GCM Racing’s Adventure Series 2016 is coming to Lawrencetown Beach Provincial Park next weekend (Saturday 30th July 10am-4pm). There’ll be a great crowd of RC trail trucks competing on a variety of courses and technical competitions. If you’ve got an RC trail truck then you should really consider going along – even if it doesn’t fully comply with their regulations you’ll still have lots of fun. If you’re just interested in RC cars, then it should be a great spectator event for everyone.
More details about the series here, and more specific details about the Lawrencetown event here.
Just a quick note of thanks to those of you that foregoed the amazing weather yesterday to stop by the Keshen Goodman Public Library to say hi to us. The guys from the Tamiya Crew had fun and we hope those of you that did visit managed to take a good and detailed look at all sorts of RC cars we had on display, or managed to see the drift cars running outside. We know we’ve got some of you thinking about a new RC car! Those of you that didn’t make it out we hope at least had some RC fun outside, and we ourselves were itching to hit the trails and tracks afterwards.
Don’t forget to bring dad (or the kids – if you’re a dad) to our free event on Saturday 18th June at the Keshen Goodman Public Library. Come and see modern and vintage RC vehicles from all disciplines and chat to some experience hobbyists about this fun, educational, and all-inclusive hobby!
RC and Fathers Day weekend go hand in hand. Why not bring Dad and/or the children along to a free RC event at the Keshen Goodman Library on Saturday June 18th (map here). We’ll be there along with others from the RC community from noon until 4pm with lots of different sorts of RC cars on display including:
Looking for something to do with dad for Fathers Day weekend? Well how about coming to find out all about RC cars at the Keshen Goodman Library in Halifax on June 18th from 12-4pm. We’ll be easily visible with lots of different types of RC cars on display and a demonstration area with moving vehicles. We’ll have more details closer to the time but save the date – JUNE 18th.
Those of us that manned the HRCP stand at the Shearwater Aviation Museum Spring Hobby Show had a great time showing and talking about our RC cars, and we hope that all visitors had fun time trying our micro-sized Short Course Trucks. We’d also like to thank the guys from Halifax RC Drifters and the East Coast Adventure Series for joining us and showing off their unique disciplines of RC vehicles.
We’re already thinking about next year and how we can make our stand bigger, better and more dynamic.