What’s the #1 Taildragger Ladies Love?

  • Lisa Martin
    Posted at 20:42h, 20 March Reply

    That’s a great intro to this site. I love my Super Cub…and I drug my feet in getting it. I was worried about only having 2 seats. I’ve found that it is just too much fun to worry about.

  • Kristi
    Posted at 21:38h, 17 March Reply

    Great video, beautiful airplanes!

  • Jackie K K
    Posted at 15:51h, 01 March Reply

    Hi super chick

  • Janna
    Posted at 13:17h, 01 March Reply

    Here’s to Chicks with Sticks! Funny how the grass is greener, Christina. I “met” a Scout this year and the drool marks are probably still on it. Sheepishy I have to admit I think I wrongly tilted the scales to Super Cubs. I’m afraid the picture of the little yellow in the shop with the cat is my PA-12, the quiet older brother of the Super Cub. I LOVED that it was mis-identified and ended up in the video though!! Seems most people don’t know what a Super Cruiser is so I’ve submitted to saying “Cub” on the radio. I tried on “Super Cub” on the radio for a while but it just felt really wrong. If I said “Super Cruiser” around here people would be looking for a low wing piper or something. “Cub” creates some interesting confusion though. I laughed when I got cut off in the pattern one day by a C-150. I had a slight advantage in position when he heard I was a cub he promptly said “I’ll go in front.” So I hung it on the prop and let him pass (no flaps). Guess the mighty 100 hp C-150 pilot knew something I didn’t about my 135 hp cruiser. I had a good laugh with him when we met on the ground.

  • Marilyn Pearson
    Posted at 08:17h, 28 February Reply

    Really nice! I wish my little Cub was a Super Cub!

  • Anne Wright
    Posted at 20:56h, 27 February Reply

    Now here’s a thought: A Supercub with a radial P&W hanging off its nose! Perfection! (well, maybe except for the weight & balance, but otherwise it’s perfect).

  • tina thomas
    Posted at 13:08h, 27 February Reply

    Love the Super Cubs, tundra tires, the gals that fly them and the crazy places they fly out of! Totally cool….although there is nothing better that the SOUND of a Pratt and Whitney or a Kinner..just saying…

  • Anne Wright
    Posted at 15:06h, 26 February Reply

    “Chix with Sticks” for sure! Love it!

  • Posted at 14:08h, 26 February Reply

    Christina… “Chix with Sticks”… I LOVE IT!!! Sounds like another good music video Judy! LOL

  • Elaine Huf
    Posted at 13:15h, 26 February Reply


    Thought it would be Champs, for sure!

  • Gwen White
    Posted at 12:09h, 26 February Reply

    Awesome video and the perfect music. I love seeing all the pictures. Thank you Judy.

  • christina chapman
    Posted at 12:08h, 26 February Reply

    WOW. What a fun video. Super Cubs winning makes sense: fun to fly, gets into practically any spot, good fuel economy, and a STICK;smart choice! Although I fly an American Champion Scout, my fly-buddies have Super Cubs and Kit Foxes and I hold them in HIGH regard (Ha)… Here’s to CHIX WITH STICKS!

  • Ray Johnson
    Posted at 09:15h, 26 February Reply

    Excellent video Judy !! Very interesting what Ladies who fly Taildraggers are flying the most.

    Ladies, here is video with your very own Judy Birchler. Here she tells us how she finds all of you ” Lady Taildragger Pilots”

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  • Allison
    Posted at 06:31h, 26 February Reply

    Hurray for Super Cubs! Fun video, makes me smile to see all the happy ladies!

  • Donna
    Posted at 05:54h, 26 February Reply

    LOVE my Super Cub!!!

  • Mary Conklin
    Posted at 00:12h, 26 February Reply

    Great video! Super Cubs are great banner flying airplanes too! If I ever could own a second plane…….well, a Super Cub would be my choice!

  • Neroli Henwood
    Posted at 21:49h, 25 February Reply

    Hi Judy

    What a great video. Those Super Cubs are fantastic. Mind you I am a little biased I guess!
    Happy flying


  • Hella Comat
    Posted at 21:25h, 25 February Reply

    Excellent video. Those are awesome ladies with awesome airplanes!

  • db
    Posted at 21:20h, 25 February Reply

    As the photo taker of Wendy’s Flip in flight I feel obligated to tip my hat to all you Tail Dragger Lovin Gals, continued success in all your flying pursuits.


  • Elaine Kauh
    Posted at 19:41h, 25 February Reply

    Great video! I hear only rave reviews for Super Cubs and I look forward to flying one some day! I really thought the #1 taildragger would be Citabrias; it looks like we were close! Here’s a plug for Citabrias and my home state of Wisconsin: I’m a 20-minute flight from American Champion Aircraft, located at Fox River Airport (96C)!

  • Anne Wright
    Posted at 18:58h, 25 February Reply

    And it truly is “an everlasting love!” I’ve had my Supercub since June 2002, never thought of owning any other airplane. Not to say I don’t like flying or riding in other kinds, just this was always what I wanted. I love her swoopy tail, and eagerness to go aviate!

    Great video, Judy!

  • April Gowen
    Posted at 17:22h, 25 February Reply

    Judy, this is so cute! Very well done!

  • Judy Birchler
    Judy Birchler
    Posted at 17:15h, 25 February Reply

    Forest is out flying his Super Cub.

  • Rusty
    Posted at 16:28h, 25 February Reply

    Cessna 195??
    Bueler? Bueler?

  • Judy Birchler
    Judy Birchler
    Posted at 15:31h, 25 February Reply

    Sorry, Selina, Stinson’s weren’t near the top but your numbers are growing fast. It went more like this; Citabrias/Decathalons were edged out by a hair by Super Cubs, then Cubs, then Champs, then Cessna 180s. We’ll try it again in 6 months or so – surely it will be Stinson’s by then!!

  • Selina Smith
    Posted at 15:18h, 25 February Reply

    Stinsons didn’t even make the shortlist??

  • Susan
    Posted at 15:09h, 25 February Reply

    AWESOME!!! Well done Judy!! I’m sure Wacos were a close second! LOLOL

  • Sharon
    Posted at 14:53h, 25 February Reply

    … in my dreams!

  • Jeanne MacPherson
    Posted at 14:42h, 25 February Reply

    Fabulous! Well done!

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