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JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: August 13th, 2002, 11:45 pm
by zr800newyork
Just noticed today our club is solving the trail
problem along the edge of RT 12 leaving the River
Trail Inn heading toward
Brantingham...bulling dozing a nice big wide trail
away from the highway to get you on the RR bed.

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: August 17th, 2002, 6:38 am
by Burky
What are the requirements for out of state sleds to ride in New York. Can stickers, permits etc.. be done ahead of time or do we have to hit up the permit people once we get there. Might be there since I have friends in Rochester to combine a visit with.

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: August 17th, 2002, 1:04 pm
by zr800newyork
Need the NYS registration out of state cost $35
need license, photo ID and no doubt a birth certificate...avialable at county court house.
LOL about all the ID but my buddies from Wisc had
a hard time getting everybody legal when then came
last season to ride the "HILL"

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: August 26th, 2002, 1:36 am
by ski-doo-4-me
Count me in and keep me posted on the upcoming plans.

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: September 3rd, 2002, 5:01 pm
by zr800newyork
Will do...added you to the list of tenative Tug Hill Cruisers...

*This Message was edited on 26-Oct-02 08:34 AM by zr800newyork*

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: September 4th, 2002, 11:16 am
by 01xedge
ZR800, sonic and myself are in for sure. We were talking the other day about going one day hopfully two.

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: September 4th, 2002, 12:51 pm
by M10rules
I am going to try to get out there. Let you know when it gets closer though.

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: September 4th, 2002, 3:49 pm
by zr800newyork
GREAT to hear your enthusiam... a good time will be had by all...you're on my list ...M10 probably will "rule"

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: September 16th, 2002, 2:13 am
by zr800newyork
MORE TRASH RIDE NEWS:

OUR CLUB WILL TAKE DELIVERY OF A BRAND NEW HOLLAND
Diesel with16 speeds and a 6 way front blade to cut through the famous Tug Hill moguls. The ram sterr drag will be a beauty, This is not a lease either!!! Our 200 Tucker will continue to pull the mogul master and do the fine job it did last year. Our back up little Trucktrax will take care on the secondary trails.
Just a little over 100 days and the trashers will ride.

JAN. 2003-and 2004 Tug Hill Cruisin Results- Update Monday 3/15/04

PostPosted: September 18th, 2002, 7:27 am
by IndyRed
Hi, thanks to the response to my email. We are about 3 hours south of Tug Hill. I ride a Polaris 600XCSP and my husband a SkiDoo MXZ700. We are 43/44, but look much younger, haha. We both rode as kids, but only as a couple for 3yrs. We ride local when we can, Southern Adirondacks and took a trip to Cananda last winter. I LOVE to ride so we go whenever we can. We stayed in Booneville 3x's last year. A trasher ride would be great, I'll keep checking for updates...........