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Fresh Breeze Solo

Fresh Breeze Products:
   Why Fresh Breeze?
   Solo 210
   Simonini Sportix
   Monster Hirth
   The Flyke
   Skip One Trike
   Bullix Trike
   Scimitar Prop
   Maintenance Kit
Paramotoring Products:
   Reserve Parachutes
   PPG Bible

This German Paramotor engine has proved itself since the beginnings of Paramotoring.


The robust reliability of the Solo 210 motor has already became legend, thousands of times proven for the last 17 years.



  • Comfort bars under the arms increase the seat comfort particularly on long flights.
  • Vibrations felt by the pilot are noticeably decreased.
  • Movement of the engine on pilot's back are greatly reduced.
  • Fast assembly without tools through Quickpin and Velcro.
  • The position of the starter knob makes restarting the Solo very easy.
  • Now, you can specify a Double ring cage (DRC) instead a standard One ring cage (ORC).
  • The 10 liter fuel tank allows flights of 2+ hours.
  • Aluminum cage & frame.
  • Standard as pull start - optional electric start with alternator - charging the battery while the engine is running.
  • Now standard with the new improved performance Scimitar propeller.

You can download the Owner's Manual. Fresh Breeze Pricing

Technical Specifications
Engine Solo 210 cc
Power 20 hp @ 6000 rpm
Thrust 125 lbs
Cooling Air
Carb Bing or Walbro
Exhaust Resonator (tuned)
Starter Manual or Electric
Propeller 2-Blade Scimitar
Diameter 48"
Weight 58 lbs.
Tank 2.5 gallon, optional 4.5 gallon
Cage 4 part aluminium, single or double ring


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