If you look carefully, you can see all the surfers in the background. These waves were 20-30 feet at the surf break Jaws. It is also raining, so Ian proved that the Parkzone Radian is waterproof. Excellent flying under the pressure of a no recover flight area!
13 year old Ian had this to say about his flight around Jaws:
"Flying my only powered glider over a 100 foot cliff was kinda scary because i've had a plane that had signal and could control everything but as soon as I let it go it lost signal but it was not the radian it was a dsmx 2 reciver on a diffrent glider but the radian comes with a new and improved dsmx reciver. So when I chucked it I was super scared because if i lost signal I wouldent ever see that plane again but as soon as I chucked it, it was a breeze. It was super easy to fly off a cliff with the radian. I fly the parkzone radian all the time because it is such an easy plane to fly. It's kinda funny because the plane comes with a installed motor that will take it vertical at 3/4 throttle."
Marty and Ian transported the Radian on their dirt bikes down the 1.5 mile ride to the cliff side. I can barely ride my dirt bike with both hands, not sure how they managed to do it without wiping out.
A better picture of the Radian doing some extreme maneuvers over the massive north shore swell.
Thanks to my mother in law JoAnn for getting this awesome picture!
If I look like I know what I am doing I have fooled you! All this actual motorcycle gear is Marty's and he let me use it so I would not fall apart f I crashed. Thanks for loaning me the gear and giving me some tips, I certainly need them!
Another cool picture from JoAnn showing the big waves. These guys are paddling in here!
I really love the Hubsan X4. I fly it at least twice a day to exercise my dog Benny and it has really been improving my flying skills. I know I am getting better because I am having to buy less of them because he is not able to catch them now! I love the lights because they make it so easy to fly at night or dusk!
Tired, happy dog.