There's not much to say about this video of dudes paramotoring over Bozeman except, I want to do this. Badly.

What is paramotoring? The video really shows it all but here's what Wikipedia says:

Paramotor is a generic name for the propulsive portion of a powered paraglider ("PPG"). It consists of a frame that combines the motor, propeller, harness (with integrated seat) and cage. It provides two attachment points for the risers of a paraglider wing that allows for powered flight.

The term was first used by Englishman Mike Byrne in 1980[1] and popularized in France around 1986 when La Mouette began adapting power to the then-new paraglider wings.

Pilots who fly these engage in paramotoring, also known as powered paragliding.

(Video by Hunter Ryffel)

My buddy Beau Gumbert and I flying around different parts of Bozeman, MT over a course of 5 days. We were also joined by paragliding and paramotor instructor of Bozeman Paragliding Andy Macrae.

If anyone knows how I can get into this.....let me know :-)