Even on holiday Wheelieman is ready to bust a wheelie or two!
Kinda bored in a corridor in Brighton Uni in Hastings, what would Wheelieman do?
My son Amos has been improving greatly over the last few sessions. Last weekend we flew in dodgy conditions at Fairlight and he was loving it!
The wind was 20mph gusting 30mph, coming over the hill in front causing occasional slope wide sink. I wasn’t especially enjoying it but he was fooling around very well – see the video.
Here’s a great idea, entertainment for all the family – build a foam free flight aeroplane
Had a good session with John & Jim during which time The Legendary John Ruck successfully disabled my Wildthing by removing my fin, man it was hard to control after that! Plenty of looking later & the fin was found and taped back in place. Amos got a few good wacks in including knocking his dad out of the air!
An hour later Ric & Mike turned up and all hell broke loose. The wind caused lots of annoying mis launches and plenty of retrieving of gliders – Amos must have walked miles today! Continue reading
My FatYak lay dormant for a while until Mat offered to finish putting the radio gear in and spraying it. Here are her new clothes, you like??
I took my son to Wyntercon at the Winter Gardens in Eastbourne today. I hadn’t looked at their website so didn’t know what to expect, I’d heard a lot of great things about it & decided to just turn up and see what happens. Continue reading
This brings back memories, slope soaring into a S/E wind off of Galley Hill in Bexhill.
Bags of lift near the hill, big turbulence behind the slope, nowhere to land but worth it.
Only fly there in rubbish weather as you get crazy numbers of people walking through when it’s warm. When the weather grim like today the only thing to look out for are cars in the ‘landing area’. Continue reading
Step back kids, this half-pipe belongs to Wheelieman!
Take one Luggie Scooter and one foolish General Tomfoolery, remix the video to try and make it exciting and the result is an ill rated vid!
Vid includes crazy wheelies, forward & backward maneuvers, some turns and a MASSIVE FALL AT THE END!* Continue reading
Amos had sorted all of our flying stuff before I’d even got out of bed and we were up there by 11am to a rather chilly overcast morning at Fairlight. The wind was about 20 mph, fairly southerly and looking good so we lobbed ’em off and had a fantastic fly for at least an hour in brilliant lift and enough wind for hovering & kiting! Continue reading