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LuvMyViper

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About LuvMyViper

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  • Birthday 02/16/1963

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  • Location
    Kitchener
  • Main Riding Area
    Kitchener
  • Sled
    2003 SXViper
  • Gender
    Male
  • Website URL
    http://www.ontarioconditions.com

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  1. Welcome to the forum Grand and Donna.. I hope you enjoy the forum and Merry Christmas!@
  2. Welcome to the forum. And Merry Christmas..
  3. Are you sledding your sled?
  4. hahahahaha Good one!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
  5. I'm ice fishing in North Bay for the week (Callander Bay). We're suppose to get 35cm here from this storm and another 15-20cm on Sunday.. I'll update tomorrow morning with snow depth update...
  6. Hey roxiesdiner. Welcome to the forum. I hope you enjoy yourself here.. Happy trails.. Rick
  7. Even the schnitzel looks frozen.... 14Snow is lucky he doesn't have a hook for a hand after that trip (broken handle bar warmer)...
  8. Emmerich was there with me.. STG, DooNut, Crazy Larry and a bunch of guys I don't remember but I remember they drank a lot of beer... 14Snow, Emmerich and myself had a ride in -49C weather, it was like snowmobiling on the mooon...
  9. Holy Crap!!!! You better get a second opinion ASAP!
  10. Here's an update Tragic snowmobile deaths occur during radar runsBy: Chris Dawson - BayToday.ca | Feb 08, 2016 - 4:00 PM | The Noelville OPP confirmed to BayToday.ca that two fatalities on the Murdoch River occurred during a radar run on the body of water near Alban Saturday night around 6:30 p.m. File photo The Noelville OPP confirmed to BayToday.ca that two fatalities on the Murdoch River occurred during a radar run on the body of water near Alban Saturday night around 6:30 p.m. “The investigation is moving forward, we have determined that speed and visibility were contributing factors,” stated OPP Constable Andre Bisson Monday afternoon. “We can also confirm that a speed measuring device was on site and being used to measure the speeds of snowmobiles.” OPP say a single snowmobile, being operated by a 42-year-old man, was travelling near some ice fishing huts and hit a 29-year-old woman that was standing near one of the huts. Both were fatally injured. A one-year-old child was also injured and taken to the local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The sled operator James Nathan Wright, age 42, and Julie Piotrowski, age 29, were both pronounced dead at the scene. “From what we can understand through the investigation is that it was a competition, people were having their machines tested against the personal radar and from there all it adds is different components that are attributed to a complete and thorough investigation,” said Bisson. OPP say a reconstruction of the collision has not yet been completed by the investigating team. “We understand that people want to test out their machines and sometimes they do by means of a radar device but in doing so they also have to be cognizant of the fact at those high rates of speeds that anything can go wrong,” warned Bisson. Police would not confirm where Piotrowski was when the collision happened, or how far away from the racers she was, but its believed she was a spectator when the unthinkable collision occurred. “They (radar runs) are usually done in a very controlled environment where the tracks are very flat and secure and if there are any spectators they are actually very far from the actual action itself.” Bisson adds that speed limits of 50 km/h are posted on area trails but not on waterways. However, he reminds snowmobile enthusiasts that they can face serious speeding infractions on frozen bodies of water. “Lakes and rivers don’t have posted speed limits but it is expected underneath the act that speeds are such that the driver operates it safely and doesn’t endanger anyone,” he said. “It can go from a speeding offence to a careless offence and all the way to a dangerous driving offence through the criminal code of Canada.” http://www.northernlife.ca/news/policeandCourt/2016/02/08-snowmobile-fatality-alban-sudbury.aspx?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook
  11. Two more senseless snowmobile deaths in the French River area Snowmobile collided with 29-year-old woman near an ice fishing hut Two people are dead after a snowmobile collision on the Murdock River, near the community of Alban on Saturday, Feb. 6. Members of the OPP Noelville detachment responded to the incident shortly after 6:30 p.m. A 42-year-old man was traveling in a snowmobile near some ice fishing huts and collided with a 29-year-old woman, who was near one of the huts. The operator, James Nathan Wright, and Julie Piotrowski were both pronounced dead at the scene. Both lived in the municipality of French River. A one-year-old child was also injured and transported to local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Members of the OPP Technical Traffic Collision Investigations (TTCI) are assisting with the ongoing investigation to determine the cause of the collision. The OPP are asking anyone who has information regarding this collision to contact the Noelville OPP Detachment at 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers at www.crimestoppersdm.com or call 1-800-222 TIPS (8477). http://www.northernlife.ca/mobile/displayarticle.aspx?id=103709
  12. Hey blown. Where do you live? I have a friend that's an avid snowmobiler that ships sleds north(not sure if it's only his sleds) He's in the Kitchener area and might be worth calling them (JR Hall Transport in Ayr)
  13. We're different here .
  14. It's called "Karma" :D The next time someone tries what they did, we won't be as nice Once the story got out about what (and how) they did, a lot of people turned their backs on them. Then they turned their backs on each other..
  15. Bump. For the new members.