Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by What'dyabringmetoday???, Nov 17, 2011.
How 'bout a break from all the whining about work? Who rides sleds? What brand? Where? etc.,etc.
You need snow first, right? Let's me out!
Does it go? Then, I ride it.
Oh no she didn't!
Don't own one, but love to ride. Usually a Polaris Switchback, excellent crossover it's a 2006. I got on a 2011 800 after the ice storm in early Feb. on the clock I should add, had to turn it into lunch, it wasn't the simple loop I had planned. It was a lengthly ride but pretty tame, something about calling in a snowmobiling injury, even on lunch was jabbing at me. Hope I get a chance to get on that sled this season. On my own time! Having lots of friends in law enforcement who also ride pretty much gives them carte blanche in terms of where to ride. Most of the resorts in the Poconos in PA. offer rentals, wife has family in Tannersville, tend to get out there twice a season. Can't wait, been thinking about it alot since the storm last month.
I used to. Got sick of being out in the cold for work and on weekends too, so I sold it.
Just bought a sled from a guy from Jersey. He has a camp in Rodman (near me) so that is where I picked it up. Haven't had time to go through it but it appears to be cherry.
Only when I am bow hunting in North Dakota.
Now, I know.
Everyonce in a couple of weeks give or take a few days Mrs. anonymous likes to ride the wild pony.
It is a great way to boost the economy. Especially the folks at the gas stations. Seriously- great family sport. My 6 yr-old has his own and rides my 3 yr-old daughter behind him.
Having lived in snow country all my life I have to admit I have never owned one. I've never had the desire to own one because so many of my friends have 2 or 3 of them and I could always barrow one if the need arose. They were fun to go bar hopping on but law enforcement took the fun out of that activity too. Damn spoil sports!
I ride a Polaris Dragon 700 with a 163" track and boondockers NOS. Mostly ride in the mountains here in Montana ride a little in Idaho
I have this mental thing against yellow mustard buckets, yamidogs and pussycats...
Raced a 440XCR and 440 fan in WSA Snocross in 95-98.
I lived for two races, Duluth in November and Grand Geneva in March - as a spectator.
I can smell Klotz from a mile away, I still have all my clutches and springs.
I love snowmobiling and I could talk sleds with the best gear-head in the 90's.
Ski Doo Xp all the way baby! Chama New Mexico, and Snowies in Larmie is mostly where I do my riding.
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