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fartknocker

This us what gives atvers a blackeye

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Wow, didn't realize there was such a big rift but can see the sleds getting pissed if trails are ruined by wheels. I just posted this pick for your "other community"...

 

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90% of the guys on trackshare are very respective towards each other's groups ,but there's a few on there that just don't care. It's the same argument every year lol. I obviously do both and it's a shame that they both don't get along well here. 

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I would hate it if one or the other was tearing up the trails. I recall riding upstate NY one winter years ago and it was frowned upon to be on the sledding trails.

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10 minutes ago, Ajmboy said:

I would hate it if one or the other was tearing up the trails. I recall riding upstate NY one winter years ago and it was frowned upon to be on the sledding trails.

Up here most trails are on crown land, and legally you can still ride an atv or drive a truck on our sled trails. It's completely disrespectful but it happens A LOT here,which is why I lost it in that thread. They don't think they destroy the trails,but the do very much ..which the sledders pay for ,at the tune of 150.00 per year . Some guys just don't get it,but it's a problem that will likely never go away. What should happen is allow the atvers the opportunity to purchase a trail pass ,and contibute to the system. .only problem is its an old law and revisiting it for the purpose of allowing atvs the opportunity, will likely never happen.  Trails would also have to be widened ,which would be a lot of volunteer work .

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