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About revrnd

  • Birthday 10/15/1961

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Profile Information

  • Location
    Apsley, Ontario
  • Main Riding Area
    Central Ontario
  • Club
    Paudash Trailblazers
  • Sled
    2018 MXZ Blizzard 900 ACE
  • Previous and/or Other Sleds
    1981 Elan 250 (still own)
    1983 Citation 3500
    1985 Formula MX
    1990 Mach 1
    1995 MXZ 440
    1998 MXZ 500
    2001 MXZ 600
    2004 Legend Sport 600 SDI
    2007 MXZ 600SDI Adrenaline
  • 18/19 Mileage
    3014
  • 17/18 Mileage
    1404
  • 16/17 Mileage
    360
  • 15/16 Mileage
    709
  • 14/15 Mileage
    776
  • 13/14 Mileage
    2258
  • 12/13 Mileage
    1040
  • 11/12 Mileage
    1467
  • 10/11 Mileage
    508
  • Gender
    Male

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  1. I knew the quads & SxSs were built down there, the Sea-doo shift was news to me.
  2. I see they mention Spyders being built in Valcourt, maybe the Sea-doo production has been shipped south?
  3. Aren't the Sea-doos built in Valcourt in the 'off-season'?
  4. I remember when I was in valcourt back in '94. I toured the museum and drove by the plant. Lots of crates out it 'the field' that looked like they had been sitting there for a while. Talking to my dealer afterwards & he said if they have parts shortages, they would build the sled to completion, crate it & then store them. Bring them back into the plant to complete assembly.
  5. Lydia Lake Lodge was/is east of Longlac. I remember seeing the signage. We rode from Hearst to Geraldton. The next day we rode the Greenstone Loop & then down to M'wadge.
  6. About 3 seasons (2007) w/ my 1st SDI sled the relays acted up in Cochrane (not the 1st time the sled had been up there). We stopped @ Mikey's in Timmins to get a spare, they were out of stock & said that they'd had a run on them. I think we headed up to Hearst & I was able to get 1 there. There were 2 other non-SDI ZX sleds in the group that started w/o any issues. I'm guessing they didn't use the relays.
  7. Would Qwissy's have been open back then? I recall guts on the old TrailConditions.com message board asking about it. The place was closed up when we rode thru before D16 shut down.
  8. I got a PM on FS from the person & they were able to sign up!
  9. I was thinking the same thing Yes! LOL I don't think I've really changed in what I carry since running the 900 vs the 2 strokes.
  10. The power back that I've carried and fortunately haven't had to use yet. I have a few of the micro relays packed as well. I havent heard of issues w/ them, but I think the larger relays BRP used started to crap out after 3 seasons. BTDT (actually witnessed) an Apex that needed the 'hair dryer treatment' back in 2010. I don't know if the owner ever took any steps to rectify the cold weather starting issues. He still has the sled (40th Anniversary Edition) but for all intents is out of sledding.
  11. From what I've read it is. Guys have posted that riding on the ballast on stretches west of Pembroke was hard on tires. I know it likely would be difficult to bike on it unless you were on a fat bike. I MTBed from near Dranoel (south of Bethany) up to Lindsay several years ago. They had spread crushed stone along 1 stretch & it was like trying to ride thru the ball pit @ McScrawny's.
  12. https://www.pembroketoday.ca/2021/05/31/21km-section-of-algonquin-trail-between-renfrew-and-cobden-to-be-stone-dusted-this-summer/?fbclid=IwAR3AICnGJN-Ablmw3DjEh5N7kAtIzOMQsSIFPjq4ZU5p0hYLh3z1QplvWqI
  13. I got a message from someone that has been trying to sign up on OC the last few weeks and has been getting this message: I had sent him the link to the sign in, but that doesn't change anything. If anyone can suggest another link for him try, please post it here and I can pass it on to him.
  14. Not sure of the exact spot on the north shore but it was near the golf course. I remember a little splash across a pressure crack. It was in the early 90s as we were on our was back from Port Loring & I squeaked a piston in my Mach 1. Let's just say it was an interesting trip across the sound. I'm sure there are other person w/ more timely info on the ice running. On another weekend up there we ran out to Henry's Fish Restaurant. Talk about a zig zag tree line to follow to get out to it. Looking towards the horizon the clouds looked very ominous.
  15. It was a short cut from the north end of the fitness trail south to where the tank farm used to be.
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