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Best Pitstops?

PostPosted: October 25th, 2017, 3:35 pm
by JohnPrusak
We're putting together our Best 101 Trailside Pitstops story again, and seeing if any of you folks who still ride have any places of note... If you have a place you'd like to nominate, send an email to our new Managing Editor Nick Longworth at namechecking the place, it's location, and then one sentence or blurb on what makes it special (something special on the menu? supports local clubs? snowmobiling decor? etc.)

Here's a brief description of what we're seeking:
What makes a great (or at least really good) snowmobiling pitstop, from our perspective?
• It must have food, not just drinks. And, if it has something that it’s known for (best burgers? Some unusual appetizer? Fish fry? A certain sandwich or entre?) that’s even better.
• It should have a location that a snowmobiler can ride right to.
• It should have a snowmobiler-friendly atmosphere and attitude – the sort of place that welcomes us in, maybe has a place to hang gear, a parking area just for sleds, etc.
• When you pull up to it on the first Saturday of February (for example) it’ll have a bunch of sleds parked outside.
• This isn’t about lodging establishments – certain, a pitstop can have lodging, but this is about being a good trailside place to stop for lunch or dinner; lodging shouldn’t be a factor, pro or con.

Re: Best Pitstops?

PostPosted: November 6th, 2017, 11:17 pm
by Long time cat man
A pretty good place to eat near Cadillac, Mi.


Coyote Crossing

Re: Best Pitstops?

PostPosted: November 15th, 2017, 4:30 pm
by yammrhammr
you would eat and drink all day if I let you

Re: Best Pitstops?

PostPosted: November 26th, 2017, 12:33 am
by ZR8000MAN