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Welcome to slopeflyer.com!

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Hi, fellow slope flyers! The new slopeflyer.com is here!

This article is "Sticky" for the time being. Directly below you will find recent updates to the site.

Some new features at slopeflyer.com are:

  • Post Comments (Moderated Unless You Are Registered)
  • Rate Articles
  • View Related Articles
  • See The Most Popular Articles and How Many Hits an Article Has

By Registering for an Account you will gain some really great privileges:

  • Post Articles (Qued up for Editor approval but they will post quickly)
  • Post Links to Slope Soaring Related Sites (After Approval)
  • Immediate Commenting on Articles
  • More to Come!

So, if you visit slopeflyer.com often, consider registering to enhance your enjoyment of the site!

slopeflyer.com is a resource for people interested in r/c slope flying and slope soaring related news. There is an extensive listing of slope soaring sites (International slope soaring sites too!) to fly and most slope site listings have local contact information so interested slope soaring pilots will know who to contact in a particular area and get the local knowledge that will help make your sloping experience the best it can be. The more slope site and contact info you all send in, the more useful this site will be! If you are interested in posting a story please email Greg and I'll tell you how to do it.

We answer the question: What is slope flying?

We also have slope plane reviews, accessory and radio reviews, tips to get the most from your equipment, slope planes for sale, a flight log and race/competition coverage.

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the site!

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Michael Forester said:

Michael Forester
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The site looks great, what template did you use? Also, what is the make and model of the plane in the image above? Keep up the great work!
 
February 24, 2009
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Greg Smith said:

Greg Smith
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The site is currently using one of the stock Joomla 1.5 themes just beaten up a bit. I am working through how I want the site to function before I work on a more custom theme.

The plane is a Carl Maas Aerostream. May be the only one in the world! The Slopestream is very similar just a different airfoil I believe. Shot it at Soar Utah in 2006.

Greg
 
February 24, 2009 | url
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Eric said:

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great look
very nice redesign!

-- Eric
 
March 25, 2009 | url
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Neil B said:

Neil B
Posting new topics
Hi how do I go about posting a new topic, as some bits may be interesting from over on the other side of the pond in th UKsmilies/smiley.gif Very interesting site lots of info looks like you all have some great sites to fly from in the USA.

All the best
Neil
 
February 25, 2010 | url
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surfimp said:

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Looks good!
Site looks good Greg! Interesting to see you going away from your homebrew CMS for Joomla, will have to check out the latest version. I'm getting rid of Drupal for slopeaerobatics.com and switching to Wordpress, tired of the headaches smilies/smiley.gif
 
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