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R V M S A

Enjoy the great outdoors

What better way to spend the afternoon,
soaring your r/c glider effortlessly

R/C Slope Soaring

Slope soaring with an rc glider can be one of the most relaxing and straightforward ways of enjoying radio control flight.

It's simple stuff really - moving air (i.e. wind) generally follows the lie of the land. So when a wind is blowing towards the bottom of a slope, the flow of air will naturally be forced upwards to follow the rising ground.

Where the slope levels out at the top, the airflow will continue upwards to a higher level than the hilltop. It's this upwards flow of air that we use when slope soaring, to keep our gliders aloft.

P H O T O S

Our Slope

Situated nearest to the village of Sabden, overlooking the Ribble Valley and the nearby town of Clitheroe.

September 28, 2020

My guide to the Volantex ASW28

The good and the bad bits… Well after a while I have got myself a new scale glider the Volantex ASW28…more soon

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January 10, 2020

RVMSA

New website here soon… For details call 07986 239183 or email simon-hardman@hotmail.co.uk

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Join RVMSA online - £6

What you need to join

You just need to have BMFA Insurance/Membership and have passed your CAA flight approval.

You also need to display your CAA flier ID somewhere on your aircraft

365 Day Access

All day free carpark at the 'Nick'

3 Main Slopes

Using North West, South East & South West

Quiet Flight

Gliders and Electric flight no IC power