New Hampshire....what types of trails or riding is over that way??
Jeff, We have a lot of groomed trails, powerlines and some boondocking (if you dare) The Rev & XP sleds do not take well to boondocking unless you know the area and how to avoid the hidden stumps & rocks. The trail systems vary from straight and flat to tight and twisty with rolling hills. Elevation in my area is about 500-1500 feet above sea level. The 2 clubs in my area spend a lot time grooming and very seldom do the trails get rough.-----Chris
Do the clubs have a good amount of members or are their below average numbers?? The attendance at the snowmobile clubs I chat with (I joined 1 this last season) is below average.The economic situation has taken a toll in our area.They continue to move forward expanding the trail system for the benefit of all.Do you ride alot?? I averaged less than 1000 miles a year in the past with my job being demanding.This past season I had some weekends free and will end this season near 2000 miles if I can make the last few trips that we have planned.
JEFF G 2009 Ski Doo Renegade 600E 2008 Ski Doo MXZ 500SS 2009 Razr SE 2007 Raptor 700R 2007 Renegade 800 2004 Suzuki DR200SE 1995 Suzuki DR250E 2011 Outlander 800 Max mrII
Last I knew, the first club I belong to has about 160 members. The other club that I belong to has about 35-45 members. I don't ride much because of the tool gig and my full time job. I have a new 07 Blizzard 800 that only has 450 miles on it. But... I ride when ever I can. Usually for only a few hrs. at a time.