 48
Projected area (m2) 17.2 18.9 20.6 22.4 24.1
Flat Area (m^2) 20 22 24 26 28
Projected Span (m) 7.93 8.32 8.69 9.04 9.39
Flat Span (m) 10.1 10.59 11.06 11.52 11.95
Projected Aspect Ratio 3.7 3.7 3.7 3.7 3.7
Flat Aspect Ratio 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1
Root Chord (m) 2.54 2.67 2.79 2.9 3.01
Glider Weight (kg) 4 4.25 4.5 4.75 5
PG (EN) Weight Range 50-70 55-80 65-85 80-100 95-120
PPG (DGAC) Weight Range 55-100 55-105 65-120 80-140 95-160
Load test (8G) up to 152.kg 152.kg 152.kg 152.kg 152.kg
Load test (5.25G) up to 232 kg 232 kg 232 kg 232 kg 232 kg