THE Cub Report – Finding Marvingate
Is it summer yet? Around the greater Chicago metro it feels more like early spring, but luckily most of the country is sporting the type of temps you want for getting out and bashing. Or busting out the rc boat, plane, tank, etc. 🙂
First up this week is Pro-Line’s By The Fire! It is almost here (goes down this weekend!), and with any luck, I can FINALLY make it. I will be out west for the Hangtown motocross opener and hope to squeeze in some time to check out what is said to be one of the best scale events in the entire world. We’ve been working with Pro-Line for a very long time now and have learned that everything they do, and I mean everything, is done to the best of their ability. From tires to scale crawling events, Pro-Line is the type of company that really prides itself on its work, and all you guys that hit By The Fire are sure to have a time that will be talked about for years to come.
Then, on June 14th, is ParkerFest West out in Yreka California, and then AxialFest 2018 in July. And while I am not sure if we are supposed to be talking about Axial, Axialfest is the biggest, baddest of them all, and really shouldn’t be missed if you are gnar-core into the scaling scene.
If you aren’t up for a long drive or airplane flight, I have not even mentioned all the smaller scale events going on weekly across our country. Yes folks, 2018 is going to be an epic year for the scale crawling community. Ya, we know most people won’t travel all the way across the country for an event, but the important part is that we hope you hit up your local events. Get out, enjoy the weather, enjoy the hard work of your local crawling/scaling club, and have a ton of fun with others in the scale crawling community.
Yes, this week’s CR is short, but sweet. The entire crew at BigSquidRC hopes you get a chance to drop by your LHS or hobby shop this week, and feel free to slap an rc sticker on your full scale ride to remind others how fun our hobby is.
In closing, this week’s Cub Report is dedicated to Betty Jean. Salt of the Earth person, loving mother, and a person who will always be missed.
YOUR Cub Reporter