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1 month ago
This is what happens when you can't take out what you take in. We find all sorts of stuff in the spring and it's not very pleasant to have to clean up after slobs. So when a landowner messages us, it makes us even more angry. Think people! Do you ever get tired of picking up after people who throw garbage roadside in your yard? We have a lot more to lose here. So don't leave your garbage on our trail system. Take it home or dispose of it properly. We work so darn hard to keep these trails open and this is not helping us. ... See MoreSee Less
Beer and soda cans can not be removed from a cows stomach with a magnet , keep the cans and other trash out of hay fields .
Our April meeting has been cancelled. Stay safe. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Easter to all our members and landowners! ... See MoreSee Less
And to you and yours!
In light of the current events that are going on, the March Meeting for the Greene Drift Riders has been cancelled. We will still be doing some trail work starting in April to take down signs.
Please pass this on to anybody that you may know that may be coming to any of our meetings that would not receive this message.
Thank you and if you have any questions please reply to this email or call Ted @ 607-725-6502. ... See MoreSee Less
If anyone knows anything about this, please speak up. ... See MoreSee Less
As a land owner this is very concerning. Not all snowmobilers are club members. I'm guessing this incident happened because the riders weren't club members. It can happen anywhere. Re- considering allowing my property to be used. Cameras won't make a difference. They're not clear enough to ID snowmobiles or riders. We've already had quads trespass by going around our gait in the summer.
Our trails are still open, and the snow we got last night will help a little. Didn't get much here, but some is better then none. Thankfully we didn't loose much earlier in the week.
Anyone been out riding these last few days? Any issues on the trail? Let us know either here on FB, or by txting Ted @ 607 725 6502 ... See MoreSee Less
Trails and water holes should freeze up nicely tonight and tomorrow , keep the slush smooth 😊
Greene Drift Riders Snowmobile Club is feeling happy.
5 months ago
All of the Greene Drift Riders trails are now OPEN. Our neighboring clubs may not be. And our trails are going to have water and ice under the snow. And there may very well be trees down. So please ride with CAUTION and let us know if you find anything you're not able to take care of for us. And as always, respect our landowners, as there is no real base under most of the trail. ... See MoreSee Less
Sno*Riders trails are also open Plenty of traffic tonight not very many water holes but lots of trees slumped over. Both groomers will be out tomorrow night.
According to the online trail map, Whitney Points trails are also open.
From Chenango Sno-Riders:
Hi All: IMPORTANT TRAIL CHANGE: The Moonlight Riders, the club that Joins us to the Northwest, have changed their trail to Georgetown. Currently the trail to Georgetown, C7D, goes through Otselic to the Junction, then turns right to go up the hill and over to Texas Hill where we (met) Moonlight. NOW the trail will not turn right off of the North Rd in Otselic but will continue up the road, This is Our current Secondary trail S70D. Signing will be changed soon to reflect the change. The new trail is signed once you cross the road at the end of the North Rd. It will be a much better trail on their end to complete your ride to Georgetown. Please pay attention and stay on the trail. Thanks! Mark ... See MoreSee Less
We have opened a PORTION of our trail system. We are now open on S71. C2 is now open from where we connect to the Ridge Riders (their trails are NOT open to my knowledge) back towards Rt 12. It is closed at the groomer access point at the top of the hill from Rt 12. There is not currently enough snow to cross the valley. Please respect our landowners, and only use those portions of the trail identified as open. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for showing the old man how to read the NYSSA MAP , your doing a great job on updating our trails on the map .