classicdmax

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classicdmax last won the day on November 16 2019

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About classicdmax

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

Previous Fields

  • Favorite Riding Area
    north woods
  • Club(s)
    osj, groveton trailblazers
  1. 5.2 Acres and small "camp" on P152 in Campton

    Place looks well built
  2. Starting to look a bit like winter finally...

    Pic taken at trio ponds on trail 28
  3. Starting to look a bit like winter finally...

    Laid my first tracks of season yesterday as well. All in all it was decent, a little bit of everything....enough snow to keep the machine running cool. Although my sled is absolutely filthy from all the water bars. However, I was totally disgusted by lack of signage just south of Colebrook. Assuming this was the skibees trail territory.....fueled up at dixville peaks and planned to take corr 7 south back to Nash. Got a lil ways and seemed like the rug was pulled out from under us. Trails were awfully difficult to find with fresh snow, no signs and little finger trails going off in various directions. I had been through there several times with no issues, it just took us a few tries to find our way. Maybe that section was closed? But again no signage!
  4. Snow report?

    Any good news from this recent storm? im hoping to make the drive this weekend for some seat time
  5. Anyone planning to ride

    Conditions have always exceeded my expectation....., unfortunately my plans have changed and this is not the weekend for me with holiday looming, my sons sports..... now my new plan is next weekend. Looking forward to first tracks
  6. Anyone planning to ride

    Looks like SDR and PRR are planning too open Saturday....I’m on the fence whether to make the drive curious if anyone here plans to ride?
  7. What's the story with these trees

    I think they lie near that monastery ive always found them interesting, otherwise I’ve been curious myself
  8. New Trailer

    First trailer for sleds, second ProLine to own. Purchased my first enclosed ProLine in 2017 for work/construction. Spent lots of time/money setting up interior to flow well for every day needs. Trailers are top quality, built well and home grown in NH! number two followed me home last weekend. I plan to insulate ceiling for some reason.....load it up and haul machines north for the winter thanksgiving weekend. anyone in the market for a trailer Id certainly give these guys a look. A bit more expensive but the extra dough spent is well worth a long term investment. These trailers are top notch
  9. What incentives do NH land owners have?

    I don’t think your age matters. You seemed to have done some of your homework and have presented yourself fairly well On the topic (outside your last rant). I get the feeling folks around here are more than willing to listen and have taken you seriously enough. But without going straight to the owners doorstep and presenting them with an idea, and facts to back it up it’ll likely never happen. I would suspect that many landowners who allow riding In NH on their property may not be entirely educated in the sport, snow or dirt i used to be part of the off-road community. It took tremendous efforts to convince landowners to allow us to wheel. Many of their expectations on the sport were vastly inaccurate, it took providing them with facts and even inviting them to join us on a ride, offering up manual labor for cleanups, “donations” and the like. It wasn’t always a home run
  10. What incentives do NH land owners have?

    I’ve been lurking and following this topic since last winter wide open. While it seems to me your points are valid and has created some great banter. However, if you are so passionate about your home state and off trail riding, what have you done to facilitate discussion with landowners to generate interest in off trail riding. I’m sure this hasn’t been your only open forum.... btw, I’m 42, from Rhode Island and ride in NH and sometimes with my 10yo son. I dont always observe the speed limit but am always aware of the standing 45 when not posted and for the most part follow the rules as written. I’m also glad there is a limit to follow because I feel free range is not the best idea and having a limit should at the very least keep riders closer to it rather than having a fistful running down every straight. For the most part 40mph is quite enough to have fun in the twistys.
  11. VINTAGE sleds and/or parts

  12. VINTAGE sleds and/or parts

    i dont know WTF to do, trying to post pics here if you need something let us know thanks
  13. VINTAGE sleds and/or parts

    ask you may find it helping a friend help his old man make room 70's Rupp John Deere 78' spitfire 79' Kawasaki invader 440 LC 70's polaris pics are included of a portion of whats avail, there is likely more. just ask and you may find what you need. all is located in rhode island, family has camp in groveton and could shuttle stuff north if more convenient. i travel there frequently and could assist if needed oh, and if youre looking for an old POS gardern tractors they have that too simplicity, scotts, murray, john deere, cub cadet IH contact me here or owners son jon wicks 401.952.4231 attachments.zip
  14. No new posts since 3/21/19

    I haven’t either, unfortunately due to my sons soccer season kicking into high gear. I hoped to ride this weekend to get in one last ride but gumption fell short.....
  15. ATVs on public roads issues

    I read an article a couple weeks back concerning this issue....sorry I forget where. As I understood it, it was more of the vacation home owner variety as opposed to residents rooted in the area. Ive only read that one article, don’t know all the information regarding issues at hand...however imo this could potentially cripple northern towns who rely on these seasonal activities to sustain living