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Vance Breese

Vance Breese has a passion for gyroplanes and that passion led him to become a gyroplane pilot. He has a Private Pilot license, which requires an FAA medical certificate. That, by itself, isn't especially remarkable -- until you learn his history.

Before being drawn to gyroplanes, Vance raced motorcycles. While attempting to set a world land speed record, he crashed. As a result, he sustained traumatic brain injuries and was left blind in one eye.

In time, Vance recovered his physical abilities, and when talking with him, you wouldn't know he had a history of brain injury. Yet, that history and his blindness in one eye were barriers when he sought a medical certificate to fly. You can read about how he overcame those barriers in the book

Light-Sport Gyroplanes:
An introductory guide
for discovering these unique aircraft

In the video below, Vance talks about those injuries and how it turned his life in a new direction, one filled with gyroplane adventures.

This video was produced by the The Santa Maria Times

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Light-Sport Gyroplanes:
An introductory guide

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More
Light-Sport
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The 2017 supplement for
Light-Sport Gyroplanes

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Click to view 'The Gyroplane Calendar Book for 2020' at Amazon.com
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