ARTICLE DATE: 1987 AUTHOR: Stormin’ Norm Goyer While Thousands Of Us Have Enjoyed Ken Brock’s Gyrocopter Performances At Airshows All Over The Country, Few Realize
THE WINGS SWING AT PRA’S ANNUAL ROTORFEST It was the biggest aviation event of its kind in history — but with out a single airplane!
ARTICLE DATE: June 1995 Sport Copter’s New Vortex Kicks the Gyroplane Revolution into High Gear! Worn… Gee… Neat… Holy Smokes… Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SportCopter/
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December 1978: This pilot graduated from hang gliders to his own gyrocopter. ….Several years ago I was all excited about building my first flying machine.
ARTICLE DATE 1969: Stop for a moment and think back to when you were a child. Remember that little personal “flying machine” you used to
The Rotax 912 was designed especially for homebuilts. Is it just the tip of the iceberg? OCTOBER 1991: A sure sign that the homebuilt aircraft
PAGE SHAMBURGER tells it as it was at Raleigh-Durham during the PRA’s annual fly-in/trailer-in show. Quite an (un)convention! ARTICLE DATE: January 1969 THE POPULAR ROTORCRAFT