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This picture is from one of our fellow NYS clubs. The message is timeless. Before doing something stupid on our NY trails remember how they came to be and how they are maintained. ... See MoreSee Less

Ok.....so let's clear this up. The truck(s) that were stuck on the " trail" have been removed with the help of the club. There was no other way to get them out without completely plowing the snow off of the road. ( which was done on another trail a few weeks ago) . The owner of the truck did pay for the removal and will be assisting the club with trail work in the future ( which is more than most of the complainers will ever do for the club,...prove me wrong!) .
As for them being on the trail. Yes they were on a trail, but they were also on a SEASONAL ROAD. There is no law saying that they could not be there. If it were on private property, it would be a different story. They would have been trespassing, and charged as such.
Believe me when I say that I was as pissed as most of you are when I received the call about this. Being the trail master for the club , I know how much work we put into building the trails every year. It sucks to see them get torn up.
Now for the part most of you haven't heard about this. After the trucks became stuck, several guys stopped and have them crap about being on the trail ( which again, they were legally allowed to be there!) . When the truck owners got back to the road to get help getting out, the " snowmobilers" returned and vandalized the trucks. Not a key scratch...they slashed tires, and broke out several windows in one of the Trucks. TOTALLY uncalled for. NY State Police are investigating. Personally I hope they get caught. We can have disagreements, but this was too much. The truck owner has more than paid for his mistake. And the guys who vandalized the truck gave our sport a huge black eye.
I hope this clarifies the situation. Discuss­čśĹ
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Speed bumps , nothing a groomer couldn't fix .

Support a neighboring club! Contact Cyndie Lane @ 607 242 6312 ... See MoreSee Less

Support a neighboring club!  Contact Cyndie Lane @ 607 242 6312

Trail Sign Tuesday. ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago

Any hazards on the trails off engard rd ? ... See MoreSee Less

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Haven't heard of any.

Dealers are here and ready to demo. Come on out and check out the latest sleds from Cat, Polaris, and Skidoo.. ... See MoreSee Less

Chenango County Snow-Blast today at The Silo Restaurant. Trails are rideable! ... See MoreSee Less

Chenango County Snow-Blast today at The Silo Restaurant.  Trails are rideable!

6 months ago

Just rode from The Silo to Rt 12, crossed over and went a little ways to the beginning of the woods section. Trail is pretty good shape, hard, and snow covered in most spots. If you were planning to ride over tomorrow for the Sno Blast you could do so with little worry. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for the pictures! Hope everyone has a good ride in tomorrow.. and home Gary has chicken tenders!

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