From what I have found out and I have yet to try it ( late at night and it is Winter)...………..
1. The drone needs a bit of speed forward first.
2. To turn LEFT : left and right sticks move to the left at the same time.
3. To turn RIGHT : left and right sticks move to the right at the same time.
BY THE WAY. I am super excited.
Just received my Star Wars 74-Z Speeder Bike. Cost : $69.95 Cdn + taxes.
Even opening the box is an unique entertainment. A WOW factor no doubt !
The box has seal on 2 sides. The seal specifies the model (i.e. speeder bike) and its individual serial number which will match the serial number molded in that drone.
After the box is opened, a lit display case with the drone inside and star wars music playing.
Close and reopen the box , a different star wars music will be playing. Unreal.
The display case is rechargeable.
Even inserting transmitter batteries (4 AA) produces a surprise or 2.
Joshua Bardwell is a bit of an acquired taste but if you can deal with some slow paced vids he does a great job methodically walking you through all the basics here:
Practice is ultimately how you'll get good but practice in a simulator helps a lot for adjusting to first person view flying if you decide to pursue that in the future too. It's a series of videos so the one linked here is just the first of the series, I watched them after learning to fly from other videos and practice but still picked up on things that seem obvious in hindsight but I hadn't consciously thought about much. He also explains all the terminology for yaw/pitch/roll/throttle (your inputs) and has a lot of other vids on betaflight configuration and other technical details (also just a good pilot).
An update regarding the Propel Star Wars drones.....
I received it yesterday and flew it in my small apartment with the propeller guards on.
I crashed it at least a dozen times. Nothing broken.
So don't underestimate the sturdiness of the drone and its extending parts.
There is one thing :
From the videos I saw from various web sites, i.e. Amazon, BestBuy, You-tube etc, I am supposed to have 2 storm troopers, one on the bike and one as spare amongst other spare parts.
I only have one storm trooper.
But, instead of 2 batteries for the drone, I have 3.
Those batteries are proprietary. I'm not complaining.
I enjoy it very much.
Star Wars fans should really consider buying one of those.
As I was told, those drones were selling for over $200 when they were first introduced.
I think I have a good deal for $69.95.