Paramotoring is a form of paragliding that involves adding a motor for thrust, allowing pilots to stay in the air for as long as they have fuel. It is an unregulated sport that does not require a license, but it can be dangerous for beginners. The equipment for paramotoring can cost around $12,000 to $15,000 for new equipment, but used equipment can be found for $6,000 to $10,000. The cost depends on the type of frame, engine, and harness chosen. The biggest factor in successful flying experiences is the weather, and pilots should have a basic understanding of reading air maps and knowing what airspace is restricted. Inland and beach locations have different wind conditions, and wind speeds of over 8 to 10 miles per hour can be too much for beginners. Experienced pilots with the right equipment can comfortably fly in up to 15-mile-per-hour winds. The sport can be done by people of all ages and sizes, but proper training and equipment are necessary for safe flying. There are two different types of motors for paramotoring, and the choice depends on the pilot's weight and experience level.