Netless option for FPV racing available in yellow or red. Measures 5 feet by 4 feet. Made with oxford fabric, high-tensile, solid fiberglass poles and PVC pegs. Reflective perimeter. 8-inch anchoring stakes included. Very portable. Comes with carry bag. Light, fast and easy to set up.
Strings connecting the stakes to the gate snap easily, but this is more of a problem for soccer use where gates get more foot traffic.
Intended for first-person view drones measuring up to 125 millimeters or 4.9 inches diagonally. Comes with 2 ring gates, 3 arrows, 1 checkered flag gate, 1 pylon gate, and 4 3M Command strips. Basic gates, but well-made.
No support pieces, so consider staking them for outside use. Indoors, they stay up well with putty.
Set of 5 drone race gates. Made of coroplast. Gate opening measures 8 by 10 inches. Stands up with X-style coroplast base. Lightweight, so you won't damage your drone if you hit it.
No way to tether to the ground. Best for indoor racing.
Fly-through area measures 5 feet by 5 feet. Five 1-piece, fade-resistant fabric frames with heavy-wall fiberglass tubing and metal ferrules. No PVC tubing means less risk of damage to your drone. Comes with ground stakes and carrying bag.
Pricey, but will accommodate both large and small drones.
Made of flexible plastic, so you won't damage your drone. Portable. Fly-through area has 20-inch diameter. Choice of 1 or 3 gates. For indoor or outdoor use. Comes with 2 spare arms. Really sharpens your flying skills.
Can be challenging to assemble.
If you’re looking to set up your own drone racing course, you will need visible gates that won’t damage your drones. Most drone gates have a square, arch, or circular shape, and they vary in diameter from 20 to 90 inches. A larger gate is less likely to cause an accident, but if you have small drones and are traveling at lower speeds, a smaller gate may suffice. Most gates have plastic or fiberglass poles or rings to support the gate. Highly visible frames or tear-resistant fabric is crucial for a long-lasting set of racing gates. Most racing gates stay put with stakes, which are usually included. Take into consideration how many gates you will need to make a full course.
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