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Old 04-15-2019, 08:12 AM   #251 (permalink)
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If you are traveling the Weenie Roast is not worth it. From parking to safety it's a total mess.

Battle on the Bay was supposed to have snow and Ice racing and would have been a good event if not cancelled.

Getting any event prepped and classed is a pain. And lately no one shows up. Instead of putting a lot of time and money into it. I would stay where you are. Enjoy what you're doing.

And leave these "Fastest Guys on the Internet" Types alone. It gets to be a real headache and nothing ever changes.

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Old 04-15-2019, 09:22 AM   #252 (permalink)
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It's kool that cat wins at Haydays!

I watched a Polaris kick turbo ass at the snow outlaws this year!

You really need to get the F out of the house!
I can take you to different races all over the US. were Poo, Doo, Cat, and Yamaha win!
Oh stop, he won't race or care about a snowmobile on snow. Only wants to be fast on grass or ice. Meth makes you do stupid shit.

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Well, he ainít here no more. Thatís not acceptable!
He left because he was sick of idiots like CJ and smelly making everyone who likes Cats look like morons.





...but all that nonsense isn't relevant. This thread is sweet. For the first time ever, Joe has a ton of posts in something and everyone is ignoring him. I've only seen one quoted post. Keep it up! Ought to drive him nuts that NO ONE is reading his nonsensical babble.
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Old 04-15-2019, 09:41 AM   #253 (permalink)
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Oh stop, he won't race or care about a snowmobile on snow. Only wants to be fast on grass or ice. Meth makes you do stupid shit.


He left because he was sick of idiots like CJ and smelly making everyone who likes Cats look like morons.





...but all that nonsense isn't relevant. This thread is sweet. For the first time ever, Joe has a ton of posts in something and everyone is ignoring him. I've only seen one quoted post. Keep it up! Ought to drive him nuts that NO ONE is reading his nonsensical babble.
You just can't resist talking about me in the majority of your posts.......LOL.

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Old 04-15-2019, 10:00 AM   #254 (permalink)
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St. Germain, or the Weenie Roast?
Dont know. Which one is more fun with better area trails?

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You can’t go wrong with going to either one. The snow outlaws are at both events, endless trails and lots of racing. I prefer the weenie roast over st. Germain. Guys from the east coast come to both events and love it.
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You canít go wrong with going to either one. The snow outlaws are at both events, endless trails and lots of racing. I prefer the weenie roast over st. Germain. Guys from the east coast come to both events and love it.
are the trails turbo friendly or is it super tight and twisty shit?
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are the trails turbo friendly or is it super tight and twisty shit?
I can loose you on either one!
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You can’t go wrong with going to either one. The snow outlaws are at both events, endless trails and lots of racing. I prefer the weenie roast over st. Germain. Guys from the east coast come to both events and love it.
are the trails turbo friendly or is it super tight and twisty shit?
They have both types of trails and a lot of lakes as well. The turbo guys never complain about the trails at either place.
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Old 04-15-2019, 10:28 AM   #258 (permalink)
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You can’t go wrong with going to either one. The snow outlaws are at both events, endless trails and lots of racing. I prefer the weenie roast over st. Germain. Guys from the east coast come to both events and love it.
are the trails turbo friendly or is it super tight and twisty shit?
Depends the direction you want to ride. That's right in my neck of the woods so can cover either/or
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are the trails turbo friendly or is it super tight and twisty shit?
Lots of turbo sleds in that neck of the woods throughout the season, so you'll be just fine Tom. You can run forest roads, lakes, some rail road beds ... and of course, the tighter/twisty stuff too. All kinds of options
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