White Baby White
The 1916 Baby White built by George D White was a single seat monoplane, powered by an approximately 15hp motorcycle engine and chain-driven pusher propeller. Of canard configuration with trailing-edge ailerons and reverse tricycle gear, it was test-flown at the Ascot Speedway in Los Angeles.
The first kit-form aircraft offered in the US, one was built, plus an unknown number of kits for home-builders.
Engine: 15hp motorcycle
Wingspan: 18'0"
Length: 16'0"
Speed: 50 mph
Seats: 1