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Cuyuna

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Cuyuna last won the day on October 6 2016

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About Cuyuna

  • Rank
    Senior Member
  • Birthday 08/22/1952

Profile Information

  • Location
    Maple Lake
  • Main Riding Area
    Halibuton County
  • Club
    HCSA
  • Sled
    2016 Polaris Indy 800 / 2009 ACTurboTouring- 280hp
  • Previous and/or Other Sleds
    2002 AC Pantera 800 / 1995 AC ZR 700 / 1990 Indy 650 / 1988 Indy 400 / 1980 Moto Ski Futura 500 / 1980 Scorpion Whip 440 / 1973 Scorpion Stinger 340
  • 16/17 Mileage
    1500
  • 15/16 Mileage
    1000
  • 13/14 Mileage
    3000
  • 12/13 Mileage
    2000
  • 11/12 Mileage
    2000
  • 10/11 Mileage
    1500
  • Interests
    Performance cars, wrenching, sledding, photography, drums
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. Cuyuna

    NEO Trailer

    I definitely get your point on trailering. I now live where I trailered to for 35 years. If I can't leave from my property, I don't ride - period. Like you, my season died before the end of February. I see all the posts of guys heading up to Cochrane, etc., but I'm done with that. However, I'll remain in sledding until the palm trees start growing in Haliburton. lol ! Hope you do as well... you are an asset to the HCSA club.
  2. Cuyuna

    NEO Trailer

    A couple of new ones on the horizon ?
  3. Cuyuna

    Yamaha may be done-not good for industry

    Yamaha is very busy on other bigger projects... https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Business-Trends/Yamaha-technology-leads-new-wave-of-motor-boat-development
  4. Cuyuna

    My update

    Congrats on the new you answering the "knock on the door." ! All the best next year for the new you, sled and season !
  5. Cuyuna

    Wake up Ontario. This is how it's done.

    Yes, and we need to fix that.
  6. Cuyuna

    Wake up Ontario. This is how it's done.

    Nothing can be changed by running away from it.
  7. Cuyuna

    Trail Status

    It's all over but the cryin'.
  8. Cuyuna

    Wonder what yamaha has up their sleeve....

    Come on 02, you can be just as out of control on 90 hp as 200. It's the rider, not the machine.
  9. Cuyuna

    Wonder what yamaha has up their sleeve....

    Most Scorpion guys will say Scorpion died on the very day AC bought them out.
  10. Cuyuna

    Wonder what yamaha has up their sleeve....

    So - you can't have the best of both worlds. When I ride, I like to include all components of riding - lakes, speed, twisties, hills, technical, cruising. All with respect to all other riders.
  11. Cuyuna

    Wonder what yamaha has up their sleeve....

    I do not understand the blah blah blah about the travesty of Yamaha motors in Arctic Cats ... What's the difference between that and Suzuki motors in Cats, or even before that when there were Kawasaki motors powering Cats ? I think that the worse thing about the Arctic Cat / Yamaha relationship is the fact that we don't really have four manufacturers anymore, we are down to 3 in effect. It's kind of like Bombardier buying out Moto-Ski where the only difference was the badging - all because Bombardier had to maintain the Moto-Ski name for several years after the acquisition.
  12. Cuyuna

    Wonder what yamaha has up their sleeve....

    No speed limit on lakes. btw, how many sleds would be sold with 50 kmh speed limiters ? just sayin'
  13. Cuyuna

    Wonder what yamaha has up their sleeve....

    There seems to be a lot of edginess across all of the forums in general lately. Blame it on another lame winter where everyone is riding their keyboards instead ...
  14. Here's to a better season next year ! Thanks HCSA for the great work this year. You made some fine trails out of very little. The club exec, volunteers and groomers should be very proud of the fine work done, as brief as it was. I had some great rides and really appreciate this club's efforts.
  15. Cuyuna

    Cost of being towed

    True friend... very, very rare.
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