Larry  Mednick

Larry Mednick

43 years old
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Zephyrhills
United States
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We have some short video clips of the Montana Fly in going on Righ now on Evolution Trikes Face book which we will be updating all week if you want to see the event.

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    Randall Mason
    Randall Mason commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Flying upstream on the Salmon?
    13 hours ago
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    Larry  Mednick
    Larry Mednick commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Amy flying in Idaho in her new REVOLT
    1 day ago
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    Larry  Mednick
    Larry Mednick commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Henry Trikelife leading the REVOLT over the mountains at 10,000+ feet. More photos of day 3 of the Montana Fly in on Evolution Trikes Facebook.
    3 days ago
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    Larry  Mednick
    Larry Mednick We have some short video clips of the Montana Fly in going on Righ now on Evolution Trikes Face book which we will be updating all week if you want to see the event.
    3 days ago
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    Larry  Mednick
    Larry Mednick commented on Paul Hamilton's picture.
    Great shot! We need more young blood in this sport.
    7 days ago
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    Fred Snyder
    Fred Snyder commented on Larry Mednick's Video.
    Wow what a quote! "I got off the planet." Awesome!
    23 days ago
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    Paul Hamilton
    Paul Hamilton commented on Larry Mednick's Video.
    Never met Mr. Bill on earth but hopefully eventually. Great Life....
    23 days ago
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    Tom Currier
    Tom Currier commented on Larry Mednick's Video.
    Awesome. It looked like he really enjoyed his later years in life.
    23 days ago
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    Ken Highfield
    Ken Highfield commented on Larry Mednick's Video.
    Thanks for sharing the video Larry, very well done. His life was and still is an inspiration to us all.
    26 days ago
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    Doug Boyle
    Doug Boyle commented on Larry Mednick's Video.
    Our Ambassador in Heaven!
    27 days ago
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    Larry  Mednick
    Larry Mednick has added a new Video.
    27 days ago
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    Larry  Mednick
    Larry Mednick commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    The rear wind screen flips up and the front seat flips forward.
    28 days ago
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    Gary Crayne
    Gary Crayne commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Larry very nice, how does the passenger get in with the back-wind shield?
    28 days ago
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    Frank Dempsey
    Frank Dempsey commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Wow. Great innovative engineering application.
    28 days ago
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    Larry  Mednick
    Larry Mednick commented on Larry Mednick's picture.
    Hey Frank, these tires are 22” and are about $225!each plus a $75 inner tube. So they are not the $3000 tires that are 33”. What tears up the bigger tires is there inirtia and their inability to spool up. Hear tires are a special 4 ply and only ...
    29 days ago

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Chief designer of the REVO and head of the R+D department for Evolution Trikes.

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  • Eric Elbourne
    by Eric Elbourne 6 years ago
    I know it was a global invite Larry, and would be a hoot, but Australia bit far away for me to come, one day.....
  • Victor Agadzi
    by Victor Agadzi 6 years ago
    Thanks for the Invite Larry,
    Cannot make it for either event. Fly Safe...
  • Craig Ewing
    by Craig Ewing 6 years ago
    Hey Larry thanks for the invite to the pre sun and fun event but I am not leaving Michigan until the 24th. Last I spoke to Jeff I was going to bring a REVO or two down.
  • Victor Agadzi
    by Victor Agadzi 7 years ago
    Hi Larry and Abid,
    Wanna wish you guys a whole hearted CONGRATULATIONS on your award. Great Job and a big thanks for helping me achieve my dream. You guys are truly passionate about the sport and you really deserve this award for all the hard work you have put in. Good Luck in conquering the triking world. Once upon a time , a trike from USA stood out in the crowd,"The REVO" Trike Evolution in progress.
    Good Luck on your future endevours.
    Vic
  • Alf  Jessup
    by Alf Jessup 8 years ago
    Larry,

    Thanks for the prompt reply.
    I had a ST3 prior to the SST and only had it (dutch roll) on me once in over 400 hrs and that took quite a lot of effort to make it do that compared to the current wing.
    I have a more healthy respect now for this wing than previously, I like the wing more than the ST3 for it's rigity and turbulence handling qualitys and overall effort in getting more speed out of it.
    Hopefully i will get back to the states one day (been there 4 times since 2003) and catch up with you guys there and test out the revo and the 11 wing, problem is i am betting i will love it and want one.
    Would just be interesting to see the differences between them.
    Unfortunatley i cant see myself getting there soon as my contract finishes here offshore in a couple of months and i will join the ranks of the unemployed.
    Once again thanks for the reply and the explanation.

    Cheers
    Alf
  • Larry  Mednick
    by Larry Mednick 8 years ago
    Hi Alf,thanks for the compliments. yes read my post carefully, I mention tracking and rolling right as you ask about. When I fly a wing like this I know I need to pus the bar out to coordinate the turn. By you turning left and then switching to right you are doing a "dutch roll" there are plenty of wings that can be dutch rolled out of normal operating limitations. There are also many wings that track like they are on rails. Rolling one way and then the other really isn't something you want to do with the SST with out first pushing forward, "setting the turn" then cranking it back the other way. With that in mind you may find the wing to be much, much better. If you want a wing that you don't have to worry about that with, get a Streak III or the cruise.
  • Alf  Jessup
    by Alf Jessup 8 years ago
    Hi Larry,

    I think you did a fair and honest evaluation considering you are in competition with these two manufacturers.
    Frankly after seeing your videos and reading all the info on the Revo you are well and truly leading the market stakes for the best trike out there, it has very high standards of build quality from what i can see and it impresses sure me so well done to yourself, Abid and the rest of your team.

    On a different tangent

    Did you at all have the SST side slip on you when doing a quick change of direction as in 60 deg turn to the left then straight into a right hand turn.
    I had an instance when doing some S turns I found it side slipping quite easily and found it a very uncomfortable situation with the attitude it took sliding one direction while pointing in another and the airspeed indicator reading zero for a short time as the airflow passed across the pitot instead of down it.
    Be interested to hear some thoughts on it from you.

    Cheers
    Alf
  • Ryan  McAnarney
    by Ryan McAnarney 8 years ago
    Hey Larry it looks like Air creation, or whoever owns that Tanarg on the front page of trike pilot today liked your lighting configuration idea with the Revo!!
  • Victor Agadzi
    by Victor Agadzi 8 years ago
    Larry, Pretty awesome aerobatic show. I bet then its a HAZZARD wing built by Walter Mauri. Heard the name enough to know.
    That pilot definitely go SKILLLLLLS.
    I got your message and spoke with Abid. Thanks. I guess my logbook has disappeared. I've posted a new video-amphibious triking in florida.
    Fly Safe
  • Victor Agadzi
    by Victor Agadzi 8 years ago
    Victor Agadzi Said Wednesday 27th January 2010 05:05am:..Yep, Cruising at 55 all the time and easily exceeding vne. We changed the thrust line and and implemented the offset on the engine, as well as placed the Apollo vertical stabilizers all after getting rid of the HAZARD 15. The MP2 was tested with the changes and flew perfectly. Who knows, I believe the HAZZARD would have flown very well if we had made these changes and then flown the HAZZARD. I anticipate no need for changing the thrust line by going with the smaller MP wing. This wing will pretty much do it all for me with regards to average stall and average VNE with a slightly longer take off roll which currently is not a problem since the trike planes extremely well at high speed. I will go easy on my test flights initially hopping, then skipping then leaping ...
    then enjoying
    Vic