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NOCO 11/23/13

 Got out Saturday with Tom and Jason.  Tom is new to the crew this season.  He is a ripper.  Especially for someone from Wisconsin ;)  Great ride on the new '14 Proclimb.  Still pretty thin everywhere though.  Need snow bad.  Spent about 15 hrs building it up with tons of different parts before the first ride.  After owning a '12 proclimb, I knew I wanted to see the changes right away with this sled.  BDX arms/spindles help the sled a ton with downhill turns along with the 36" ski stance now.  Polaris gripper ski's are way better than stock or SLP PP's.  The skid changes to the '14 made this thing not nose dive like the '12's.  Power is incredible.  It's a 153 and feels like I have the climbing power of my M8 162 with the 2.6 powerclaw.  Tons more power than my '12 pro rmk with belt drive.  Did snag a tree stump and snap my rear footboard stirrup.  Was planning on making it skinny anyway, so Rasmussen Airframes and panel pull in here I come.  Wanted to wait for the new BDX boards, but they still have no ETA for me.

Day 4! 3.5-4ft with an 18" top layer of blower 11-6-13

 Jason Barcus dropping his first shoulders of the season.  Dumping out.  Cold, windy.  Felt like mid Feb.  Love it!
Still got to keep telling myself it's early season though and stick to the safe spots.  Tagged a rock on a steep downhill turn and bent the lower zbroz arm on my M.

Buff Pass 11/1/13. 3ft+ and nicely set up

Great ride with Tom and Tamlyn.  Boondocked all day.  Great snow for this early!

Snowies 10/19/13

 Super fun day playing in some meadows that are rock free.  Took Spencer out for his first day of the year.  Good 2ft and it's setting up nicely.  If the temps stay okay then this should be the start of the season base up there!   Drove in probably further than we should have, but all was good thankfully.







Snowy Range WY 10-5-13!!!

 Earliest ride ever for me today.  Riding buddy Tom got out and hit Deadman yesterday on a fresh foot of snow and put 25 miles on.  Too bad he blew his '10 M8 motor today and I had to give him  a tow out.  Better now than during the prime season.  Rode on a true 24" today in a grassy meadow off the main road.  The snow on the dirt roads were toast by hunters driving up there by the time we left around noon.  Had a blast lying down some shoulder pow turns on the 1st week of October.  Let this be a sign of the great snow season to come!!!  

Monday 9/23/13 RMNP

 I'd say we got some real good chances of getting some early riding in this season!!!

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