Controlled paragliding, otherwise called para motoring, is a type of ultra-light flying where the pilot wears an engine on his back (a Para motor) which gives enough push to take off utilizing an adjusted para glider or Para motor wing. It very well may be propelled in still air, and on level ground, by the pilot alone — no help is required.
The Para motor is bolstered by the pilot amid departure. After a short run (regularly 10 feet or 3 meters) the wing lifts the engine and its saddled pilot off the ground. After departure, the pilot gets into the seat and sits suspended underneath the swelled para glider wing. Control is accessible utilizing brake flips for roll and a hand-held throttle for pitch.