Another year of the Lamar Steen IMAC Challenge took place July 9th and 10th, at MAS Airfield. There was a descent showing of pilots to compete in Basic, Sportsman, Advanced, and Unlimited classes. Three rounds were flown Saturday, with an additional two on Sunday.
As you can see, the weather was great, albeit hot, with not too much wind. Thanks to all the club volunteers who helped make it possible, and to George Kerr and Larry Ott for their organizing and running the event! See you next year!
The second annual day at the field with The Bethesda Lutheran Communites for Disadvantaged Adults occurred on June 21st. It turned out to be a very hot day, but everyone made the best of it and seemed enjoyed the experience! Many took turns flying aircraft and others watched all the airplanes that were brought out and flown.
Lunch and refreshments were provided by the club, adding to the enjoyment of the day.
During the lunch break Steve Graham did an amazing Freestyle Heli Demo (what skills!), and Mike Feitinger demoed his Weeks Solution biplane, replete with smoke. A good time was had by all the visitors and are sure to be back again! A huge thanks to George Kerr for Chairing the event and organizing it. Also many thanks to all who volunteered and assisted to make this event happen! This is an excellent community outreach for the club, and a minimal amount of your club dollars are going to excellent use here!
Bethesda Ministries supports more than 2000 people with developmental disabilities throughout the United States. To learn more about Bethesda visit us at http://www.BethesdaLutheranCommunities.org or call 303-795-2061.
Serving the Northeast Denver Area the Miniature Aero Sportsters (MAS) flying site sits on 48 acres with a 500 foot paved runway. The club is open to all who have a current AMA membership. MAS consist of a group of individuals with a common interest in radio control aircraft. – See more at: http://Www.miniatureaerosporsters.org
Hey all! My son Dylan and I are excited to share our winter build project we recently completed. I wanted to share with my son the experience of actually building a kit, versus an ARF. Indeed, I did end up doing a majority of the project myself ( it’s the age of instant gratification ya know), but Dylan still has enough ownership in the airplane to give a hoot.
Our project plane is the Great Planes Piper Cub, .40 size. I figured the cub was a great classic trainer to be his first gasser, and he tends to like scale airplanes the most. We have powered it with an ASP .61FSR 4 stroke, added some scale goodies like Robart main gear, and control it with a Futaba 6J system and a Hitec XG3XA, 3-axis stabilizer to smooth it out. By the way, I highly recommend the Hitec Gyro! It’s only $30 and works really well, especially in foamies!
Covering is 21st Century Fabric, pre painted in Cub Yellow.
If you care to see more of the project, I wrote a thread on RC Universe for the whole project : Forum Link
We have flown the plane, and so far it flies really well! Even Dylan has some time on the sticks and he loves it!
Here are some pictures of the completed Cub, Dylan took all of the inflight photos, he’s getting pretty good at those! :
Here’s a few shots from a beautiful day in Oct. 2015!: