If you have been involved in the world of radio control cars and trucks for any length of time, you most likely know the name A Main Hobbies. For the past 10 years, A Main has been one of the premiere online hobby shops in the world, in addition to having a state-of-the-art brick and mortar hobby shop, and operating Outback Raceway in Chico, CA (right near their warehouse), and Silver Dollar R/C Raceway, which hosted the 2013 IFMAR Electric Off-Road World Championships. To say that CEO and co-founder of A Main Hobbies Kendall Bennett has been burning the midnight oil would be a huge understatement.
Well, always looking to stay on the cutting edge of the radio control world and beyond, Kendall and his brain trust have completely revamped their already great website, now just www.amain.com, making it faster,even easier to navigate and have updated their logo and slogan to “Performance Sports & Hobbies.” They have also expanded the scope of their business to include bicycles as well as all things radio controlled including cars, trucks, planes, boats, multirotors (drones) and toys. The New A Main – Performance Sports & Hobbies is still all about radio control, just like before, and still has many top-of-the-line products that racers and bashers alike want and need from every manufacturer under the sun. Their own product line, ProTek, encompasses high-end products like chargers, power supplies, batteries, servos tools and much more. Proof positive that Kendall and crew love their radio controlled goodies.
New to the A Main family website is their inclusion of bicycles. As for the new bicycle products that A Main is now offering on their site, don’t expect anything from Huffy and Murray. Already owners of Cyclesport, one of the premiere shops in Chico, CA, they focus on top brands like Garmin, SRAM, Giant and Shimano, to name just a few. Even better, many of the A Main folks are into cycling themselves and are committed to expanding their selection by adding hundreds of products each and every week.
The next time you have a few minutes to surf the web, check out www.amain.com. I’m sure you’ll love how fast and easy the new site is to use and navigate. If you’ve bookmarked the old site, www.amainhobbies.com, don’t worry, you’ll automatically be redirected to the new and improved site. Be careful though, as you’ll probable add a dozen or so items to your online shopping cart before you sign off!