Re: Reread original post.....and mellow out!
well, heres the problem, and it does eventually get to the trails. If you haven't noticed the links at the top of every screen, let this be your wake up call. these links are trying to help keep trails open for our use. most of this is in the states, and im pretty sure snowmobiling will be alive and well in the great white north as long as i live, but still, i would perfer to see sledders be able to ride everywhere. the fact is, most people are not snowmobilers. most people don't mind them, and are in a kind of "neutral"postition. when sledders do get loose in city streets, and do wake up people, this turns these people to the "negative" postition. they now are against any person on a sled, as the rest of us get branded as trouble makers. when enough people are offended, word gets out, and people cry out for stricter snowmobile regulations, and the outlawing of sleds alltogether. although nothing gets my blood pumping like the sound of a two-stroke engine, some people dislike it, and don't want to hear it and try to get rd of it all together. If this continues, it won't be too long until we all ride tiny, super fuel efficeitn, four-stroke, slow sleds, bumper to bumper on the states one trail. please take this into consideration next time you go street riding, and do be careful.
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