The new November 2011 issue of RCM&E spans another fantastic 140 pages and includes the Hawker Cygnet wing plan along with the Mini Tyro!

PRO PLANS
MINI TYRO
Andrew Boddington pays homage to his late, great aeromodelling father with a classic ‘Boddo’ design.

HAWKER CYGNET
Turn the Mini Tyro plan over and you’ll find the wings to finish Tim Hooper’s delightful biplane, featured in our October issue

REVIEWS
WHAT NEXT?
Three popular follow-on low-wingers slug it out in a civilised head-to-head

TIGER MOTH
Art-Tech has gone to town on its new park flyer, but can it really fly as well as it looks?

E-RIX 450
Out of the box and into a tick-tock? Martin Stonestreet’s quickly on the case with Jamara’s new RTF 3D helicopter

SUNDOWNER 36
If you like your models smooth and fast, Hangar 9’s appealing pylon racer could be just the ticket

L4 GRASSHOPPER
At 55” span and festooned with scale detail, Top Gun’s pretty Cub variant is guaranteed to appeal

ZLIN Z50
Lee Smalley fulfils a dream at the controls of Seagull Models’ tasty Czech aerobat

ON THE COVER
It’s a Fly Baby, Jim, but not as we know it! Bert van Eijk’s gorgeous Dutch variant of the Bowers bipe really turned some heads at this years Scale Nats. See out full report on page 12. Photo: Alex Whittaker

REGULARS
SWITCH ON
Another comprehensive round up of the latest R/C news

COUNTERPOINT
More tempting kit to tickle your fancy

ALL WRITE
Have your say in the UK’s best-selling R/C model flying mag

GOING PLACES
Autumn’s here and that can only mean one thing – the return of swapmeets and indoor sessions!

R/C MARKETPLACE
Free readers’ ads vie for your attention – check ‘em out, or miss out!

NEXT ISSUE
Goodies galore in the December issue. Can you afford to miss it?

FEATURES
BEAUFORT SCALE
Alex Whittaker braves sturm und drang at this year’s Scale Nats

TEN THINGS…
…every pylon pilot should know

MODEL MAGIC
Alex Whittaker chats to Matt Harrowven, owner of Peter Neate’s magnificent Moth

HIGH ALPHA SHOOTOUT
Shahid Banglawala reports from an all-ability aerobatic showdown that’s just a little different

DB SE5
Having downed tools for the summer recess, Graham Ashby gets back to building

THE WAY WE WERE
Peter Norrington steps back to a groovy November 1970

COLUMNS
WEEKENDERS
With the big freeze just around the corner, Alex Whittaker tidies his shed and prepares to hunker down

FLY ELECTRIC
Nigel Hawes waxes lyrical about two very different but equally well sorted EDF jets

TOTALLY TRADITIONAL
Bedecked in a permanent layer of balsa dust, Pete Lowe presents another mixed bag of building techniques

ON THE EDGE
Andy Ellison claims a pair of high-profile scalps on the big rock

WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch is back with another energetic diesel engine extravaganza

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Readers in North America should look for this cover >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>