Nice new one by Justin “JGAF” Gafford of JGAF’s Custom Aerobats flying one of his Buzz “No Name” planes. Super crisp roll rate and I love the flat spin at 1:07 and the rudder flip at 1:18.
Justin “JGAF” Gafford has filmed a new video of one of his “No-Name” style Buzz gliders flying in what looks like some pretty strong lift at Bill’s Hill. Lots of fast paced action in this one, don’t blink!!
Justin has also launched a new website where you can learn more about the different planes he offers: JGAF’s Custom Aerobats. All of the planes are sold ready-to-fly, just add your receiver and go!
Stéphane Combet has sent some new in-flight photos of his beautiful all-wood SnowflaK glider flying in the south of France. The SnowflaK was designed with aerial photography in mind, and has a number of camera mounting locations built into the airframe. On top of all that, it has a beautiful color scheme and is great to see in the air!
Read more about the SnowflaK here.
Another new video from Damien of the Association Vol de Pente au Ménez-Hom in Brittany, France. This time it’s Joel flying his 3.7m Air 100 in some sweet VTPR sequences. Very cool!
Matt Stringer is a well-known American 3D and pattern pilot. At only 19 years old, he’s won plenty of big contests against some of the world’s best pilots. What many people don’t know is that he’s also an avid slope soarer. Here he is at Rincon Point flying his own-design Super Guppy ultrabatics glider. Rad!!
UPDATE: And here’s a video of Matt flying at Rincon! Super sweet!
Ronan has built a new Limande 2.45m VTPR glider and these are its first flights. Some very nice piloting – it looks like the Limande offers some great performance
Justin “JGAF” Gafford of JGAF’s Custom Aerobats has built a 2.5m (100″) version of his Buzz ultrabatic design which he is calling Buzzilla. This is the maiden flight at Dave’s Beach near Carlsbad, California. Buzzilla has an interesting design, with long narrow tailboom and high aspect ratio wings. It’s got a beautiful light and very floaty presence in the air… very cool, very ultrabatic for sure! Great work on the sticks by Justin as always. Will look forward to seeing more of Buzzilla in the future.