Thank you all the helped out and attended. Thank you to Stacy and her crew they pulled off a great event! the trails were amazing the day was beautiful. Thank you to all the companies that supported and donated to the event and ultimately to our trail system.
We had some great runs for the radar run and some great food. our pictures are all posted on our FB page.
Winning information listed below
52 sleds participated.
Average Highest Speed, 1000 Class: 89 MPH, Steve Borges
500 LC Class: 1st Place: Wyatt Pepi; 73 MPH
600 LC Class: 1st Place: John Tarr; 77 MPH
2nd Place: Sandy Osgood; 75 MPH
3rd Place: Wayne Delano; 75 MPH
700 LC Class: 1st Place: Tom Harmon; 86 MPH
2nd Place: Derek Harmon; 84 MPH
3rd Place: Brad Pelletier; 75 MPH
800 LC Class: 1st Place: Ricky Gaudreau; 89 MPH
2nd Place: Dave Charrette; 87 MPH
3rd Place: Justin Dolan; 84 MPH
1000 LC Class: 1st Place: Steve Borges; 89 MPH (Top Avg. Speed)
2nd Place: Rick Gaudreau; 83 MPH
3rd Place: Jim Wentworth; 83 MPH
1200 4 Stroke: 1st Place: John Sheridan; 85 MPH
2nd Place: Dave Charrette; 81 MPH
3rd Place: Anthony Addonizio; 80 MPH
To all, our members and guests,
The Trail Master has officially opened the trails. This is also in a limited capacity. There are still open water bars, rocks showing and trees down. Ride at your own risk! There are also some gates still closed do not go around them! Not all trails are groomed, the weather and conditions are not allowing for all trails to be groomed!
2 trail closings – the Silver lake Hardware Trail off of G junction remains closed with no current reroute. This is closed at G junction and the gate at SLH.
Goe Hill is currently closed we are working on a reroute. This trail will be closed at Maple Grove after Q junction and at T junction. Do not ride these trails.
Nature’s Conservancy has asked that we stay on our trails and not the hiking trails particularly the new one near 41 they are signed. Do not ride these trails. We will update as conditions get better!
We still need a lot of help out there or the system will not get fully opened! If you ride you need to help!
Ride safe, watch the conditions, stay on the trails and obey all laws!
Thank you and have fun!
AS OF DEC 18TH WE ARE NOW INTO THE SEASON SO TO SPEAK AND THERE IS SNOW IN MANY AREA’S OF THE STATE!
IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO JOIN THE CLUB AND REGISTER THE SAME DAY OR WITHIN A COUPLE DAYS, YOU WILL NEED TO VISIT THE NHSA PORTAL TO JOIN THE CLUB. THIS WILL ALLOW YOU QUICK ACCESS TO YOUR VOUCHER.
IF YOU MAIL OR JOIN THE CLUB VIA OUR WEB SITE YOU STILL NEED TO SEND A FORM SO THIS WILL TAKE TIME! UP TO 2 WEEKS!
Please be advised we are volunteers and memberships to include vouchers do not happen overnight!
From one of our Groomer Operators
Over the last few weeks we have received many inches of snow, however, the trails remain closed. As I write this, Madison has received close to 14″ of snow (This storm alone) and Freedom maybe 8-10″. While we welcome the abundance of white stuff, we need to stay off the trails until they are deemed open. We are hopeful that this early snow will benefit our base and allow us to get an early start to the season. Pay attention to FB for the latest news and trail work meetings. Also, I have updated the latest trail closures due to land owner wishes. So please take note, Dave is working on options/solutions. We’re almost there! Hang in there. TC 11/27/18
President Info on the trails
To all concerned…. The people that run this club, like most other clubs in this state, are volunteers that give up a lot of time to keep our trails and club working. We have day jobs and families! Now that there is some snow on the ground people are coming out of the woodwork looking for memberships and grooming. Nothing has changed we are still doing what we need to do but if you have waited till now to join it will take longer because many others have done the same and that same volunteer has no extra time to do it. Please be patient. The trails are not opening for a couple of weeks yet. If the snow keeps up then they should be open for Dec. 15th. Otherwise please stay off the trails or we will lose them. It pisses off landowners when you rip up their land because of low snow cover.