Best videos of 2018 / 2019




February 23 - Indoor free flight - Peanut scale Piper J-2

Early test flights of Earl Turner's rubber powered 13" span peanut scale Piper "J-2" - from the Peck Polymers "J-3" kit (designed by Bob Peck) and available at


March 9 - Rubber powered "Fledgling" prototype test flight

Early test flight of a simple all sheet balsa model - the "Fledgling". This prototype was designed and built by Chris Moes - and is intended for first time builders like Jack (10 yrs) and Graham (11yrs) - seen here launching and timing the flight.


October 26 - 55+ Program Indoor Flying at Northern Community Centre

Second session of the "55+ Program" indoor flying at the Northern Community Centre's large indoor turf facility in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.


November 16 - Indoor RTP - Vintage model flies for first time in 60 years!

This rubber powered "Shark P-60" was built by the late Andrew Reynaert, an expert craftsman and aeromodeller extraordinaire, in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario during the late 1950s.



February 27 - Indoor Flying at Northern Community Centre

SaultOnline was "on the scene" at our indoor flying session on February 26th, 2019, and recorded this video. Bravo Peter for being such a finespokesman for our hobby and the club!


March 1 - Indoor R/C Round-the-pole - Double Trouble

After our success last week with the micro Phantom Mite flying RTP (round-the-pole) with micro R/C to control throttle & elevator, we couldn't wait to try two at a time!


November - Indoor R/C - Chticats at Boreal School

This winter, the Soo Modellers are back at their old stomping ground: the large gym at Boreal French Immersion Public School - formerly Alexander Henry. This season, we are trying out the new "Chticat" racers - very popular in Europe, but not yet known in Canada - until now!


November - Indoor R/C Flying at Boreal School

Highlights of indoor flying with the Soo Modellers & friends at Boreal French Immersion Public School in November 2019. This is the club's fourteenth season of indoor flying!
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