I live in Fredericton, N.B., Canada. The father of one of my flying buddies, Dave Bradley, owns the nearby “Weyman Air Park” where we fly from regularly. On Nov. 1, 2008, flying conditions got a bit rowdy. It was too early to go home, so we decided to “ham it up” and show a new form of ground handling.
We attached the risers to the inside door handles. Dave, as Captain (driver) controlled the left brake, and I, as First Officer (passenger) did double duty with the right brake while reporting the wing condition. Thanks to Glen Boyd for sharing.
Photo by Bob Matthews.