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Mr.Rong and Mr Green's Snowmowheeling Trip
 
 PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 11:07 pm 
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Headed up to the cottage in houghton lk last weekend for some snowmowheeling...great times...headed back Jan 11th for some more..let me know if you want to go

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 PostPosted: Wed Dec 30, 2009 9:30 am 

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You broke a belt on an old ladies sled? Do you guys ride like old ladies? How were the trails? I would love to spend some time squeezing the throttle on my sled, haven't done it in 5 years now. My sled is still brand new, and its 10 years old.

Do you ride fast? Could your Grandma keep up? I need to know. Seriously.

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 PostPosted: Wed Dec 30, 2009 12:28 pm 
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some ride fast, some ride slow...the faster guys are up front and we stop at every stop sign and wait for the people to catch up, make sure everybody is doing good and then head out until the next stop...most of the time we stick together as a group but there are plenty of chances for people to strech their legs and for people to putz around...unlike most misfit events...snowmowheeling is based on safety, nobody has anything to prove out there and the guys I ride with want everyone to come back safe and their sleds in one piece! Trails were beat up and alittle thin, but we still had a great time...did about 110 miles that one day

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 PostPosted: Wed Dec 30, 2009 7:19 pm 
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Mr.Rong wrote:
some ride fast, some ride slow...the faster guys are up front and we stop at every stop sign and wait for the people to catch up, make sure everybody is doing good and then head out until the next stop...most of the time we stick together as a group but there are plenty of chances for people to strech their legs and for people to putz around...unlike most misfit events...snowmowheeling is based on safety, nobody has anything to prove out there and the guys I ride with want everyone to come back safe and their sleds in one piece! Trails were beat up and alittle thin, but we still had a great time...did about 110 miles that one day


i agree snowmobiling and high speeds dont mix well, im lucky to be alive i nabbed a tree at well over 70mph thats the last time i rode like a ass hole.

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 PostPosted: Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:14 am 

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X2 shit can change real fast on a sled I clipped another sled in a corner going around 35 and although 35 does not seem fast its double that when its with another sled traveling at you.... I will ride fast when the trails permit it I ussually ride at sppeds between 50-70 and 30-50 in tighter trails....Not big in going over 90-100 on a sled dont see the need for it that is flat out haulin ass....I never push myselve faster than I know Im capible and never ever drink and get on that machine....that is the fast track to heaven...beer and sleds do not mix!!!!

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