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Swiss Peter Richner and the video that launched the Ultrabatic revolution, showing the flight possibilities inherent to an ultralight aerobatics glider built using the construction techniques that Peter pioneered and perfected. This remains easily one of the most impressive slope aerobatics videos I've ever seen.

Swiss Peter flew Ellwood Mesa the day after the inaugural American VTPR event at Temple Hill. He wore a GoPro HD and got some amazing footage of his 17oz (480g) Le Fish flying in the steady 8mph (3.5 m/s) coastal lift. Watch how he works the extremely light weight of his plane to get incredibly close to the ground.

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    The Le Fish design drawing was completed by Steve "Surfimp" Lange on November 19th, 2005, and...

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current18:27, March 24, 2014Thumbnail for version as of 18:27, March 24, 201406:57640 × 359 (13 KB)Surfimp (wall | contribs)created video

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