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Trike Pilots say this is the safest form of ultralight flying. It's about as close to a flying motorcycle as you can get. Trikes use weight-shift (just like original hang gliders) to maneuver. If the engine quits, you simply have to land an oversized hang glider. (It's a little more than that, ALWAYS get training before attempting to fly any type of air conveyance)

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Air Creations Imported Trike

The Sabre (American)

British Trikes

    Blade                                                      Flash                                             Mercury

Pegasus Quasar                                               Huntwing

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