We are the Denver-area chapter of the International Aerobatic Club, a division of the Experimental Aircraft Association. Our members come from all along the Front Range from Ft. Collins to Colorado Springs, as well as from neighboring states. RMAC's goal is safety above all else. We share a love of aerobatic flying, whether for personal enjoyment, the precise demands of competition, or working on the sidelines as judges and support personnel at contests. Our activities fall into three main categories:

  • Competition
  • Recreational flying, including critique and practice days
  • Group meetings and social events

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HighPlanes HotPoxia Fest at Fort Morgan July 8

A second contest this season for IAC 12.  We've asked for a free break all categories.  

Come show your high DA chops.  Can you fly the thin air?  Handle high AOA?  It's a battle of energy.  Use the FORCE if you can.

Not your run of the mill, down to earth event.

Thanks to CD Dagmar Kress.

Hotel Information

Here is some scoop on Hotels. (Links open in Google Maps.)

Video Textbook of Competition Aerobatics by Granger and Penner

Jeff Granger and Gordon Penner of IAC Chapter 34 have worked with the Ward brothers to produce a series of videos titled “The Video Textbook of Competition Aerobatics.” Together, Gordon and Jeff explain foundational aerobatic maneuvers in the classroom and then take you into the cockpit of Jeff’s Extra 300L to see how it’s actually done. These are a great resource for new acro pilots, pilots and non-pilots interested in aerobatics, and even seasoned competitors who need a brush up on the basics. Let’s spread the word! Share them on social media, via email, show them to friends…what better way to grow our sport.  Here's the link.  The videos are on YouTube.



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