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dc76

Member Since 07 Nov 2008
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In Topic: Post up your snowmobile pictures

20 February 2020 - 12:44 PM

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In Topic: 2019/20 Mountain conditions, pics and updates

17 February 2020 - 10:47 AM

Sorry but out of 18 days this was the best photos? Just busting your [emoji459] [emoji459]


It’s true I haven’t taken the camera with me at all this year. Just carrying the phone and not pulling it out often.

Most often when I try to post pics using Tapatalk I get errors as well so I just post on the gram.

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In Topic: 2019/20 Mountain conditions, pics and updates

13 February 2020 - 06:17 AM

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Just finished 18 glorious days off riding various areas.

Taking off for another 12 tomorrow.




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In Topic: 2019/20 Mountain conditions, pics and updates

14 January 2020 - 02:39 PM

Snow is stupid here, still didn't take any pics. My 'gram account is suffering for content, might lose a sponsor LOL


You have the gram? Here I thought you were social media illiterate lol


No snow around here. Everyone stay at home.

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In Topic: What's coming 1/13/2020

14 January 2020 - 02:36 PM

Funny thing about the inter-mountain west... generally there is not a whole lot of snowmobiling happening below 8000 ft. Unless you happen to like running up and down a barren hay field.

When we get a winter storm heading our way, it's always predicted as rain below 7500 ft, and snow above 8000 ft. I'm fortunate in that I live at 9000 ft, and can ride right from my garage to get up to the deep powder areas between 10,000 and 12,000 ft.


I don’t know what the “inter mountain west” is and what it wouldn’t encompass but up here even around the meca of Western riding, Revelstoke the riding starts to get good around 4500’. The Boulder Mtn cabin as an example is 5400’. We regularly ride 5000-7000’ all day in champagne pow.

Further SW in the kootenays we ride right from the garage door at 1500’ to 7500’.

Up North in Valemount riding is also from 5000-7000’. We rarely go over 8000’

So it sounds like for now this sled is ideal and even geared more towards the Western Canadian Market than the 10,000’+ riding South of the 49th Parallel.


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