Clyde Crash Cup Contender

Ever have one of those days when you really want to go to the field, but now that you shouldn't. Well yesterday was one for me. I arrived at the field around 10 am, weather ok, winds very low. Shortly after arrival, a single cloud opened up and it started to rain. Another sign that... Continue Reading →

Easy Tips for Balancing Propellers

When operating RC airplanes, properly balanced propellers are very important. Having a balanced prop helps prevent excessive vibration which can cause electrical connections to loosen, fuel in your gas tank to foam up, and can even cause structural damage.  Balancing your propeller helps avoid all these problems and it is very easy to do by following this two-step... Continue Reading →

Building Plans

Comment from Dan Royer: At the weekly lunch with the club members I told several where you can find Goldberg Plans free. I have attached the listing of the plans available and where to get them to download; www.outerzone.co.uk CAD conversions are sent to OuterZone, here is the list so far. Bridi Flipper - Hand Launch... Continue Reading →

2020 Polar Bear Fly

New Years Day 2020 brought sun shine and wind, neither of which stopped the 25 or more club members, wives and visitors that showed up to support the event. On arrival at the site, the tumble weeds had gathered in protest of the day's events, but Charles and I were able to overcome them and... Continue Reading →

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