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Hi there, We've been getting some questions about how the snowboard holder portion of the snowmobile rack works.  If a picture is worth one thousand words then a video must be worth a billion.  Here is a quick vid of the rack in action.

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Like to try to place and see now things, we do!  That's why we'd like to applaud the folks at Tigwetee Lodge.  It's so hard to get a real snowmobile for rental without it being some lame intro group tour.  The folks at Tigwetee have real snowmobiles and real terrain to ride! Heck, it's the type of place you could take the family and still get your vacation fuel burning, now that's living!  Well done, we hope to come down for a visit some time. Another lodge along the same lines but in Utal is the Beaver Creek Lodge.  They...

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What a difference few degrees makes. It was Monday and the week was forecast to dump from Wednesday to Friday, only problem is that it was supposed to rain, ruining the base and leave that awful crust for us. Let me tell you it was all cursing and disgust around the shop. Well, turns out we got ahead of ourselves as it ended up coming in nice and fluffy instead of all wet. Almost 4 feet of fresh was waiting for us Saturday morning. The weather wasn’t quite finished with us but there was good local vis. We made it...

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One of the great things about riding in the Caribou region of BC is the tremendous variety of conditions. There are unlimited miles of trails to ride, and those trails are in all sorts of conditions. There is club groomed wide trails for easy fast riding. There are: Single track trails that are well established and well looked after Main roads, mostly to be avoided, there are Logging roads - be careful if it's a work day Single track trails that people haven't been down in years and could do with some TLC, Bush whacking. Each year the Port Tack...

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Each winter for a couple generations we've been enjoying and building the trail system in the Caribou Region of BC, near 70 Mile house. With a small cabin on Pressy Lake as home base we've done a lot of exploring on our snowmobiles in the winter and ATV's or dirt bikes in the summer. Finally catching up with GPS technology seemed like a priority. For one, getting lost is no fun, and for another we like to maintain certain main arteries while exploring or forging new ones. This year not only did we log our riding of snowmobiles but we...

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