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The Men’s Cycling Team Tackle The Cascade Cycling Classic

July 31st, 2015 by Jason Sams

By: Anthony Ferretti To put things in perspective, I had marked this stage race on my calendar since last Fall. It was going to be one of the biggest races of my season. Since it was a Category 2 only stage race, I wanted to capitalize on this opportunity for success. I participated last year but […]

AMain’s Duran Reports From The Cascade Classic

July 24th, 2015 by Jason Sams Cycling’s Corey Duran reports from the Cascade Classic in Bend, OR: Stage one of the cascade cycling classic was a great success. As a whole the team did well. Anthony put in a stellar effort and landed in 11th place. I ended in 58th place right in the middle of the pack, probably out […]

Warner Grabs 3rd at the National Championships in Mammoth

July 21st, 2015 by Jason Sams’s Kyle Warner has been having a solid year with podiums at just about every race he has entered in 2015. Warner won two stages at the recent National Championships, but unfortunately a crash prevented the overall win. Read his first hand report below: I just finished up the 2015 National Champs at Mammoth Mountain. […]

Warner Grabs 3rd in Ashland

July 14th, 2015 by Jason Sams

Ashland has always been one of my favorite venues. The trails are awesome, the scene is awesome, and racing is awesome. I actually did my first ever mountain bike race in Ashland in June 2009 so it has some good history for me. It seems that a lot of people feel the same way because […]

5 Additional Uses for the ProTek R/C Starter Box Carrying Bag

July 3rd, 2015 by Jason Sams

The ProTek R/C Starter Box Carrying Bag was just announced and already the interwebs are going crazy about the “innovative” bag (just Google it to see the attention it’s receiving). Here are just five examples from customers who were pleasantly surprised by the versatility of what appears to be more than just a bag and straps: No […]

Lee Martin’s B-MAX4 III Set Up

June 29th, 2015 by Jason Sams

Lee Martin has been on terror lately winning the World’s Warmup (2WD) and capturing 4th overall in 4WD buggy with Yokomo’s B-MAX4 III. Martin was the fastest Yokomo driver at the World’s Warmup and here is his setup for the B-MAX4 III. Cycling – Warner Grabs 5th at Hood River

June 22nd, 2015 by Jason Sams’s Kyle Warner rode consistent all weekend to finish 5th overall in Hood River, Oregon at the NAET. Kyle talks about his rides below: This past weekend was the second stop of the NAET in Hood River, OR. I have always loved riding here and it was exciting to have a stacked field to race with […]

The ROAR Fuel Nats Are In Town at’s Silver Dollar R/C Raceway

June 17th, 2015 by Jason Sams

Every year the nation’s top R/C racers compete for the ROAR National Championships. This year, the ROAR 1/8 Fuel Off-Road Nationals are held at the world-famous Silver Dollar R/C Raceway. Sliver Dollar is a huge facility with a smooth, high-bite surface that is known for being consistent. Lap times will be in the 31-34 second range […] Cycling – Warner First Race of the Oregon Enduro Series

June 10th, 2015 by Jason Sams

By: Kyle Warner Friday night in downtown Bend they had a movie showing of “The Rise Of Enduro” at the Tower Theater. It was an awesome event and had a showing of 250-300 people for the movie. After the showing Adam Craig and I sat in the lobby and signed movie poster for a bunch […] Cycling – Do You Have Track Legs?

June 8th, 2015 by Jason Sams Cycling’s Fergus Liam recently hit the track after nearly a year off to assess his current speed and what he needed to work on. In his most recent blog post he talks about the differences in being a roadie and trackie.  By: Fergus Liam  I love track racing. As a messenger, my preferred tool […] Cycling – Oakes & Percy Grind It Out in Lost & Found 100 Mile Gravel Grinder

June 8th, 2015 by Jason Sams

By: Ryan Oakes Having missed this race its inaugural year, I’d heard plenty of stories about what was to come. With 3 other teammates, we turned the trip into a camping/riding adventure. Coming off a broken clavicle, I’m still getting my fitness back and hadn’t put in a ride longer than 3 hours since my […] Cycling – Liam Earns Some Green In Dash for Cash

June 8th, 2015 by Jason Sams

Going into this race, I had one plan: Get a result in the P12, and make some money in the 2/3. I figured the P12 would be full of local heavies trying to make some monies, so I hedged my bets on being able to out sprint them time after time and decided to try […] Cycling – Fergus Races Memorial Day Crit After 13K Mudfoot Dirty Fundo!

June 8th, 2015 by Jason Sams

I drove to LA on Friday to attend the Mudfoot Dirty Fundo. The Fundo was advertised as 100mi with 14k feet of climbing and 20mi of dirt. Why I agreed to do this, I’m still not sure. Something about the chimichanga at the end of tunnel, IDK. I ended up doing 112 miles with 13k […]

AMain’s “DrewMo” Talks About His SWorkz Challenge/ROAR Nats Warmup Race

June 4th, 2015 by Jason Sams

By: Drew “DreMo” Moller This past weekend was the SWorkz Challenge / ROAR Nats Warm-up held in Chico, California at the World-Famous Silver Dollar R/C Raceway. The race started out with a full day of practice on Friday which allowed me to do some testing. After making some adjustments to my cars they felt awesome. […]

AMain’s Lee Martin Takes 2nd Annual Mugen Challenge Crown

June 4th, 2015 by Jason Sams

By: Lee Martin This past weekend was the 2nd Annual Mugen Challenge race held in Reims, France. The track is quite open and fast on a uniquely slick chalk surface which requires good power and the way that power is delivered needs to be smooth. The Protek Samurai excelled in both these areas providing a […]

Tessman’s SWorkz Challenge/ROAR Nats Warmup Race Report

June 4th, 2015 by Jason Sams

By: Ty Tessmann This past weekend we attended the Sworkz challenge at the beautiful Silver Dollar Raceway in Chico, CA.  This is one of the most amazing RC facilities in the world, A Main Hobbies and Kevin Jelich did an awesome job in preparing the facility and the track.  This race attracted over 200 entries, […] Cycling – Eating Before A Ride

May 28th, 2015 by Jason Sams

By: Ryan Oakes  Eating before a ride You’ve probably heard the phrase “carb-loading” in reference to the type of food someone eats before a big event. I often hear of people eating big pasta dinners the night before a big ride. Some people eat big bowls of oatmeal the morning of an event and some […] Cycling – Warner Stronger for 2015

May 27th, 2015 by Jason Sams’s Kyle Warner has been training at Chico, California’s TNT Athletic Performance Center to get stronger for the 2015 season. Warner will be defending his NAET (North American Enduro Tour) Championship and looks to compete in the EWS in 2016. In this quick clip he is shredding some trails in the Sierras. Enjoy! Cycling – Folsom Crit with Ryan Oakes

May 27th, 2015 by Jason Sams

  Folsom Crit May 23, 2015 By: Ryan Oakes Having stayed the night prior at my parents new place in Cameron Park, I decided the 45 minute bike ride down to the race would be an ideal warm-up. Unfortunately, I chose to take an alternative route that “felt” more direct and possibly faster than my […]

Osborne Takes TCRC Wins in Nitro Buggy & eBuggy

May 26th, 2015 by Jason Sams

I had a great time yesterday at the first points race of the year at TCRC.  I ran both nitro buggy and ebuggy and both of my cars were on point all day. I managed to top qualify and winn both classes by a good margin. I would like to thank and ProTek R/C for […]