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|03-15-2017, 08:52 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2008
Current Sled(s): 2015 ZR 5000 LXR
Previous Sled(s): 07 IQ 600, 02 Indy Classic, 98 Indy Trail, 75 Ski Whiz
Location: Southern Ontario
Favorite Riding Area: Haliburton Highlands
15-16 Mileage: 900 km's s
14-15 Mileage: not much
13-14 Mileage: 2000kms
Riding Since: 79
I was there on the weekend. Trails were fair to middling. There were some very icy corners, and some sections of trail had some considerable "melt off" areas on the sides of the trail.
There were 3 separate accidents while I was there (4 hours total), and the last required an Ornge chopper for transport. Lucky that they had 3 OPP cruisers (with sleds) and an Emergency Services truck stationed there for the day.
Can't say the trails were that bad to have caused that unfortunate outcome. They were at capacity for sleds (100), but that is a pretty high %. My first time visiting, and probably my last.
Drive safe if you go....
|03-16-2017, 11:52 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Super Advanced Member
Join Date: Jan 2009
Current Sled(s): '16 800 INDY '09TZ1Turbo 280 hp
Previous Sled(s): 02 Pantera 800,95 ZR700,Indy 650,400
Location: Haliburton ON Canada
Favorite Riding Area: Haliburton
13-14 Mileage: 2000
Riding Since: 1984
If you are not running studs and good carbides, don't go, imho.