Author Archives: Nigel

Long Marston Model Air Show Report

This is a quick report on the Long Marston model show I recently attended with my long suffering wife Sheila. Driving up towing our trusty Caravan took ages due to the end of school half term traffic on the M5. … Continue reading

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Second Max Thrust Riot puffs it’s esc in a week!

On the fifth flight of the day the Riot was on the ground, I opened her up to take off and the motor made an odd noise for a couple of seconds followed by a puff of smoke and dead … Continue reading

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Slopehunter guide to slope soaring sites

This is a useful site. Cox Tor near Tavistcok looks interesting Slopehunter guide to slope soaring sites.

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Bow Site Flying, 20th April 2013

Around 10 members gathered for a good club day today. The wind was a little gusty at times but I don’t think it got much above 8 Mph. There was some great models in the pits and it was good … Continue reading

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In Door Session – 17th March 2013

Thank’s to all the members and guests who supported today’s meet. I had some great flying, as always the flying conditions were spot on! Paul had some new models today, his self built tri-copter was awesome  😀 YouTube link, See the photo’s … Continue reading

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Fun In Door Competition for next Winter

The club would like to do something special for the first In-Door flying session next winter. It’s a long way off but we need to plan well in advance. My vote is for a Paper Plane Competition for Primary age and Built … Continue reading

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Bow 2nd March 2013

The Bow site is remarkably dry, I was able to drive to the site without any problems. I would say it’s now drier than the summer! The grass is short and the strip is only just discernible. The conditions today were … Continue reading

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