Learn to Paramotor
A Paramotor is a foot-launched Powered Paraglider. The small, lightweight engine drives a propeller; the unit is strapped to your back with a harness that allows you to fly beneath a standard paragliding wing. It's the cheapest form of powered flying, allowing pilots to take off from a local flat field rather than an expensive and unnecessary airfield. Once airborne, the paramotor can be used to motor along and watch the world go by beneath you, or if conditions permit, soar in a thermal lift to make long cross country flights. The engine can be stopped and restarted in flight; most have electric starters, enabling the pilot to adapt their flight to the prevailing conditions.
Paramotoring is an exhilarating yet straightforward way to aviate; with minimal training by aviation standards and the right weather, it's possible to fly anytime anywhere. They are quickly and easily rigged and de-rigged and, once dismantled, can be put in the boot of a small car to travel to the most exciting flying locations.