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Posted by Frank Church | Dec 12, 2018 @ 09:20 AM | 1,229 Views
This video taken on a windy & bumpy day, I love this kind of flying. Conscendo loves wind!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/2yy3wa1aih...cendo.mp4?dl=0
Posted by Frank Church | Dec 12, 2018 @ 09:04 AM | 1,063 Views
Conscendo glider on climb out then 6 min. of unpowered flight to landing.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/uhv4kjs6cv...light.mp4?dl=0
Posted by Frank Church | Dec 11, 2018 @ 12:16 PM | 1,282 Views
....and found 'em too! Aircraft is a GWS Slow Stick which is no longer available, which is a pity, a fun airplane.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/lhxwgni8ku...llows.mp4?dl=0
Posted by Frank Church | Dec 11, 2018 @ 10:07 AM | 1,069 Views
After a 10 minute cruise around the neighborhood this is the last two minutes or so of my FlyLite camera ship "threading the needle", a white knuckle ending to a relaxing flight. Lesson: watch that wind drift!

https://www.dropbox.com/s/yiisk1q0ts...eedle.mp4?dl=0
Posted by Frank Church | Dec 24, 2015 @ 10:57 PM | 3,112 Views
I am impressed with Flite Test quality of their poster board aircraft so managed to stockpile 5 or 6 to help get me thru the winter,( ah, what winter?) Just finished the first one and am waiting for the winds to die down to maiden this "frisbee" or maybe a "manhole cover". Have not flown a NutBall before but FliteTest folks have posted videos and it looks like a blast. Painted the bottom red because it's really good at high alpha flight. I need that to help with orientation and visibility.
Posted by Frank Church | Dec 06, 2015 @ 11:34 AM | 3,813 Views
Haven't noticed any posts about this little bipe so will post this:
For those not familiar with this particular airplane, it has an 18" wingspan, weighs around 7 oz. depending on battery used. I use anywhere from 500 mah to 1000 mah. & mounts a small park flyer type motor. The designer and builder of the kit lives in Idaho and his website is Slowbipe.com. I have no financial interest in the company but love these agile little airplanes. The wings are designed to pop off in a hard crash as I have proved twice. My little fleet below: