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Hands, Mind, and HeartWhat started as a handful of passionate enthusiasts has developed into a major force—and a significant component—of the aircraft industry.
High Wing – Welded Steel Tube Fuselage, 4 place
Kit available from:
P.O. Box 9018
Austin, TX 78766
Plans available from:
R & B Aircraft Co.
2079 Breckinridge Mill Road
Fincastle, VA 24090
Articles in EAA and related publications:
|2008||08||17||Sport Aviation||Bearhawk Hat Trick (3 unrelated Bearhawk builders first flights/same day 1/3 pg|
|2008||01||36||Sport Aviation||Lighting The Way: Three Generations (Sorenson) Build A Bearhawk by Jim Busha 9 pg|
|2007||11||21||Sport Aviation||Bearhawk Plans Sale Benefits Cancer Research ¼ pg|
|2005||01||54||Sport Aviation||Cooler Than the Average Bear: Fagans turn Bearhawk into nostalgic work of art by Jack Cox (7 pgs)|
|2004||02||23||Sport Aviation||Bearhawk Receives “51 Percent” Approval (1/3 pg)|
|2003||03||72||Sport Aviation||The 260 Bearhawk: An update on the economical, go-anywhere, four-place utility homebuilt by Jack Cox (9 pgs)|
|2002||12||88||Sport Aviation||Robert Marek’s Barrows Bearhawk (photo & caption)|
|2001||07||40||Sport Aviation||New Bearhawk Kits|
|1995||10||95||Sport Aviation||The Barrows Bearhawk|
|1994||06||94||Sport Aviation||Photo and extended caption|
EAA members can digitally view archived editions of Sport Aviation here.