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  1. 3 points
    snorander

    172 mile ride on Saturday

    It was great, but I sure am feeling it today....
  2. 2 points
    detchells

    2019 legislative session

    Below is a list of bills and there title. If you go to the following link you can put in the bill number and see the wording and when it will be heard. http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/bill_status/ There is at least one more bill coming that will be a senate bill having to do with registration. FN on the end of the bill number means that the bill has something to do with finance/money. Just giving the heads up. 2019-HB-498-FN An act prohibiting OHRV operation on class V ways 2019-HB-591 An act amending the laws governing OHRV's and Snowmobiles 2019-HB-592 An act relative to OHRV operation and license 2019-HB-630-FN An act increasing certain fines for OHRV and Snowmobile operation violations 2019-HB-660-FN An act relative to studying the economic and other impacts of OHRV use in New Hampshire 2019-HB-683-FN An act relative to the rights of property owners abutting certain highways and railtrails 2019-HB-699-FN An act relative to discounts for OHRV and snowmobile registration
  3. 2 points
    snorander

    Today was a good day...

    I only rode two miles in circles at my parents house, but I got to watch this....Life is good.
  4. 1 point
    noxorc

    172 mile ride on Saturday

    Nice !
  5. 1 point
    Renegade08

    Great Riding in the CNHSC trails

    I'd like to keep it quiet as well on just how good CNHSC trails are... but I can't be that greedy. I have a cabin right at Junction T, 155/152. Family was sick last weekend so we had to stay in MA. Can't wait to ride this weekend. Brutal cold and lots of snow coming!! @Yamiblue If you're trailering up and parking, park right at the police/fire station, immediately off exit 28. There's a wide road next to the train tracks where loads of folks unload. Cross 49, head west to access all the trails...and gas up easily at Chesley's mini mart if need be. Here's a link to parking by fire/police station.. https://goo.gl/maps/w7VXCPNXBcH2 2 weeks ago had the little one bombing around the field by our place.
  6. 1 point
    NHrider

    Today was a good day...

    Snorander, Goffstown? really? your right around the corner from me... I live in Bow right off Corr 11. Near Turkey pond. Holler when riding by.. oh and as far as the pictures go... thats awesome... My Kids have been riding since 6-7 years old... on old Arctic Cat Lynx's and Jaguars ( 70's vintage 340's) I just bought my grandson a 1974 Arctic Cat Kitty Kat to learn on.
  7. 1 point
    smallengineguy

    Fish and Game Rep

    Just wanted to say it's nice to have Dennis from F&G as a member now. It'll help to quell the rumors and he said/she said when it comes to some of the issues within our state. Welcome!
  8. 1 point
    detchells

    Fish and Game Rep

    John I agree with you. All someone has to do is ask and I will be more than happy to help on any issue. There are many steps involved to get to an end product.
  9. 1 point
    detchells

    Fish and Game Rep

    JANUARY 7, 2019 BY CAPTAIN DAVID WALSH "New Hampshire’s law (RSA 215-C:47) requires that in order for Vermont or Maine registered snowmobiles to operate in NH with their respective registrations, NH-registered snowmobiles must be allowed to operate in those states during the same time period. NH must put into its Administrative Rules the exact weekend, which all three states agreed would be the last weekend in January. Once in Rule, it cannot be changed without going through a lengthy legislative process." Now, I think I've beaten this dead horse quite enough. And I believe that the Ride Free weekend is equally dead until the legislature changes the law. Sorry to have chewed up so much bandwidth. If you look at the last line in 215-C: 47, I-a it give the Executive Director to adopt rules under RSA 541-A which would be the administrative rules. Yes the RSA allows for it but it has to go through JLCAR he cannot just say this is the weekend. Here is the text for 215-C:47 215-C:47 Reciprocity. – I. A snowmobile which is registered in Vermont, Maine, or Quebec shall be deemed to be properly registered for the purposes of this chapter if it is registered in accordance with the laws of the state or province in which it is registered, but only to the extent that a reciprocal exemption or privilege is granted under the laws of that state or province for snowmobiles registered in this state. For the purpose of this section, the executive director shall determine the extent of the privilege of operation granted by Vermont, Maine, and Quebec and, when necessary, adopt rules and charge fees to achieve a true reciprocity. The executive director's determination shall be final. I-a. The executive director may, upon agreement with the state of Vermont or Maine, or both, adopt a regional snowmobile registration endorsement agreement to allow reciprocal snowmobile riding privileges in participating states. The procedures and fees for such registration endorsement shall be established by agreement of the participating states, and the fees proposed in such agreement shall be approved by the fiscal committee of the general court. The executive director may adopt rules, pursuant to RSA 541-A, relative to procedures for the administration and enforcement of the regional endorsement agreement, the collection and use of funds generated by endorsement agreement fees, and periodic audits of endorsement agreement fees. II. In order to operate any snowmobile granted reciprocity under paragraph I, such vehicle shall meet all equipment requirements and sound level decibel limitations which are mandated by RSA 215-C for snowmobiles registered in New Hampshire.
  10. 1 point
    PolarisCobra

    Great Riding in the CNHSC trails

    I've got news for you. That's gonna get worse before it gets better , I'm sure some of the other old farts here can attest.
  11. 1 point
    CATRESERVE

    Today was a good day...

    Great pictures and showroom condition sleds. I show my kid's pictures from years past...Was that me really Dad? 2 of them have their own kids now. We all need to get together for a ride soon. Some good riding to be had!
  12. 1 point
    CATRESERVE

    Great Riding in the CNHSC trails

    Fabians!
  13. 1 point
    BigGuyNH

    Great Riding in the CNHSC trails

    CNHSC = What Name please?
  14. 1 point
    Skip

    Reciprocal Weekend Cancelled

    Thanks Dennis...and thanks for taking my phone call the other day with the myriad of questions I had. Enjoyed the chat!
  15. 1 point
    detchells

    OHRV/Snowmobile Event Permits

    Yes if you have an approved event and need to move the weekend all you have to do is give me a call or send an email. This happens many times throughout the season.
  16. 1 point
    detchells

    Reciprocal Weekend Cancelled

    So it is as was said in other posts earlier is the party that dropped the ball, not legislation. Time for passing of the buck. Dennis Etchels any comments? Feedback? Yes the weekend needs to go through JLCAR and is an admin rule. Up till the end of July when the new admin rules (Fis 1500) were adopted we were told that the weekend was still a go for the last weekend in January. I found it posted on MSA Facebook page that the weekend was moved to the first weekend in February. The fastest that we could (all the stars aliened) get a change would be three months. It has to go through the same process as the full Fis 1500 rules. We need to file, research on their end, public hearings, a comment period left open, a final proposal and then the JLCAR hearing. We have over the last few years enjoyed this weekend just as much as all of you. We were not told the truth by both Maine and Vermont (Vermont has written a letter to NHSA saying sorry). As for this year we cannot just wave a magic stick and offer a weekend. I would have your club approach NHSA or write a letter to NHFG asking for the weekend for next year. This is a decision that is made above my pay grade and would go through the Command Staff at Law Enforcement.