Max take-off weight
Max. cruising speed Vh
Optimal cruising speed
Stall speed with flaps
Max. climb rate (MTOW)
Fuel consumption (Economy flight)
Max. load factor
The SportRider uses an all-metal semi-monocoque
blind-riveted airframe with composite cowlings and covers. The fuselage
cockpit area is welded steel tubing for pilot protection and strength.
The wings and tail are all metal, with aerodynamically
faired struts, and aerodynamically shaped wingtips for efficiency. An
option is available for those wanting to fold the wings, and the tail
section can be removed for storage.
The dual control system is standard stick and rudder with
a joystick, an optional yoke system is also available. Flaps, trim, and
throttle are located on the center column. Push pull tubes are used for the
elevator and ailerons and the rudder pedals are controlled via cables.
Flaps are electric.
The SportRider is uses a tricycle type landing gear, with
steerable a nose wheel, and composite main landing gear. The main wheels
have hydraulic disc brakes, controlled by lever on the central column.
Standard are AveoMax? all-digital flight and engine
instruments, full cockpit upholstery and adjustable seats, with plenty of
head and leg room for larger pilots.
Power is supplied by the Rotax 912 80 HP and 912 100 HP