Lords of the Lift

Make the pose, preferably at your slope so we can see it, your radio and your plane. Give a little info to go with the picture if you like. Your first name and the location at least, how long you have been flying RC….your club…, send the pictures through the Contact Button at the top of the page.

Jeff Carlton, Ohio: North Coast Soaring Association, City View Slope 2012

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Yeliz Photo - 2012 Tennessee Slope Safari, Lakeside Slope

Joe Chovan, NY: TufFlight.com, Midwest Champion Slope Pilot

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Don King, Ohio: North Coast Soaring Association, City View Slope 2013

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Yeliz Photo – 2012

Kaan Gunes, Tenn: NCSA…… flies them like he stole them!

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Fast Freddy (AKA. Fredo Baggins), NY: Polecataero.com, thermal soaring in the Shire, he sure makes that two meter glider look big!

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Dave Garwood, NY: this man defines the words “Slope Pilot”.

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Arthur, Ohio: NCSA

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Jack Cooper, KS: Leading Edge Gliders, after a test flight for a friend.

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Mike Furcolow, CO.

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Mike Roe, Ohio: NCSA

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Jim Carlton, Ohio: NCSA, AA-GMC

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Yeliz Photo – 2012 Tennessee Slope Safari, Lakeside Slope 

Michael Gantner, Ohio: GEMS, NCSA, airplane kit designer, producer and test pilot.

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3 thoughts on “Lords of the Lift

  1. Great site. I live in Ashtabula and didn’t know any sloping was going on in the area. Hope to get together with you this summer and get some sloping done. Also will come by on Sat. during the May event. :rotfl:

    Thanks,

    Rick

  2. Is there a formal club for the North Coast Soaring Association? If so, what are the dues?

    I would like to be included on an email list for the 2021 North Coast Glider Games. I love slope soaring, and miss not being able to fly at the Malvern slope.

    Thank you,

    Bob Ferrante – President of the Flying Aces of Aurora – Aurora Ohio

    • Hi Bob. Yes NCSA is a formal AMA sanctioned club. We are happy to have you aboard. Glider Games are April 29th through May 2nd this year. Check the site as I will be updating it over the next few weeks. Dues? Well we are due to fly as soon as the temps rise and the winds blow. ;-) Stay tuned.

      Jeff

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