Category: News

  • Farewell….Goodbye…

    Farewell….Goodbye…

    Wassup everyone!  Hope all is well in this crazy time! The time has come to move on!   FlightClub started 6 years ago as a passion for drones, really an obssession.  I loved building, flying, learning and teaching everything about drones.  I knew how confusing building a first quad is so I loved helping people.   Since…

  • FlightClub R Frames : PROton-R and Neutron-R Pre-Orders

    FlightClub R Frames : PROton-R and Neutron-R Pre-Orders

    FlightClub R Frames : PROton-R and Neutron-R Designed specifically for racing, the new R frames are the best frames we’ve made, PROton-R and Neutron-R. Both frames are based on the current PROton and Neutron frames.  Listening to customers, team pilot feedback and testing, we’ve made an already great frame even better. Neutron-R with the fin…

  • Captainvanover’s New Race Frame : PROton-R and Neutron-R

    Captainvanover’s New Race Frame : PROton-R and Neutron-R

    Captainvanover’s New Race Frame : PROton-R and Neutron-R   Having a pilot like Alex aka Captainvanover testing these frames is invaluable.  If you’ve seen him fly, he pushes equipment to the limit and often times beyond.  I’ve seen him crash and disintegrate quads.  That’s why I wanted him testing these frames. Alex joined FlightClub while…

  • Team Pilot CaptainVanover Alex Vanover

    Team Pilot CaptainVanover Alex Vanover

    Team Pilot CaptainVanover aka Alex Vanover We are happy to announce Alex Vanover (captainvanover) will be joining team FlightClub! At just 19 years old Alex has already accomplished more than a lot of people will do in their whole lives.   His resume is too long to list but here’s some of his recent accomplishments. 2017…

  • 20×20 Components are the Future: 30×30 is Dead

    20×20 Components are the Future: 30×30 is Dead

    20×20 Components is the Future: 30×30 is Dead Is 30×30 dead?  With the current advancement of 20x20mm components, is there a reason to still use 30×30? Just 6 months ago it was hard to find a reliable 20×20 components.  The first good 20×20 stack was the EMAX MINI Mag 2.  Still a great stack but…

  • Going to the Nationals?  FlightClub has your Back

    Going to the Nationals? FlightClub has your Back

    Going to the Nationals? FlightClub has your Back For all the pilots going to the MultiGP National Finals, we will have spares available for your PROtons.  Although I won’t be going to the Nationals, I will have a representative there helping you out.  Shawn “Shames” Ames from team Heart of America will have spare arms, nucleus plates…

  • Team Heart of America Pit Switch

    Team Heart of America Pit Switch

    Team Heart of America Pit Switch We are proud to announce that FlightClub is now a sponsor of Team Heart of America!  Team HOA is a team based out of St Louis, MO and is made up of 11 of the fastests pilots in the nation.  More importantly, they are some of the coolest dudes…

  • Hybrid Race Configuration : Is it Hype or Real

    Hybrid Race Configuration : Is it Hype or Real

    Hybrid Race Configuration : Is it Hype or Real Some of the fastest pilots in the world are now running this hybrid race configuration. The hybrid race configuration is running 5″ SX arms in the front and 6″ true X in the rear with 5″ props. This hybrid configuration was made popular by Minchan.  He must be…

  • FlightClub Bangkok Crash Test and Pre-orders!

    FlightClub Bangkok Crash Test and Pre-orders!

    Bangkok Crash Test and Pre-orders! The final stage in the Bangkok testing is done.  I just tried to break my Bangkok and was unsuccessful. The trickiest part of designing a frame is knowing how all your ideas will do in crashes.  The only way to test your design theories is to crash test it. In…

  • FlightClub Tokio PRO

    FlightClub Tokio PRO

    FlightClub Tokio PRO The Tokio was created because I was tired of breaking parts.  The injection molded canopy offers protection for the sensitive electronics and camera.  Super wide arms were durable but not invincible.  Bad part about the Tokio is that it’s unibody meaning the bottom frame is one single piece.  If you break one…