We will place product here as it becomes available.
We are hoping to have some
model kits, plans sometime this year. Meantime here is a sneak
peak at some of our models.
Comments are welcome.
MIA Micro-FLIGHT RC Microlight,
Ultralight, Trike Historical Video Upcoming... :)
MIA Radio Control Micro Trike.
World's first true Ultralight weight Microlight Trike.
Similar to ultraleves, deltaplanos, powered hang gliders.
Back in the 80's 90's I had started with a similar design, an 8ft
wing trike made from fiberglass tubing, aluminum frame, wooden and
battens, and rip-stop nylon wing. It had all the complex cable
rigging and even an original working control bar linked to a kung-fu
grip GI-Joe pilot. It was powered by an USA made Astro-Flight motor
with an, also USA made, Joe Utasi ESC, Futaba servos and receiver
and a monster of a Ni-CAD! battery pack. WOW we are so spoiled with
today's battery technology! and many people really don't appreciate
I sold the wing back around 2000, to make room for other designs.
Photos are on my sites.
I feel sorry now, that I sold that trike. It would have been great
to have retrofit it with a modern day BL motor and Li-Pol battery
This MIA Micro Trike is nothing new, but a memory that was waiting
to be made real in smaller scale. If you have been watching my other
videos you can see my other wings have been simpler, and I am for
this approach simply because I don't like to put too much time into
a model that really doesn't need to be complex. Also, by no means
the model trike needs to be heavy to fully effect weight shift
control, proof in this model. It is more a matter of careful
geometry, aerodynamic design, good mechanics and control setup.
Most but not all the models I design are relative to the space
surrounding me, I don't have a lot of time to spend a whole day at a
flying club or field so I design and build them smaller than the
average trainer size 40, 60 airplane so that I can SAFELY, and
EASILY fly them around the backyard cul-de-sac schoolyard, small
park and or travel with the model easier.
Making the model extremely crash-proof, is an art in itself, and it
not necessarily making parts in metal. I eat, breath and sleep with
this day in and day out, since I design original kits and
aftermarket parts for a living, but most of all, because I am
myself, the customer looking for Performance, Durability and
A beautiful 5Ft wingspan RC
scale Ultralight, designed by Mario I. Arguello using a
creative approach to minimize assembly complexity, by using