Please don't self train, it makes everyone involved with gyroplanes look bad when you ball it up.Personally, I would just hop in the SkyRotor and take her for a spin, but I realize that is not a valid approach for the masses. I ride a Suzuki Bandit 1200S back and forth to work so I am building many flight hours, lol.
Thanks for all you do
I have not flown a tractor but talking to someone who has, he said in the air they are much the same as a pusher.I do not think that the tractor is different from the pusher in control.
I think it's easier.
Unfortunately, I do not fly a gyroplane and cannot give advice.
Dear visitors of our forum can suggest something.
Tip - Contact Ron Heron, Little Wing Designer.
I think he will respond to the features of controlling this type of gyroplane.
I can think of a double version later on vacation, since I already went to work.
I hope so.
A statistic just waiting to happen! Another one......seen many before with an attitude like that.....hmmmmm.Vance
Thanks for imput, informative, but please, this thread is not about training.
Because of your imput I have asked JonSu about a tandem version to conduct training, if he is willing that will be great. If not then that will be great as well. I only asked as training is a valid concern and will allow more trained pilots to be able to safely enjoy flight.
I take full responsibility for my own actions because I was taught by my parents to be a man.
Now if I want to go out and fly a gyro it’s damn well my right. That’s exactly what I did with my Air Creation trike. I don’t need a CFI. While I am responding to your comments, who is to say you are not flying on the edge of the envelope and be totally unaware?
A piece of paper issued by the FAA?
How many Airborne Infantrymen have you trained?