Fliege – Supergiro : Innovative Sportgyrocopter Concept by Daniel Kocyba

The aircraft named, Fliege – Supergiro is an innovative sportgyrocopter concept. This airplane is due to the stripped, triangular frame design that is quite robust, variable plus visually memorable. This aircraft concept takes its inspiration particularly from motorcycles and sport cars. The pilot’s seat is the major part of the aluminum frame construction having several interfaces for extra components including the seatshell, the rear wing, rotor, leggs, motor, side plus tank. All the vital instruments are safeguarded into the pilot’s helmet. Well, the airplane can be customized rather easily. In fact, the holder could wish to update the combustion motor in place of an electric motor in the future.

Designer : Daniel Kocyba

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

Fliege - Supergiro, Sportygyrocopter Concept

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I, the Pessimist says: April 7, 2011

Small, compact, probably get you to work faster than most cars. But it doesn't look very safe. You've got (1) nothing but what amounts to a seat belt and a helmet (when you crash this thing into the ground, that helmet is going to be wearing YOU for protection, Orville) to protect you and (2) an exposed gas tank (all you MI6 agents beware, even a bunch of starved North Koreans with imperial stormtrooper-level accuracy could that hit sucker when you're making that gettaway of your's!).

stephen russell says: April 8, 2011

Mods to make: windshield panel, 2 seats, jettisonable Main blades,
longer wings for Glide in landing.
& make gas tank rubber type (see WW2 planes).
Make to seat 1,2,4 persons & engine to lift 4 persons,
Some ride.
Agree with other post.

EAAer says: April 11, 2011

Looks cool, but where are the instruments and the rudder looks kinda of small to have in yaw authority and the tail skid would be a problem. gyros don't usually take off without a roll out without a very powerful rotor assist.







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