Customer Powered Paragliding in Mexico With BlackHawk 125 & Velocity Elektra



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This amazing footage was submitted by Tyrhone Tubbs, the proud owner of a BlackHawk 125 Paramotor, and a Velocity Elektra Paraglider. His adventures have taken him to several different countries. His BlackHawk Paramotor has allowed him to explore these areas in ways he never thought possible. This video is a collection of footage from some of his flights in South America. Much of the footage was taken on the beach of a small fishing town called La Penita de Jaltemba. This town is situated on the Pacific Coast of Mexico. Tyrhone found “a deserted beach with only a few locals hanging around” and found it to be “the perfect launch area.” Some of the other footage includes his adventures in Guatemala. Tyrhone visited the BlackHawk Ranch National Training Center in February of 2014. This is where his training adventure began, and was the catalyst which changed the way he will see the world forever.

IN HIS OWN WORDS: “With a lot of kiting I have perfect forward and reverse launches on my Velocity Elektra, and with a little breeze my BH 125 climbs effortlessly to altitude where I get a great view of mountainous jungles to one side and an island in the Pacific ocean on the other. I am traveling the world with my Blackhawk Paramotor and have so far flown in California, Mexico and Guatemala, and although it has been challenging, this sport has been the most rewarding thing I have ever accomplished. Thank you."

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Follow the adventures of Tyrhone Tubbs on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPeV...

Tyrhone Tubbs Personal Blog: http://tellthemisaidsomething.com/

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