Flying at an altitude of over 4,000 meters the renowned French paraglider Jean-Baptiste Chandelier performs some of the most fantastic paragliding freestyle tricks high in the sky.
The SEAT ambassador in France, Jean-Baptiste, is a professional in acro flying and enjoys undertaking different incredible paragliding feats, but the thing that fulfills and challenges him the most is flying very low and close to the ground. The French paraglider loves to fly and simultaneously to touch different smooth and rough surfaces.
"When I was a child I wanted to fly like Superman or Peter Pan, therefore I needed to find a solution. Paragliding is just amazing when it come to finding a new point of view. You are in the air in between the Alps, and it is unbelievable" says Jean-Baptiste Chandelier.
The French paraglider says he sometimes flies very close to the ground because only that way he truly can sense what is like to really fly. Jean-Baptiste finds this incredibly interesting because flying close to the surface for him is the magical and most challenging part of the paragliding. The latest paragliding challenge of Jean-Baptiste was touching the roof of a SEAT Ateca. While he was flying in the clouds over the French Alps, a white SEAT Ateca was driven on the road. Jean-Baptiste started slowly to approach the SEAT Ateca and performed a kind touch on the roof.
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