AeroVelo HPH Multimedia

AHS International, the world’s premier professional vertical flight technical society, congratulates AeroVelo, Inc. for winning its Igor I. Sikorsky Human Powered Helicopter Competition (HPH) for the first time since the Society established it 33 years ago.

Check out the HPH Rules, more videos or some of the great news articles on the AHS Sikorsky Prize! 

Media Contact: Mike Hirschberg, AHS Executive Director, 1-703-684-6777 x111, Email

Downloadable Resources

AHS Backgrounder and Factsheet

AHS Human Powered Helicopter Competition Factsheet

AHS HPH Questions and Answers

AHS Human Powered Helicopter Competition Press Release

AHS Human Powered Helicopter Competition Press Release, French

AHS Remarks on Presenting the Prize

Photos (click for high-resolution download)

Winning the Trophy AeroVelo's Winning Flight
AHS Sikorsky Prize Ceremony, AHS International photo AeroVelo's Winning Flight, AeroVelo photo

AeroVelo's Atlas in Flight, January 2013
AeroVelo's Atlas in Flight, March 2013
AeroVelo's Atlas, January 2013, AHS International photo (7.3MB) AeroVelo's Atlas, March 2013, AHS International photo (3.3MB)


AeroVelo's Atlas Human Powered Helicopter

AeroVelo's Todd Reichert and Cameron Robertson, AHS photo (6MB) AeroVelo's Atlas, 2012, AHS International photo (2MB)




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