Written by Harley. Yesterday marked the first Goat Hill Scale challenge. This event really showcased what the KCRC (Kansas City Rock Crawlers) club can do. The Kansas City area is really stacked with some amazing talent, I’d put it against any club in the nation for the ability to put out some of the coolest trucks, media and products in RC crawling. I’m proud to be part of this club.
I installed Holmes Hobbies CrawlMaster 540 (16t) in my XR10. These motors exceeded my expectation in every way. Continue reading
For many years people were clambering for Losi to come out with a rock crawler of some sorts and they delivered quite handily. From the all-out Comp Crawler, the cool Mini Rock Crawler, the unique Night Crawler and the Micro Rock Crawler, they have this crawling thing down. Up to this point they’ve focused on function over form; however, that’s about to change. Enter the latest crawler from Losi, the 1/24-scale Losi Micro 4X4 Trail Trekker. Continue reading
Long at last Bulu Productions has released their newest DVD, the 2010 MSD/Axial Scale Nationals and we got our hands on the first copy to leave the cold, wet Pacific Northwest. Continue reading
We are two events into the 2010-2011 USRCCA Championship series, and both events have been action packed to say the least. The first event, Crawlapalooza ran it’s for it’s 4th year of being part of the USCRRA series and was held once again in beautiful Disney, OK. A relative newcomer from Colorado, Josh Hicks (Hoppa) took home the honors in the 2.2 class while Paul Waldrep (rock hard) from the Crawler Mafia cleaned house in the 1.9 class. Ty Thompson (tctz28) from Lincoln, NE put on a driving clinic with his super and took home the gold in that class.
Team TedRockz gives you a chance to get your hands on the new Axial XR10 in their newest giveaway. The XR10 is the hottest new competition crawler to hit the market and is taking the hobby by storm. Last week… Continue reading