Designed by Chuck Hamilton, the series were originally produced by Innovation Engineering of Davenport, Iowa and more recently by SlipStream International of Wautoma, Wisconsin. \u00a0 \nDeveloped in 1991 for the homebuilt aircraft market, the Genesis is built from aluminium tubing, riveted together using stainless steel gussets for support. The tail surfaces are suspended from a distinctive series of four tubes that curve to allow clearance for the pusher propeller. The wings and tail surfaces are covered with doped aircraft fabric or optionally with pre-sewn Dacron sailcloth envelopes. \u00a0 \nThe series is unusual in having control yokes in place of the more common control sticks used on this class of aircraft. \u00a0 \n \u00a0 \nThe Genesis can be fitted with floats or skis. Options include larger fuel capacity, electrically-operated flaperons and trim, wheel pants and ballistic parachute. \u00a0 \nFor details of the seven variants, click here.