RK-SXViper

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RK-SXViper last won the day on October 23 2018

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About RK-SXViper

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    Fremont, NH

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  • Favorite Riding Area
    Anywhere theres snow
  • Club(s)
    Newfields Sno-Raiders, Southern NH Trailblazers

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  1. Anyone using a vintage plate?

    Sorry no pics I sold the sled years ago. I think i removed the windshield and mounted the bracket where the windshield would hide the screws.
  2. Anyone using a vintage plate?

    I made a bracket and mounted it inside the windshield. It could be seen clearly and didn't damage the sled
  3. NHSA Sno Traveler promoting ME sledding

    Trails aren't the issue, its the volunteers needed to maintain the system that is the issue and $ isn't the answer to that problem
  4. NHSA Sno Traveler promoting ME sledding

    Dave I respectfully disagree. Grooming $ is NOT what is killing clubs, lack of volunteers and members are what is killing clubs off. The volunteer mindset seems to be a thing of the past and its getting harder and harder to get volunteers to do the tasks needed to keep the trails and clubs open. If your looking to get enough $ into GIA to pay for all the currently volunteered services than you'd need to triple if not quadruple the registration cost. After talking to a few registration agents the number of people registering as non club members this year will give GIA a decent boost, but at the cost of a few more clubs. At what point does it all collapse onto itself? I think we're starting down a long and bumpy road!
  5. NHSA Sno Traveler promoting ME sledding

    Just get yourself a 95 sled and modify it to have the best suspension and any other new features you like and put a vintage plate on it. Older sled are all rebuildable and the newer sleds are basically disposibal anyway.
  6. NHSA registration portal

    Both Steph and Dan are super nice and always very helpful !!
  7. NHSA registration portal

    Sounds like something went wrong so call the office tomorrow and they'll straighten it out for you.
  8. OHRV/Snowmobile Event Permits

    The proposed rules changes were all posted here and on other forums: And yet only a few clubs showed up at the public hearings to discuss and object to some of the proposed changes. If clubs don't like the new rules, then maybe they should have attended the hearings and voiced their concerns. We can't just bury our heads in the sand and hope everything will be the way we like it.
  9. Trail conditions

    Trails bureau is supposed to put out a trail report on opening day (saturday)
  10. Attn Attn Attn

    I'll take your old leftovers!
  11. Attn Attn Attn

    I need my xmas stress reliever
  12. Someone is in trouble.

    We'll see if there is any update to this at tonight's board meeting in Tilton. Oh goodie another long wasted night!
  13. Just don't forget to make a donation to your local club and/or where you ride.
  14. United Snowmobile Alliance

    I believe they are another organization similar to the American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA). ASCA is based in the mid west and it sounds like this other organization is trying to be more of a national organization unlike ASCA who doesn't seem to care about the northeast.
  15. How high could sled registration go?

    Because there are too many hands in the cookie jar. Snowmobiling in NH is a self funded sport unlike Maine and VT which have state control over the sport. NH clubs are non profits and can have no connection to a state agency (F&G) so there will never be a one stop website to register your sled. Like Jeff mentioned if you register as a non club member and pay the extra $30 per sled, all of that $30 will go into GIA for all clubs to use. So if you really want to help the sport register as a non club member then go and make a donation to your local club