Bryan Allen (hang glider)
|Bryan L. Allen|
|Alma mater||Cal State Bakersfield|
|Home town||Tulare, California|
Bryan Lewis Allen (born October 13, 1952) is an American self-taught hang glider pilot and bicyclist. He achieved fame when he piloted (and provided the human power for) the two aircraft that won the first two Kremer prizes for human-powered flight, the Gossamer Condor (1977; the first human-powered aircraft to fly and meet specified criteria) and Gossamer Albatross (1979; the first human-powered aircraft to cross the English Channel). He later set world distance and duration records in a small pedal-powered blimp named "White Dwarf."
-  Bryan Allen - hardest-working pilot ever
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-06-15. Retrieved 2015-06-12. Description of Gossamer Albatross in Smithsonian Museum
-  The White Dwarf Flies Again
- Sugar, James & Stephan Wilkinson (June 1986). "Who Is Bryan Allen?". Air and Space Magazine: 49.
- The care and feeding of the Mars Exploration Rover (MER) Ground Data System (GDS) Archived 2010-05-27 at the Wayback Machine. (2005), NASA Technical Reports Server, Allen et al. authors
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