Bakersfield Multirotor Dedicated to the fun and exciting hobbies of all things multirotors

Club Host Request

Bakersfield Multirotor Club (BMR)

Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) #5314

As of April 1, 2016, Bakersfield Multirotor became an AMA Chartered Club #5314 to be part of the Bakersfield community and to show Bakersfield Multirotor is committed to safety and fun and to have the ability to host insured AMA sanctioned events with full insurance covering all AMA chartered and event flying site locations as required. If you are interested in becoming an AMA sanction flying location and/or a club or BMR group member has requested your faculty to host an event and/or you are interested in becoming an AMA chartered flying location, we have listed the basic information here to help. If you are having an Event or thought it would be just cool to to host a Drone Race, Local to Bakersfield or out of town and you would like Bakersfield Multirotor to help, Please visit this page for more information. (Click Here Now) Every BMR club member or non-club member / visiting pilot that will be flying at an Academy of Model Aeronautic (AMA) chartered flying site or sectioned event shall be be required to be an AMA member in good standing and follow all AMA safety rules (linked below). All Club Members are required to be an AMA member or club membership shall be terminated until the flier has brought his or her AMA membership current with the AMA and not allowed to fly at any AMA chartered locations and/or AMA sectioned event. Bakersfield Multirotor not only recommends all flyer’s to become an AMA member, we also require each flier to follow all FAA rules and all laws now and in the future with no exceptions. In regards to Multirotor racing, Bakersfield Multirotor is also a Tier 1 MultiGP Chapter and MultiGP is an Approved AMA Racing League. If you are interested in becoming a new home to the Bakersfield Multirotor Club or a club member has asked you to host an event, please contact the club president. As stated above, and you would like to host just a Drone Race and have NOT been already contacted by a club member, please visit the Event Page for more information. 

AMA Chartered Club Information        

Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) website                   Official AMA National Model Aircraft Safety Code              Flying Site Safety and Operational Rules              Bakersfield Multirotor Waiver and Release form.        Insurance information for Site Owners               Insurance Summary (for individual members)            o Become an AMA Member today        

Bakersfield Multirotor AMA Chartered Club.

BMR Club By-Laws BMR Disclaimer Site.            Bakersfield Multirotor Waiver and Release form and MultiRotor Racing Information              MultiGP Information                      Safety Official AMA National Model Aircraft Safety Code        MultiGP & BMR Flying Rules           Safety Checklist: Airworthiness                                 MultiGP & BMR Safety Guidelines  Unmanned Aircraft Operation Utilizing First-Person View

What is the AMA?

The Academy of Model Aeronautics or AMA was established in 1936, as a world-class association of model aviation enthusiasts. Representing more than 185,000 members in the United States, AMA’s national headquarters is in Muncie, Indiana, also home to the International Aermodeling Center and the National Model Aviation Museum. The museum, the largest of its kind in the world, houses nearly 11,000 artifacts. Originally created to organize and support competitive aeromodeling, AMA has evolved and today has become the collective voice and advocate for its membership. Although many of AMA’s members fly strictly for recreational enjoyment, competitive flying still plays a significant role in AMA activities. For five weeks each summer AMA hosts the National Aeromodeling Championships. Members from throughout the United States travel to Muncie to participate in one of more than 135 competitive events. As a member of the National Aeronautic Association, AMA is the only organization in the United States recognized to represent model aviation to the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, the world governing body for all air sports, headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland. Each year the AMA sends several teams around the world to participate in international competitions. Through the AMA Foundation, AMA supports outreach programming in the area of STEM education and has awarded nearly $1,000,000 in scholarships through its AMA/Charles H. Grant Scholarship Program. With more than 2,400 chartered clubs, AMA membership provides a connection to model aviation enthusiasts across the country. Boasting an exemplary safety program developed over 80 years, has resulted in AMA’s enviable record of making model aviation one of the safest, if not the safest, of any discipline that operates in the National Airspace System. AMA is proud of its past and is positioned to continue to be the country’s premier community-based organization representing model aviation enthusiasts well into the future.

AMA Vision

We, the members of the Academy of Model Aeronautics, are the pathway to the future of aeromodeling and are committed to making modeling the foremost sport/hobby in the world. This vision is accomplished through: Affiliation with its valued associates, the modeling industry and governments. A process of continuous improvement. A commitment to leadership, quality, education and scientific/technical development. A safe, secure, enjoyable modeling environment.

AMA Mission

The Academy of Model Aeronautics is a world-class association of modelers organized for the purpose of promotion, development, education, advancement, and safeguarding of modeling activities. The Academy provides leadership, organization, competition, communication, protection, representation, recognition, education and scientific / technical development to modelers.
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Bakersfield Multirotor Dedicated to the fun and exciting hobbies of all things multirotors

Club Host Request

Bakersfield Multirotor Club (BMR)

Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA)

#5314

As of April 1, 2016, Bakersfield Multirotor became an AMA Chartered Club #5314 to be part of the Bakersfield community and to show Bakersfield Multirotor is committed to safety and fun and to have the ability to host insured AMA sanctioned events with full insurance covering all AMA chartered and event flying site locations as required. If you are interested in becoming an AMA sanction flying location and/or a club or BMR group member has requested your faculty to host an event and/or you are interested in becoming an AMA chartered flying location, we have listed the basic information here to help. If you are having an Event or thought it would be just cool to to host a Drone Race, Local to Bakersfield or out of town and you would like Bakersfield Multirotor to help, Please visit this page for more information. (Click Here Now) Every BMR club member or non-club member / visiting pilot that will be flying at an Academy of Model Aeronautic (AMA) chartered flying site or sectioned event shall be be required to be an AMA member in good standing and follow all AMA safety rules (linked below). All Club Members are required to be an AMA member or club membership shall be terminated until the flier has brought his or her AMA membership current with the AMA and not allowed to fly at any AMA chartered locations and/or AMA sectioned event. Bakersfield Multirotor not only recommends all flyer’s to become an AMA member, we also require each flier to follow all FAA rules and all laws now and in the future with no exceptions. In regards to Multirotor racing, Bakersfield Multirotor is also a Tier 1 MultiGP Chapter and MultiGP is an Approved AMA Racing League. If you are interested in becoming a new home to the Bakersfield Multirotor Club or a club member has asked you to host an event, please contact the club president. As stated above, and you would like to host just a Drone Race and have NOT been already contacted by a club member, please visit the Event Page for more information. 

AMA Chartered Club Information        

Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) website                   Official AMA National Model Aircraft Safety Code              Flying Site Safety and Operational Rules              Bakersfield Multirotor Waiver and Release form.        Insurance information for Site Owners               Insurance Summary (for individual members)            o Become an AMA Member today        

Bakersfield Multirotor AMA Chartered

Club.

BMR Club By-Laws BMR Disclaimer Site.            Bakersfield Multirotor Waiver and Release form and MultiRotor Racing Information              MultiGP Information                      Safety Official AMA National Model Aircraft Safety Code        MultiGP & BMR Flying Rules           Safety Checklist: Airworthiness                                 MultiGP & BMR Safety Guidelines  Unmanned Aircraft Operation Utilizing First- Person View

What is the AMA?

The Academy of Model Aeronautics or AMA was established in 1936, as a world-class association of model aviation enthusiasts. Representing more than 185,000 members in the United States, AMA’s national headquarters is in Muncie, Indiana, also home to the International Aermodeling Center and the National Model Aviation Museum. The museum, the largest of its kind in the world, houses nearly 11,000 artifacts. Originally created to organize and support competitive aeromodeling, AMA has evolved and today has become the collective voice and advocate for its membership. Although many of AMA’s members fly strictly for recreational enjoyment, competitive flying still plays a significant role in AMA activities. For five weeks each summer AMA hosts the National Aeromodeling Championships. Members from throughout the United States travel to Muncie to participate in one of more than 135 competitive events. As a member of the National Aeronautic Association, AMA is the only organization in the United States recognized to represent model aviation to the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, the world governing body for all air sports, headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland. Each year the AMA sends several teams around the world to participate in international competitions. Through the AMA Foundation, AMA supports outreach programming in the area of STEM education and has awarded nearly $1,000,000 in scholarships through its AMA/Charles H. Grant Scholarship Program. With more than 2,400 chartered clubs, AMA membership provides a connection to model aviation enthusiasts across the country. Boasting an exemplary safety program developed over 80 years, has resulted in AMA’s enviable record of making model aviation one of the safest, if not the safest, of any discipline that operates in the National Airspace System. AMA is proud of its past and is positioned to continue to be the country’s premier community- based organization representing model aviation enthusiasts well into the future.

AMA Vision

We, the members of the Academy of Model Aeronautics, are the pathway to the future of aeromodeling and are committed to making modeling the foremost sport/hobby in the world. This vision is accomplished through: Affiliation with its valued associates, the modeling industry and governments. A process of continuous improvement. A commitment to leadership, quality, education and scientific/technical development. A safe, secure, enjoyable modeling environment.

AMA Mission

The Academy of Model Aeronautics is a world-class association of modelers organized for the purpose of promotion, development, education, advancement, and safeguarding of modeling activities. The Academy provides leadership, organization, competition, communication, protection, representation, recognition, education and scientific / technical development to modelers.