ya i would hopefully be able to register itbrian126 said:You'll have to check with the enforcement agency in your state. I would think as long as you have a trail pass and behave yourself you wouldn't have any problems. In Minnesota that would pass as a snowmobile as the regulation says any vehicle that is propelled by a track and guided by skis. But it would also need the proper license of course.
They've been trying to sell these types of vehicles ever since the late '70's or so. I rember the ad for one in a snowmobile mag, I think it was a Chrysler Snow Runner :fazr480 said:Hi i was wondering if a "snow bike" would be allowed on the snowmobiling trail systems. please tell me so i dont waste my monney on something like this. And also does anyone have this sort of setup. if so what do you think of it. Thanks
there are a couple vids on youtube and they get through some deep stuff, its just an idea but if i were to get one i would want to know that i could ride it somewhere else other than round my yardWMarshy said:Is there anything on youtube about this conversion? I would like to see some vid of it in action. If the trails didnt have ice in the corners and you were riding on lots of nice packy snow I think it would be fine for 'trail conditions'. Im not saying it would be comfortable, I just dont see it doing well in lose pow with a whimpy track that on it. The snowhawk OTOH is a sweet thing and i would love to ride one!
P.S. Ever ride a dirtbike with studs on a groomed/packed trail? You have to ride with your feet out cuz your all over the place. It can be done but not very fun...