Actually, being the guy with the video camera you don't get to see much Viper Action. The other sleds were a 800 RMK, a 600 MXZ (?) and a Mountain Max. The MMax is the one that climbed for the camera. . . IT is a hill climbin beast . . . has a lot to do with the rider. . . he's pretty damn good at it. If I was on my Viper during the Drag races you would have seen it win damnit. The guy riding mine was a little new to her and close proximity racing. Anyway, heading back out on Tuesday, nice to work for the government and get a day off 
I'm with you on the tuesday day off!! Gotta call the lodge tomorrow and verify the snow report, if it's good were heading tuesday also! Would love to comment on your video, but for some reason my media player won't play the zip files....
Nice little vid, still looks a little thin for hill climbing but then, Oh just looked out the window and its snowing!!!!! damn its won't be long now. There was as much dirt coming out the back when climbing as snow. Thats why they make us have at least 3' before they open areas up. I would have been right there with ya, given the opprotunity though.
Yeah it was a little thin. Luckyily all the bumps were scrub oaks and sage brushy stuff. . . no rocks. Did smack a hidden rock on one of the trails tho. . .Hit so hard it flung my left hand off the grip. Rippled the running board aluminum right behind the trailing arm attachment point too. grrr
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