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What has been your most memorable moment on a snowmobile?
Mine was my first time racing, it was on the Rock Maple Racing Curcuit when I was 14, I rode an injured friends XCR 440 and came in 3rd out of 12. :)
 

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first tme on a sled... soooooooooo fun.... ripped up the road over the snowbank and onto the closed part, and up a trail i never was on but lived so close too.. saoooooooooooooooooooooooo fun

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Well my most memorable moment was when I went flying over a bank only to see the concrete pillar on the other side.....ouch---It did about $1200 damage on my storm. Needless to say I am more careful now.

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memorable.. damn... thats horrific.. is the sled ok? LOL i think he meant the best.. not worst

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Yeah the sled is fine now.....basically took one side of my suspension off the front of the sled, but all is back to normal now. He did say most memorable. My second would be the day I got my Storm and I was riding it around....thought it was pretty fast as it was my first snowmobile. Then all of a sudden it took off waaaayyyy faster than it had before....turns out at first one plug was fouled and it unfouled itself!!! Man I have never had a smile on my face as big as that!!!

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First ride on Thunder.
Had ridden only 6 & 700's before that.
Had a couple of guys giving me a hard time about my anchor of a sled. Beautiful 25 degree day with 2 1/2 feet of new snow. I really enjoyed pointing out to the guys who were giving me a hard time as I was coming down from the top of the mountain that they were stuck in that this "anchor" isn't nearly as heavy as the 700's they were digging out and trying to get turned around.
 
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