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Duct tape much like the force... it has a light side, a dark side.... and it holds the world together!
 

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nope i wish though..

Duct tape much like the force... it has a light side, a dark side.... and it holds the world together!
 

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backmtn you the one who mentioned our grass drags right?? How you knwo about that? it was technically a private event though a hell of a lot o people showed. And nah not really seeking local trails love riding new york.
 

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i'm in Delaware county, NY.Man, I need to get a truck&trailer so I can come ride with some of you guys.I hope we get another fat winter here in NE USA!
 

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what u got for a vehicle now steve? what kinda sled?

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I'm originally from the Northern Pittsburgh area, but out at college in Kent, Ohio. "Just south of Cleveland" I am still looking for a Polaris 340 TXL. So if you have anything, let me know. Thx. Scott

Wanted!! Polaris 340 TXL any Polaris 340 or TXL. "[email protected]"
 

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Adams MA, right next to Cheshire. :) I ride primarily in southern Vermont. The trails are well kept and the hilly terrain makes for a lot of fun.
 

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Live in Saco, Maine, about 4 miles from the ocean so I guess I do live near the coast. I don't have to leave the state to ride.
Even though the best trails are 2 hours north. I still can ride all day from my house.


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north west Worcester county, MA. I'm kinda surprised there are so many from MA here, its not like we get really big snow.
 

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Cheshire and Adams are a whole different world than Worchester. We get a lot of snow. Plus, 20 miles north, they get MASSIVE snow compared to here. I grew up in Stamford, and our annual snow levels were quite a bit higher than Western MA, and far, far higher than anywhere on the eastern side of MA.<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by Ludwig:

north west Worcester county, MA. I'm kinda surprised there are so many from MA here, its not like we get really big snow.



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