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Old 03-05-2012, 01:23 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I think I saw those ass clowns. I didn't even slow down and passed them at 45-50mph. Really stupid place to stop.

You did forget one group the early/mid 90's 600cc "brand of choice" with the sno pro rider goosing it at every road stop. No wonder why the trails went to shit by noon Saturday


Yeah, those jokers were out in full force as well. Losers with their flannel or gay ass gear, backpacks with shovels sticking out of them, loud cans, rocking a POS sled. We got behind a group of sleds being led by a fushion 700. I knew that when i saw the fushion that we were in for a treat. They actually went somewhat fast but the douche in the rear on an orange crossfire was brapping all over the place. Thought it was cool to lift a ski i guess? I waved and gave him the thumbs up and he waved back bwahahaha! We got a good laugh over his poser ass at the next stop.

Oh, and the carhart bibs with the fleet farm helmet club was out as well! must have had a get together to discuss how to properly duct tape a seat.

I am actually glad the season is over.
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Old 03-05-2012, 07:57 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I was in Hayward, saw many ass hats, but I look like an idiot riding a 162 on the trail lol. Still had fun, drank way too much and didn't ride enough but I am sore as hell. I have been to the horns twice and never got sore at all.
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:27 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Main reason I don't ride during the weekends. You got the riders who park where ever, the idiots who get impatient and need to pass. the punks who have to brap and tear up the trail. The rentals are the worst. You never know where they are going to go.

My thoughts are, if I see you which normally I will as I look back a lot. I will pull over and gladly let you pass, when it is safe for my group to do so.
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:30 AM   #14 (permalink)
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I was in Hayward, saw many ass hats, but I look like an idiot riding a 162 on the trail lol. Still had fun, drank way too much and didn't ride enough but I am sore as hell. I have been to the horns twice and never got sore at all.

Should have stopped in, say hi.
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Old 03-05-2012, 09:33 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:05 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I remember when my kids were small. My boy was the worst. He'd be sleeping in under 2 miles. No straps or safety belt. That was a handful, holding him with one hand and running the sled with the other, while trying to stay to the right and out of the way of faster traffic. Now he's 7 and holds onto the bars just inside the controls. Good luck , catching us now! He loves speed and flying high. I'd rather it be me teaching him how to ride hard in a safe manner , than when he gets older and try shit on his own that I've already proven doesnt work! At age 7, he is twice the driver of over half the idiots I seen last weekend. He only has 3 years experience on his modded 120 and a few runs on my switchback with me on the back of course. To many poeple think that just because they can start a sled and drive it they know what their doing. True snowmobile safety is taught over a period of time and cannot be learned in a safety course!
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:28 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Yeah, those jokers were out in full force as well. Losers with their flannel or gay ass gear, backpacks with shovels sticking out of them, loud cans, rocking a POS sled. We got behind a group of sleds being led by a fushion 700. I knew that when i saw the fushion that we were in for a treat. They actually went somewhat fast but the douche in the rear on an orange crossfire was brapping all over the place. Thought it was cool to lift a ski i guess? I waved and gave him the thumbs up and he waved back bwahahaha! We got a good laugh over his poser ass at the next stop.

Oh, and the carhart bibs with the fleet farm helmet club was out as well! must have had a get together to discuss how to properly duct tape a seat.

I am actually glad the season is over.
I thought I saw you with a back pack and a mohawk helmet! I tell you, them people with those 1200 gades are real gems! ;-)
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:35 PM   #18 (permalink)
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I thought I saw you with a back pack and a mohawk helmet! I tell you, them people with those 1200 gades are real gems! ;-)


Sshhhhh, dont tell anyone lol! Bwahahaha!
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I will say most of the people riding with children are cautious and in control when I come across them in the north country of NH, there is of course, the occasional douche nozzle that is totally on the wrong side of the trail, and has no idea why I am flipping him off, stupid people are reason we are losing our rights as Americans left and right
Any dipshit can buy a sled, or rent one, and ride it .....
I ride during the week, but even that is tough during school vacation weeks
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Old 03-05-2012, 10:22 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Sitting here reading this just laughing my ass off - Because most of it is all true

Plain and Simple - Everyone i talked to on Saturday in Northern WI said it was there first ride of the season , yeah NO SHIT it shows - Reminds me of the first snow every winter seeing all the cars in the ditches

I guess there was a good reason i packed up and headed to the U.P. at 4am on Sunday
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