Monthly Archives: October 2006

I-500 REUNION UPDATE

This is shaping up to be a very interesting vintage event… Imagine a bunch of the winners of the original St. Paul to Winnipeg race all in one spot. It’s coming together, and here is the list of confirmed attendees, … Continue reading

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ON FINDING A 1976 POLARIS SNOPRO

I was pretty sure that none of these sleds survived. But since I’ve found one, that leaves a big question hanging out there… could there be more????? I’m pretty sure drivers Jim Bernat and Donny Omdahl each started the season … Continue reading

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ON FOREIGN GROUND AND TREASURE FOUND

This past weekend Jim Haug and I traveled to a strange, yet wonderful place called the “Upper” (pronounced ‘you-purr’). Also known on most maps as the “Upper Peninsula of Michigan”, it’s a very weird place north of both Wisconsin and … Continue reading

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EARLY GROOMING

Contributor Tom Rowland sent in this story of the early Minnesota trail grooming – a part of the sport I don’t normally hear about, but am always thankful for when I get a chance to hit a trail. Tom was … Continue reading

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JACOB GOEDE – NASCAR DRIVER?

I got new news on our Mr. Goede, vintage snowmobile racer, that he’s made the final list of 12 drivers battling it out for a single open position on a big-league race team. His biggest concern? How is he going … Continue reading

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