weres fryeburg??? im in northern maine.. theres a couple ppl i know that are in maien and would probably go....maybe if we met halfway??? like houlton??? or something??i dunno just throwing ideas out there....
Well. Were starting to plan a new years ride in Fort Kent. 6 and half hours from me. They've already got snow, and conditions for this year here aren't looking to good. Still have to get my sled together. I have to weld the freakin tunnel on my sled still, and put a new fuel pump in it. BS!
im live in vb about about an hour away! maybe if u do a big loop we could do a couple miles together...i own a farm..i have tons of land and know where some kick drifts and hills are...im still up for it if the sled dont sell
we could meet at lakeview..its south of fk and north of vb... we could eat lucnh at lakeview and come towwards van buren...my house is right of the main drag..again just throwing ideas out...its ruffly 70 miles from vb to lakeview and back to vb...so i dunno what you guys would do....and lakeview is right off a 12 mile drag lake...so i always love hitting 90 the whole way home on that...what do you guys think?? i ride a 440 and my dad rides a 700 both polaris
Well.. We average 20 in the tight trails, and 30-60 in other places. On the lakes, we give what are sleds got.. And the 1000 has a lot. LOL! Had it at 135 on lovwells pond when it was sheer ice. My sled is built for pinning it and holding it there.. I don't know what the trails are like up there. Around here, sometimes you have to find a different path if your sled won't fit. And it will be nice having other people helping dig out the 1000
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