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4 hours ago, racinfarmer said:

The entire Western side of MN is big ditch running area.  Same thing we south-central MN.

no, it's all in the trees, just like wisconsin :lol:
good butt pucker moment @ the 8:00 mark

 

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I watched this whole video a few weeks back.  Pretty cool  

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29 minutes ago, Crnr2Crnr said:

Yet you claim not to need an 800/850?  How much of that 130hp is he really using?  :lol:

Thursdays are the best time to ride here, that's when the best fresh groom happens

 

ummm….Wut? 

Thurs/fri/sat grooming here depending on conditions.  Fun and fast to ride if you can get out there right away.  I rarely do though. 

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5 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

ummm….Wut? 

Thurs/fri/sat grooming here depending on conditions.  Fun and fast to ride if you can get out there right away.  I rarely do though. 

those type of trails don't require a hypersled?

this one is a classic - she can ride.  @4:45 

 https://www.arcticinsider.com/cross-country-carrie-longley-showing-how-its-done-in-alaska-xc/

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2 minutes ago, Crnr2Crnr said:

those type of trails don't require a hypersled?

this one is a classic - she can ride.  @4:45 

 https://www.arcticinsider.com/cross-country-carrie-longley-showing-how-its-done-in-alaska-xc/

No, you want speed on those trails, learn to love being an active rider. All the hp in the world isn’t gonna make you faster there.

I don’t care for lake racing same as I don’t care to ride at night.  Correcting after the fact sucks vs. being prepared for what is coming up.  We took off a couple of years ago from a sled show and grabbed a handful in poor vision conditions. I saw my buddies tail light go airborne just in time for me to say, “Holy……” and brace for launch.  We cleared the double plowed fish house road and both stopped and took a second to reflect on our idiocy.  There’s a reason more sled deaths occur on and around bodies of water.  Well, two reasons I guess.  One starts at the lakeside bar.

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1 hour ago, Crnr2Crnr said:

no, it's all in the trees, just like wisconsin :lol:
good butt pucker moment @ the 8:00 mark

 

I remember that one.  There was one coming down from Winnipeg too that rag-dolled a bunch. 

1 hour ago, Crnr2Crnr said:

those type of trails don't require a hypersled?

this one is a classic - she can ride.  @4:45 

 https://www.arcticinsider.com/cross-country-carrie-longley-showing-how-its-done-in-alaska-xc/

I'd have ate shit.  Surprised my F6 survive 2 years of service.  

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4 hours ago, Crnr2Crnr said:

those type of trails don't require a hypersled?

this one is a classic - she can ride.  @4:45 

 https://www.arcticinsider.com/cross-country-carrie-longley-showing-how-its-done-in-alaska-xc/

I had a save like that in Barnesville in the field just before the pits. Must have hit a rock or a frozen dirt mound, i was so damn tired i could hardly hold onto the bars. Can't believe i didn't destroy the sled

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3 hours ago, racinfarmer said:

I remember that one.  There was one coming down from Winnipeg too that rag-dolled a bunch. 

I'd have ate shit.  Surprised my F6 survive 2 years of service.  

My f6 made it 1/2 a lap on 1st race of the year for me at grafton. Caught a log or tree branch drifting a corner on the river and flipped it. I could've parted it out right there on the riverbank lol

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6 hours ago, Cat45 said:

My f6 made it 1/2 a lap on 1st race of the year for me at grafton. Caught a log or tree branch drifting a corner on the river and flipped it. I could've parted it out right there on the riverbank lol

It takes a certain amount of performance flair or “panache”, if you will, to roll or cartwheel a sled.  Those that just run them into an inanimate object…pffft.  Lazy.

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