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  1. I always laughed with Dad about the name ‘Sledjunk’ – it was never meant to be a “name”. He liked to have different email addresses for his hobbies and interests to keep things separate, ending in junk, and so for sledding it was sledjunk. When he joined the forum many years ago, he thought of it as a resource to help plan trips that him and Adrian could take; and so out of laziness just used sledjunk as his avatar name, thinking he would just post the odd question or comment here and there. When he told me that he was meeting someone IRL from the forum for the first time, we joked around about the danger of meeting random strangers from the internet – to stay in a public place, and don’t be shy to scream for help if they try to lure you away somewhere. Sorry to whoever it was that he was meeting – we didn’t know if you were a serial killer or not. From there, Dad got to meet many more of you and have the privilege of riding with you. I can barely remember a time that Dad didn’t have a computer hooked up in his car, so of course he would have gadgets on his sled. And it was annoying for him to run into a situation on a trail that required a tool or two and him not having it, knowing full well he had several sitting in his garage – so he started accruing more and more tools in his saddlebags to be prepared for anything. To Adrian and I – this was Dad being Dad. To you, this was “Sledjunk”. It’s all of you that made a lazy avatar name an identity. Without this forum, and more importantly the people on this forum, it’s hard to say whether Dad would have loved sledding as much as he did. He wouldn’t have racked up the many kilometers that he did each season both with the sled and trailer. I wouldn’t have tried sledding if it wasn’t for all the stories I heard about his adventures – sledding would’ve stayed a father-son activity that occurred a few times each winter. Thank you for looking out and keeping Dad safe on the trails all these years. It’s comforting to know that there is a large community that loved Dad as much as we did and is grieving with us. Thank you. Sledjunk reading the forum
    35 points
  2. Sorry I haven't been on here much since late January. After my one post about getting sick with a pneumonia and blood clots in my lungs as well. I ended up in the hospital for 2.5 weeks and off work for a month. On the positive I am now back to work and although there is some lingering side effects which I am getting tested for I am getting stronger everyday. Our sledding season is now over as the doctors and us have agreed that sledding might not be the best thing for my lungs right now. I have now quit smoking for 6 weeks cold turkey and feel great about it. The cravings are there but my willpower is stronger. I wanted to thank those of you that were vocal in your opinions about my smoking and I would like to thank you. I have also lost 30 pounds and am trying to as part of my non smoking lifestyle to eat better and try and exercise a bit more. I have missed sledding very much with a lot of my friends on here but rest assured I will be back next season. Plus there is a new 850 Indy that will be waiting for me in the fall. Again thanks to all of you that inspired me and sent me messages the past couple of months. Nunz
    25 points
  3. What an amazing 13 year old son I have the pleasure to ride with today. landed in cochrane Chimo around 11:30, with kitchenette - had some soup and crackers and left over steak for lunch. unloaded sleds and headed to gas station to fill up (who knew the Canadian tire in cochrane doesn’t have premium ???) Left 12:30pm, back home 6:50 pm fully filled up. made a nice pasta , salad and bagels and cheese for dinner. 295km round trip.filled up 25l of fuel at abitibi base camp between the two sleds. son was amazed at size of the dam and water flowing, and the 70cm depth ice road. can’t complain about December riding.
    24 points
  4. This is from the OFSC F/B page. Check out District 2: Drumroll please! The Safe Snowmobiling Ambassador award is presented to an individual, or group of individuals, in recognition of outstanding achievement and contribution to the overall safety of organized snowmobiling through one or more of the following areas: Promotion, Education and/or Partnerships. District winners are: * District 1 – Denis Vanier, Eastern Ontario Snowmobile Club * District 2 – Kris Roenigk, Paudash Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club * District 4 – Steve Hutton, Orangeville & District Snowmobile Club * District 6 – Rod and Jane Smith, Peterson Pathfinders Snowmobile Club * District 7 – Steven Barnstaple, Algonquin Snowmobile Club * District 9 – Mark Kraemer, Fergus Elora Belwood Snowmobile Club * District 10 – Eric Kalbe, Six Star Snow Riders * District 11 – Norman Guenard, Near North Snowdrifters Inc * District 13 – Kevin Ibbitson, St. Joseph Island Voyageurs Snowmobile Club * District 14 – Yvan Derry, Timmins Snowmobile Club * District 15 – Robert Richard, Arctic Riders Snow Club – Smooth Rock Falls * District 17 – Kim Cross, Atikokan Sno-Ho Snowmobile Club #VolunteerRecognition Biteharder
    22 points
  5. Sons VR1 picked up today from dealer - mine is still MIA (850 XCR)……”January” ship date, if that means anything. I may have to take his Up north for a couple of days next week, as he can’t get school time off!
    21 points
  6. Just picked up my Rene X 850 - first new Iron in my life. Can't wait to turn this beast loose. BTW, machine was manufactured in September, has been sitting at dealer since early Oct. Gauge was missing, came in last week. Props to everyone at Gateway. Great experience all around...
    21 points
  7. Just got back with 2022 Indy Evo for my 14 year old. He doesn’t even know I got him one so it’s parked out front for when he gets home off the bus. Decided in the summer to buy this instead of getting an older sled with inflated covid pricing that needed wrenching. $7,500 + HST and there’s 2 younger kids coming right up behind him.
    20 points
  8. Orillia yesterday. Getting gasoline in Coldwater.
    20 points
  9. So.....I finally had the time to stop into my dealer to inquire with an update on my new ride with the expectation to receive a date on estimated delivery and go from there, however, when my sales guy tells me I think your sled is here & done because I have parts from it sitting on my desk with your name n it (from glove box install), I was totally shocked. So we go for a walk around the dealership in search of it, no luck. Look a little harder and low and behold it is sitting in the other corner with my name on and a sign asking people to stay off - unit is sold! Two things are missing - the operational DESS and my 1+1 seat. Info dealer has is DESS will be next year.....1+1 seat late Jan/early Feb, so we see what happens, but things could be much worse. Just snapped one picture, will take some more when she is home, later this week hopefully. Turned into a great Monday!!!
    20 points
  10. The Westway. Fond memories. Dave and I went on back-to-back snowmobile trips in late March, early April one year. Who does that, how and why? Who? Sledjunk. He had a great sled ( Yamaha). We took that old railroad line from Cochrane to Quebec. Not his favourite trail. Not enough turns - oh, you race rally cars? You like corners? Not the trail for you How? By snowmobile. Under his own power eastbound to Quebec. Where we had dinner, a coffee and split 25 litres of fuel to get back to Cochrane ( no gas station, just $50 Jerry cans back then ). We each had fuel left in the tank...why fill up? Get home gas. Until his sled broke down. As we're heading back to Cochrane. He pulled out so many McIver tools. I believe he was " 2 tools and a welder" from a trailside repair. So I towed him back to Quebec. 50 kms? We had to have been halfway. Coin toss as to which way we were proceeding. The Quebec restaurant owner drove us back to Ontario after midnight. Where we got our truck/trailer, returned to Quebec for sleds in the morning. Loaded the sleds. My sled ran out of fuel on the ramp up into the trailer. That was close ! ( astute sledders will say his sled had 50 km of unused range in his towed sled. No siphon hose to draw gas. Lesson learned). Drove to Toronto. Quietly. Why? Because Dave couldn't end the season ' on the hook '. Towed by another sled. I picked him up 6 days later ( sled fixed! ) and we went back to the Westway, in Cochrane. Ventured north this time. To the dam. Last day of operations for fuel up there. Returned to the hotel. Met White Dragon and his buddy, Bill. Told them it's closed for gas up north. So they strapped huge, red gas cans onto the very capable looking Polaris snowmobiles. Problem. Solution. Welcome to the north. Welcome to Ontario snowmobiling. Welcome to oc.com, for WD, as far as I know. It was an incredible 2 weekends. Trails, some hardship, but oddly enough it was seeing two ( slightly ) younger men brush off the perils ahead that made what Dave and I went through that night seem tame. We did it. So what. It's happened before and it'll happen again. Who does that, how and why? Dave did it, on many trips and for his own reasons. Thanks for letting me (us) be part of the journey.
    20 points
  11. Over the years, my I have to admit, my dad has been pretty good to me. To the point, it could be considered spoiling your kid. I always drove a brand new truck growing up and when we were in business together, our business always paid for my sleds, seadoos, dirt bikes etc.... He never really questioned much. My dad and I have put 1000s of miles sledding around northern Ontario since the mid 90s and our last trip together was probably 15 years ago. He has had lots of sleds but the last sled that he has ridden for a full season was back in 2011. Normally he goes south for the winter but the 'Rona is keeping him in Ontario this winter. I thought that a nice way of repaying him for everything he has done over the years is to take him sledding this winter. I picked up this lightly used 2020 Indy 850 for him and we are planning some good rides this winter. Its permitted, insured and ready to rip. He always looked after me when I was growing up and I am pretty fortunate to be in the position where I can return the favour now. I am looking forward to this winter probably more than the last 10 years.
    20 points
  12. A few years back our group 4 of us came across a good sized tree blocking the trail . As we struggled to move it ,enough to get by , 2 other guys pull up behind us . They crack open the Red Bulls and watch . We get our sleds past and put the tree back across the trail . I know it was a prick move , but felt right at the time .
    19 points
  13. Was just getting ready for bed when I got a call saying that a groomer had broken down on C trail north. Our operations manager said the groomer was still running but couldn't move due to a hydraulic leak and the operator was stranded. With it being -30 and the operator alone and stranded it was go time. Made a call to another club member to assist me, didn't want to go alone. By the time I got the trailer and sleds loaded it was midnight and still -30. For those that know C trail north he was stranded at the outhouse. By the time I got home it was 3:30 and frozen.
    19 points
  14. well got my plan done ... put my house in paisley up for sale sold in under 24hrs for over asking. finalized and sealed yesterday so my new house is now not to far from hunta "close to cochrane" was going to do this this summer but house market to good me and wife are now retired and enjoying life
    19 points
  15. I'm out of sledding effective today. It's been a great winter, but I'm getting too old for this sport. Slomo is buying my 550 Polaris as a retirement present for his wife. He's overlooking the questionable fuel economy, and wants to get back to a good old two stroke machine. Nunz will be picking up my 1200 Ski-Doo on the weekend. Age has finally caught up with him, I guess. No more two strokes in his future. Sledjunk has finally capitulated and made the move to Cat. He'll be picking up my ZR9000 on his way home from Cochrane. I never thought I'd say it, but I'm sick of sledding, and will probably be going south next winter. Mark this date on your calendar.
    18 points
  16. Had to find this !!! Look at the smile.
    18 points
  17. Got out today, probably earliest start to the season.
    18 points
  18. Better late than never! Picked up the 850 this am. hopefully heading north later this week! have to put higher windshield and mirrors on when home. Dealer back ordered on tunnel protectors and HD rear springs .
    17 points
  19. Got her home, fully functional short of the DESS system
    17 points
  20. Sault Ste. Marie - Updates A few photos to go along with the video previously posted. It was a good day north of the City. Plenty of snow.
    17 points
  21. Spoke with our Dealer this am and my XCR shipped last week and Mrs Nunz's sled has shipped as well so hoping we see them in the next couple of weeks. Once they arrive will start booking trips for February and March.
    17 points
  22. Picked up Mr. Giddy's new ride today....he is wondering WTF happened to all the snow! it's +17c out there, there was 18" on the ground here last week! Just glad we were fortunate to get ours before Christmas! Giddy UP!
    17 points
  23. I met Gary back in 2009. I was the volunteer coordinator for the club in Port Severn, Baxter Snow Riders at the time. He joined the club and became trail patroller. After a few short years there was a change in the club executive, he joined us as club Secretary, along with Canuck as treasurer and myself as Vice President. Gary was very passionate about anything he was involved in, encouraged safe riding,Volunteerism and even started club and group organised rides.. Volunteered at the Powersports shows for the district 7 booth. For those who have met him, knew the type of person he was.. He passed on Wednesday, shocking to say the least.. My condolences to his wife Susan, family/friends and fellow volunteers. He will be missed by many.. Paul
    17 points
  24. Have you guys seen these on the District 9 Facebook Page? What do you think? More to come in the next week or so.
    17 points
  25. Just wanted to thank all the Clubs, Volunteers, Land Owners, Business Owners and everyone who makes this sport possible. A job well done. This had to be one of the most challenging seasons ever, with the weather, and the covid situation. Hats off to everyone. We pulled it off. Really looking forward to next season, and here's hoping it will be just as good, if not better. Kenny Johnston from PBR Riders said it best in his current facebook post. Also i want to say it was great to meet so many new OC members, and to see the ones we've already had the pleasure to meet and ride with so many times before.
    17 points
  26. Dave became an instant friend on our first group meeting with him in Kapuskasing. We spent a couple of nights in Kap and rode local trails with him, OntarioF7, ApeXman, WhiteDragon and his daughter Lily. We had a great time, I'm close friends with all of these guys still today. My son Alex29 and Dave were very fond of each other and many things in common. Several seasons ago when the snow was scarce, I suggested having a group BBQ at my house, and some 16 people showed up !! It was a frightening experience until the day of, having never met many of them. Your father was in the group that weekend and had an oops, got thrown from the sled and injured his back or ribs. I was happy to have brought some Advil with me that day. A couple of seasons ago his primary clutch let go pulling into the Companion for lunch. I offered to let him use my garage and home for whatever he needed to see if he could get it fixed, but it was done. The others in the group came back to fetch him and the damaged sled. We enjoyed having him join us for dinner while waiting. He was one of several people I've had the privilege of calling a real Friend. There was nothing I wouldn't do for him, because he was just that kind of gentleman. I am a better person today simply because he was my friend. My son and I (seen in one of Nunz's photos) will miss him dearly. I had the pleasure of talking with Adrian on Friday ... I can say with absolute certainty that Dave is not completely gone, as his son has his father's voice and many of his "ways" when he speaks. I hear Adrian's voice, but I see his father's face. R.I.P. now means Ride In Peace.... so Dave, R.I.P. my Friend.
    17 points
  27. Thanks for posting this, STG...you beat me to it. Kudos to revrnd (Kris) for having this sign made and bringing it along on our current NCDN trip so we could post it in SJ's memory on his favourite trail. I was privileged to be part of the installation process. As I remarked on FB, no doubt Dave is smiling down on this from above.
    16 points
  28. Mrs Nunz sled is at the dealer, picking it up by the weekend, Mine is still in transit.
    16 points
  29. So glad we are starting to see some Yellow in Southern Ontario. I am privileged to be able to ride from home in two places usually. I live in Kearney as well as have a place in Victoria Harbour 50/50 - and usually one of those two places is one of the first to open south of Cochrane! This year it happens to be in the latter - so - with the Orillia Club and Georgian Bay clubs working so hard to get things open - Hats off to them for all the great work they have done to be ready as quickly as they were this week.....- we FINALLY saw some Yellow on the trails today! GIDDY UP! Mr. Giddy got to check out his new ride - which he is impressed with btw...and I got to check out my new Oxygen Helmet - in love! Not many kms - but enough to take the itch off! Vic Harbour to Orillia and back. Only 100kms...but .....better than the 0 kms we have done so far this season! The trail had been freshly groomed looks like yesterday - with a nice couple of inches of fresh snow on top to make it a sweet ride! We started out and I would say on par with 9/10 most of the way - especially for early season riding! We jumped on Hoggs Bay at Victoria Harbour over to the "Hole in the Wall" and onto C towards Coldwater then onto the "Utoff trail rail bed" or C106B all the way to Lake Couchiching! The ride back was starting to warm up and after Coldwater getting soft and corners were getting bared off....parts of C trail after Wab towards Midland were getting bare and there is a HUGE open water slush hole to get onto Hoggs Bay from the Hole in the Wall to get back to the Harbour on our return. No pic of big water/slush hole as my thumb was on the throttle - sorry...LOL So we did a bit of "puddle jumping" I guess....(although it is fairly shallow there anyway - but sure didn't want to end up in the drink on our first trip out this season - not a good start)! 😁 We definitely could use more snow, even after the good dumping that we got the other day!. Just keep snow dancing folks ! I think you will see more Yellow trails later in the week - not to be confused with "yellow snow" Ride safe!
    16 points
  30. Did the run up to Halfway Haven on Friday. We didn't get in till late and decided to stay the night, instead of ride home in the dark. I think we were the first overnight customers of the year. Darrel, Rory, Kim and Dee were great hosts, and we got a good education on what it takes to run this place. Please support them if you can.
    16 points
  31. Sault Ste. Marie - Updates We did well in the past 2 days for fresh snow. One more day of storms and we should see possible sunshine by Tuesday. Total accumulations should be in the 40 cm range over a 3 day period. Great for skiers, snowshoers and snowmobilers.
    16 points
  32. Called the dealer last week about my REN X, He said it was in. Assy this week, pick-up next week. (Forgot to ask how much was missing!) Called today to get an update, and determine how much Scotch to drink tonight, missing parts- lots of Scotch, complete - lots of Scotch . He just finished putting it together, only missing part is the DESS chip. Pick-up next week. Lots of Scotch!!! REN X, 1.5 Ice, Standard display, Remote Adjust. SN is 16. they installed the Block heater, Linq Q and USB outlet. Eastern On Dealer
    16 points
  33. I had the honour of volunteering with Gary at Baxter Snow Riders. As Yukon mentioned, we were new members on the executive and there were some incredible initiatives. Gary was front and centre - communication (numerous mailouts throughout the year); participation at fundraisers; board duties; organizing trips with neighbouring clubs (Snocrest Riders). A groomer storage facility was built through the team's endeavors and the concerts in Port Severn raised funds for the Barrie hospital. Gary's participation on that team was instrumental. Organized, methodical and willing to share both his thoughts and opinions. You left every meeting with Gary knowing a bit more than when you walked in. Thanks for sharing, Gary.
    16 points
  34. Absolutely spectacular day of riding. Enjoying cocktails now at the Super 8 in Hearst. This is the busiest I've seen the Super 8 and Companion EVER. Absolutely packed with Sleds. Was very nice to meet OC member 1049 and his wife this am in Kap. And thanks to you 1049 for the parking arrangements tonight. . Lots of OC members here tonight. Some photos to share..First picture is Us and @Evil and company getting ready to hit the trails..
    16 points
  35. So another beautiful day riding with my son - swapped back and forth again with the 900/850 - nice to switch up the position and warmth ever 10km or so. we had a great sleep and both slept in as no rush. Had a huge breakfast of yogurt, cereal and bagels. received about 5cm last night so drive out to moonbeam with truck was a little slower. we unloaded at moonbeam and onto the trail heading west as far as we could around 11:20am. trails were great to superb. Only wildlife (besides the Artic Cats!) was a nice little hare. Went through to Kap(south side) to just past opasatika (trials closed), filled up in Kap and came back to moonbeam on north side of hwy11. L125 was a frigging hwy!!!! back at truck 4:20pm. 235 km. heading back up to canyon I think tomorrow .
    16 points
  36. Post your pics of your first ride. Easy start today, full tank of Sta-Biled gas & the battery on the tender all summer. Sled started on 1st attempt
    16 points
  37. Finally picked up the 2020 Doo today. As some of you know, i have been patiently waiting for a factory turboed Doo. After my renny 1200, i spent the last 2 seasons on 2 brand new Mxz X 850s. I must say i enjoyed them throughly, but have always wanted another 4 stroker, especially a boosted one. Decided to wait a season and let Doo work some kinks out. I am beyond happy, at this point, and cannot wait for the season to begin. Thanks to the guys at Leatherdale Marine for everything. A little side note, i have spent considerable time during the offseason researching the aftermarket ECU flashing, and have talked to the 3 foremost companies, Turbo Dynamics, Hurricane Performance and Precision Efi. Lots and lots of things to think about, but a decision is getting closer.... A few pictures to share.....
    16 points
  38. For PC users such as myself, this forum has been up and down occasionally due to some EX145 error.....most probably access the site on their phones so may be unaware of any problems. However, any such interruption I report it to Domino here and access is usually cleared up in a matter of minutes or hours. It is upon such occasions that I think how damn lucky we are to have this forum and how much work goes into maintaining it. Personally, I would probably not be participating in snowmobiling except for this forum. The efforts of those who generously spent time detailing their trips, giving advice on mechanical aspects, places to stay and distances, plus tips and tricks has been an inspiration. OC.com has a life of its own on the internet - births, lives lived, deaths and -sadly - marriage proposals among other things. So thanks to those in the past who got the forum up and running and to those - Marty - who are keeping it up and running at present. It feels as if a part of your day is missing if you don't get on here to find out whats happening in this community of ours.
    16 points
  39. Hello folks. Haven't been on here in a while, but wanted to reach out to two Good Samaritans who helped my husband out of jam on Saturday, February 24th. On Saturday, the volunteers of the Northern Corridor du Nord had their 2nd Annual group ride. Riders meet up from both ends of the district, gather in Kapuskasing for lunch and then proceed to the Companion in Hearst, for dinner and an evening of socializing. During lunch, a decision was made to change the route: they would take the L123 to Opasatika, instead of the "A". Hearing that one volunteer from Val Rita had planned to meet the group on the "A" trail, my husband took it upon himself to head there to try and round up that volunteer. The plan then, was to take the L145 down to the L123, meet up with the group and proceed, en masse, to Hearst. No one offered to ride with him. He was told they would wait for him at the junction of the two trails. To make a long story short, hubby never found the volunteer. He rode the L145 to meet the group. No group. After waiting a short while, he realized that the group had not stopped to wait for him. He proceeded west, seemingly now riding all the way to Hearst by himself. So much for a "group" ride. 10 km further west on the L123, his sled died. No amount of troubleshooting helped. Survival gear (axe, saw, firestarter, etc.) had been left at home in lieu of sneakers and jeans to wear to supper. And of course, there was NO CELL COVERAGE. The clock was moving towards 4:00 pm. After about 40 minutes, two riders appeared, heading east. A young couple, from Chelmsford, we believe they said. Hubby thinks their names were Barbara and Yvan. Yvan gave my big bear of a husband a ride on the back of his sled to the junction of the L143, where hubby knew there was cell phone coverage. I got the call at home. Yvan was going to give him a ride a couple klicks further east to Cargill Road, where I would pick him up. These two angels stayed with my husband until I arrived. I shouted a quick "Thank you", they responded "No problem", got on their sleds and continued on their way. Thanks to them, my husband was home before the gang in Hearst even knew he was missing. Hubby found out that they were familiar with Ontario Conditions and knew Denis007, which is why I am reaching out to them to say THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. Please message me and I guarantee there will be dinner and drinks on me next time you are in town. So many lessons learned from this but it had a happy ending, thanks to those two FANTASTIC Samaritans. Thanks for indulging me in posting my story.
    16 points
  40. 15 points
  41. Best run today from north end of lake saint Jean to just south of mont-valin. some pictures from today.
    15 points
  42. Did an interview with Ctv news yesterday, take a watch. https://barrie.ctvnews.ca/mobile/video?cid=sm%3Atrueanthem%3Actvbarrie%3Apost&clipId=2367618&utm_campaign=trueAnthem%3A+Trending+Content&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=facebook&fbclid=IwAR0O_fAT5aotMPwsYNFL4zorOINj_NwRRUDAKSoxAEykoOLNrbdAwwdP9hU
    15 points
  43. My 2022 Renegade XRS 850 is sitting at the dealer, ready for pick up. Apparently the smart shoxx are fully functional. The only unfinished item is the DESS tether. Now to find the nearest snow.
    15 points
  44. I got out for an hour or two while the snow is still here.
    15 points
  45. And it’s home. Only missing part is the DESS.
    15 points
  46. Stayed in New liskeard last night then continued trailering to cochrane this am. parked at Thrift lodge (staying next two nights) and headed out up to do the abitibi loop. on the trail 10am ish after filling up sleds, gas caddy and 2 extra empty 4l jugs of oil with hi test - as was really worried abilitbi camp would be packed , potentially run out of fuel , and wasn’t wanting to stop in today (As cochrane is packed...) First 40 km out of town was a little bumpy for cochrane - but flat white carpet mostly after that. ice road still at 100cm! Saw two groomers today. Dumped the 8l in at 85km mark in the 850. made it to the canyon - 145 km, NO WATER flowing ! fast boring (as no powder) hydroline run down to smooth rock - great late lunch at the restaurant (chicken wrap and poutine!) 230.2km to that point. The 900 ACE made it the entire way with one bar to spare on gauge. very bumpy A trail back to Cochrane. Was fast, as had to keep it 80-105km/hr to skip over the bumps. 300.2 km for the very short day. checked in really early this aft at Triftlodge. Unloaded truck, drove to get some beer, cleaned off tracks/adjusted suspension, locked up and covered by 5pm. early relaxing night tonight as plan is the head to Hearst and back tomorrow. I can’t stopping thinking about a blacked out XCR now thanks to UsedtoSkidoo!!!!
    15 points
  47. Yesterday I ordered a 2022 Renegade X-RS 850 with the fancy new automatically adjusting shocks. Black.
    15 points
  48. Spent the day with a buddy Saturday clearing a trail. Full day to do 10kms.
    15 points
  49. Congratulations go out to Jeff (baylaker) who drove all the way to Sudbury then rode to wolf mountain to ask his girlfriend to marry him.
    15 points
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