This is my solution to carrying slope soarers from the car to the slope, Takes a
few minutes to assemble and load. Designed for 2 people to carry a range of slope
soarers using only 1 hand each. The wings slot into the bottom sections and fuselages
rest on top. flying wings such a zagi or wild thing will rest on top to. Below middle
is the less organised solution.
Above is a phoenix, a very nice rudder elevator slope soarer which will fly in minimal
Below is a friends Avenger, a good aerobatic slope soarer for moderate plus winds.
Right and above is a friends epp wild thing, a great plane for combat.
Below and Right is a friends r025 3.5 meter span slope soarer, a very good flyer.
Has ailerons, air brakes and V tail mixing.
Above and Below is a 4m glider ,has spoilers, rudder and floating tailplane as an
elevator, will fly on very little lift, not sure what its called, if anyone knows
please email me.
A friends 2 channel algebra, the fibreglass fuselage version excellent plane, will
fly in light + conditions.
Above and left is my Graupner Cirrus, A 2 channel plane that will fly in light lift
but is surprisingly aerobatic and manoeuvrable in stronger lift.
Above and left a highlight bought second hand at a swapmeet has a carbon fbre fuslage
which needed some rerepair and straightening , I also replaced the broken tail with
a 3mm correx one, now flies well in the lightest of lift, also fun to fly in windier
Left a flying wing, flies well, very fast due partly to the large lump of lead bolted
to the fuselage.