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Every weekend, TrikeBuggy pilots are out looking for some place to fly their aircraft. We will post the activities that are upcoming so that you can plan to join others in the air. It's always more fun to get together to fly!

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El Mirage Dry Lake, CA

El Mirage is Southern California's premiere ultralight and microlight flying and practice site. The dry lake is extremely flat and smooth and you can camp or RV along the edges of the lakebed.

While it gets hot in the summer, we can often use 3-5 hours of early morning time for our flying, then kite buggy during the afternoon. Watch for sudden increases in wind velocity and the mid-day heat can produce some powerful thermals and dust devils!

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Bucknell Field, CA

Some of my students sent me a note about this little field near California City. Please be careful not to fly east into the Restricted Airspace! I will post more when I have more...

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Rabbit Springs Dry Lake, CA

Rabbit Springs is a relatively small, flat, smooth dry lake that is excellent for flying ultralights of all kinds. It is also used by RC model aircraft enthusiasts mainly on the weekends. The valley is somewhat narrow here, making for a more scenic area to fly.

There are some large power lines to the north, along the edge of the lakebed, but they are far enough away from the best part of the dry lake to be of much concern.

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Salton Sea, CA

This large, shallow body of water makes life like a beach with smooth, mostly onshore breezes that allow all-day flying. Mountains and canyons only a few miles west are fun to explore at the edges of daylight, either morning or evening.

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Glamis Sand Dunes, CA

The Glamis Sand Dunes, also known as Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area, are located southeast of the Salton Sea in southern California at the border with Arizona and Baja California del Norte, Mexico. The field is approximately 45 miles long by 6 miles wide and extends along a northwest-southeast line that correlates to the prevailing northerly and westerly wind directions.

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Jean Lake, NV

Just west of Las Vegas on Hwy 15 is the small town of Jean, and just north of town is this small dry lake where some of our TrikeBuggy pilots fly. There is a ridge soaring site nearby also where the evening wind form the west often sets up a nice wave of lift to prolong and extend flights.

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Monument Valley, UT

Monument Valley is considered by many as the "Holy Grail" of ultralight, nanolight and microlight enthusiasts, providing spectacular natural landscapes to guide our aircraft through.

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ParaMotor City, NM

Jerry Daniele has wandered the back country of New Mexico for nearly 12 years and he is always amazed at the vast regions that are unexplored. That's also why he became interested in Paramotoring. Low level flying in the powered Paraglider has opened up a whole new dimension for the explorer.

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