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

PostPosted: September 18th, 2002, 2:55 pm
by zr800newyork
Ok indy red....great to have your interest and enthusiasm. Need to get you closer to the "real" Hill riding that Boonville can be tough to get out of- BUT that canal Trail is one of the best toward White Lake- that'll be part of one of out scheduled rides. We'll have options for rides and different place to eat/meet and greet will put it all on paper- try to have different leaders for different days lots of mixing and keeping everyone involved...I need and want and welcome help in planning and carrying this out.

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

PostPosted: September 19th, 2002, 1:59 am
by IndyRed
I'm there......White Lake (?)I have no clue but we are always ready for an adventure. Count us in, hopefully Thursday late thru Sunday. Thanks!

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

PostPosted: September 22nd, 2002, 5:51 pm
by NorthernSkunk
zr800newyork are there any sled rentals available? and websites to check of where you will be riding?

I could never "rent" a sled but the websites might help me in talkin the wife into where we/I was goin. lol.

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

PostPosted: September 23rd, 2002, 9:18 am
by 01xedge
Her some skunk

[url]http://www.timberview.com[/url]

[url]http://absolutesnowmobile.com/Absolutesnowmo/Absolutesnowmx.html[/url]

*This Message was edited on 23-Sep-02 03:27 PM by 01xedge*


*This Message was edited on 23-Sep-02 03:28 PM by 01xedge*

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

PostPosted: September 24th, 2002, 3:50 am
by zr800newyork
I know of 3-4 place with rentals- w/o web sites if you don't find what you need keep me in mind. TS

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

PostPosted: September 24th, 2002, 3:06 pm
by Magnum ZR
Hey Boys and Girls... This is Magnum from AbsoluteSnowmobile.com. I noticed there were some questions about accommodations, rentals or requirements to ride on the Hill. The new version of AS has everything you need to know about riding the Old Forge, Tug Hill region. New for this year is a Map. It doesn't have the snowmobile trails on it. That would make the clubs very mad. Their maps are a source of fund raising. Anyway... The map I have shows the major roads and the location of all the local business. You click on the businesses name and it brings you to their Website. It's very helpful if your not familiar with the area or you want to try something new. There's also a Guinness Book World Record Attempt, that requires YOU the rider to participate in. There's something for everyone! As an added note, the link that was posted for the site is incorrect. Try www.absolutesnowmobile.com

I highly recommend hooking up with TS on the TRASHER RIDE. Besides being very knowledgeable of the better, less known trails to ride, he's extremely entertaining.

See ya on the trails... THINK SNOW!!!

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

PostPosted: September 28th, 2002, 2:33 am
by zr800newyork
That expression "extremely entertaining" makes me just a little curious Magnum?

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

PostPosted: October 1st, 2002, 10:53 am
by ZR800Racer
You know I'll be there TS. Make sure they leave some moguls for me!!!! BIG MOGULS!!!!!

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

PostPosted: October 3rd, 2002, 6:25 pm
by ArcticEd
You know, TS....Entertaining, like that drunken SockPuppet thing that you do..........

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

PostPosted: October 3rd, 2002, 6:26 pm
by ArcticEd
BTW, I STILL think that the begining of January is too early.................