Contributing Member
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


classicdmax last won the day on February 13

classicdmax had the most liked content!

About classicdmax

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    rhode island
  • Interests
    camping, my son, my jeep, my sled

Previous Fields

  • Favorite Riding Area
    north woods
  • Club(s)
    osj, groveton trailblazers
  1. Snow Totals

    Dud of a storm! we got our FIRST snowfall of the season here in RI, got a wapping 2”...and it’ll all be gone by end of day what a suck @ss winter
  2. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    What stood out to be is the attempt to better educate riders as to the operations of Maine’s open space. But knowwhere did it say that there is NO offtrail riding. It seems MSA fields a lot of phone activity concerning this issue, and there are guides and outfitter establishments that promote this type of riding. A model that maybe nhsa should look at a bit more closely
  3. Old map

    Wait, haha. Did you mean use maps, or use old maps?
  4. Old map

    I like the “big picture” aspect of paper maps and still use them, primarily my coos county map which is 6yr old at this point....and sometimes feel it doesn’t quite jive with real time scenarios. Someday a gps will be in the cards for me. I frequently ride with hendo who uses a gps primarily at end of rides to get us back to our destination with haste
  5. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    It is that way fact we were asked that once we enter the trail from the parking area that we place the chain back across entrance as to deter anyone else from entering who is either not yet registered to ride, and/or a full sized vehicle. The placing of chain is almost moot for the trail eventually intersects atv trail twice where there is no signage or chains to block entry
  6. Official 2019 riding pic thread

    He’s on the cat in the middle For some reason my others pics won’t load....
  7. Official 2019 riding pic thread

    Good thread my sons first time on trails with me, he loved it. We’ll be back up together in a few weeks to get him back out there
  8. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    I wheeled my Jeep at Jericho several times, we were required to stay on designated trails specifically cut for full sized rigs only
  9. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    I would assume these riders are young, there has been a lack of parenting, and never heard the world “no”
  10. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    The problem is finding, and organizing the people to do so. The off-road club I was part of it was always the same 5-6 of us doing the leg work....I’m sure the same is true for snowmobile clubs as well. But 5 or 6 is a start, and if that’s what it takes to make change....then success
  11. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    Hell, Jericho recently within the last few years has cut dedicated orv trails for the sole purpose of full sized vehicles...I’ve wheeled there a handful of times. The first and only area like that in the state as far as I know. And I do believe it came with a lot of hard work from a local wheeling club Northwoods Off-road NWOR. Time and persistence finally paid off for them with the state and hopefully that paves the way for future expansion of access to state owned land
  12. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    Not all, I’ve seen them in Pittsburg this year. It has to start somewhere, whether it be a group of bc riders, or an individual who’s itchy to go and get stuck in the powder....legally. Not sure if there’s ever been an open line of communication before between the groups, but if not, it sure does sound like there should be one soon
  13. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    Ideally, a group of offtrail riders should take their issue straight to nhsa, and in manner as to promote partnership between the two and present them with some plan or proposal. Pepper these people with your desire to ride in nh, off trail
  14. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    I’ve read them all, it’s all been constructive conversation. But if the problem is with lack of registrations, then nhsa has to widen its eyes to the bigger picture. Not sure raising fees is the solution, but volume in registrations is. As well as the impact on local businesses with more riders. its like any other governing body, when budgets are falling short the easy answer (to them) is to increase taxes
  15. How to keep snowmobiling alive in NH

    I think I agree with wideopenornothin, I believe NH does need to adapt. I don’t ride back country nor do I have the desire at the moment, but wouldn’t mind trying it someday. To lose the younger generation of riders, the future of snowmobiling to the lack of off trail riding will not help the cause at all. i used to be part of the 4x4/rock crawling community. For us the big issue was access to land and education. Often access wasn’t easy to attain without educating others to our sport. I’m not suggesting I’ll lead the way, but maybe folks/nhsa need to take a moment to understand and educate themselves to the needs of other riders and their desired riding style