ULTRA
MADNESS

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Lesson in "supposed misadventure":
"ULTRA VERTICAL"

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FAMILY TOURS

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CURLING PACKAGES

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WINTER WEEKEND
POKER DERBY

CALENDAR


MAPS

 

THIS.....WAS..... NOT, A SNOCRUISE TOUR!

THIS WAS NOT THE BOYZ, ARE BEHAVING BADLY!

 THIS EVENT IS NOT CONNECTED TO ANY SNOCRUISE ACTIVITY

NO SNOCRUISE MEMBER WAS EVEN PRESENT


In Canada there are buffalo jumps called head smashed in, locally we would say the nose of this snowmobile in smashed in.

What goes up... must come down!
Snowmobiles are no exception. (above) This sled hit a field road way across the ditch at night, at significant speed, other factors were possibly part of the equation. The sled flew about 100 feet, nose first into the ground. (below) The operator disembarked head first when the sled went into the ground on the first impact. His helmet was all smashed out in the forehead area, but he walked away with only rib injuries. After the initial impact the sled then bounced back into the air and went another 40 feet landing on it's tail. (next photo down)

 

WARNING 

The pictures here are no joke, yours truly at SNOCRUISE was not present nor had anything to do with this event, except next day photos.

Snowmobiling, like any other extreme adventure sport or motorized sport has it's risks.  Walking across the street under the same conditions could have similar results. A person in unfamiliar, uneven terrain  possibly could have similar results. You can't break all the rules, all the time, and expect a positive outcome.
 

LEARN FROM OTHERS MISTAKES!

PLEASE

 RIDE RESPONSIBLY

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