Parker Mountain, June 6, 2003. First outing with the M60. 1of 2.
Parker Mountain, June 6, 2003. First outing with the M60. 2 of 2.
Parker Mountain, June 17, 2002. Bluto 56, no gun.
Mammoth, Aug.26, 2002. Gary Legerton with a Bluto.
Carlsbad, Feb. 2005. Ultra-light air flying with the Halfpipe.
Parker Mountain, 2002. How is Bluto's roll rate? We lost count.
Parker Mountain, 2002. Morning gust for a Bluto. Still very turbulent, but good energy already
Vincent, July, 2005. Joe Zepeda shows some great frontside aerobatics and brief but peppy backside action with a 48" HP.
Auvergne, France, 2004.
Bob Hopman provided this cool, home-produced DS video of his 48" Bluto.
Carter's Lake, GA.
Spencer Lisenby, showing a good DS groove with his M60. Not a very forgiving site, especially the landing approach.
Parker Mountain, January, 2006. 193Mph maiden run of the a J8 prototype, designed by Alan Nelson, Harris' brother.
Carlsbad, CA 2003. This clip shows the light air performance and versatility of the M60, carving a "micro-bowl" on a 30ft bluff in super-light conditions.
Parker Mountain, 2002. Uh Oh... DUCK!!!
Parker Mountain, 2002. 48" Bluto B-Finless! A short story by Bob Bingham
Parker Mountain, 2002. A little on the Frontside, for nostalgia, with a Bluto 48.
San Marcos, CA, 2003. Harris' 48" Moth being bungee-launched on a vacant lot.. was thermal specked on almost every launch
Carlsbad, CA 200. Long video of an ultra-light, 48" Moth, that was stretched to 60", carving a micro-bowl.
Maui, July, 2005. Brian Courtice, frontside groovin' with a Bluto.
Mount Zion 2012, Ian Frechette
High Energy Moth Flying.