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Tim Gluth (www.tiglu.com, @tiglu)
“I’ve always been fascinated with cars, and from an early age, I found myself drawn to remote and radio-controlled cars. My first R/C car was a remote-controlled Corvette (tethered) from New Bright. If I remember correctly, I had gotten it for my 5th birthday. It was a great car, and I have great memories of it. Those type of memories are what I want to have my children experience and keep with them as they grow. Up until this year (2012), I haven’t had a “true” hobby-grade R/C vehicle. That all changed with my purchase of a Traxxas Slash 4×4 and I can’t wait to learn more about this hobby and help others along the way.”
Article and Review Contributors:
A long-time hobbyist, Josh has seen and done a number of activities revolving around the hobby of radio-controlled cars and trucks. From local, club-level racing to rock crawling, he has a unique perspective on the hobby as a whole, and the directions that it is headed.
Matthew Horsley (@rcbashinguk)
Matthew Horsley is sponsored by Asiatees.com and provides reviews and insight into the products he purchases through their site. Any product reviews are not influenced by this sponsorship.
Having been involved in the hobby for 15 years, Matthew Horsley brings his enthusiasm for all forms of R/C vehicles to his videos, reviews, and beginner tips. Check out his YouTube channel for great bashing and crawling footage and check out his product reviews and advice here on RCNewb.com.
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