Monthly Archives: May 2010

A Fantastic Day in St. Germain

I had a great day at the Classic Sled Roundup in St. Germain Wisconsin yesterday. This was my first big-time vintage snowmobile show, and I am truly impressed. I had no idea there was so many of these old machines … Continue reading

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FOR THE LOVE OF IT

Once again, I am reminded of all the great people in this hobby, and the cool things they do, simply out of the passion for the old machines. It seems one J. Robison has just begun restoring sleds about a … Continue reading

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74 Yamaha SRX Resurrection Project

In 1973 the development of Yamaha’s racing program hit the bulls-eye with the 74 SRX. The innovations are extensive and impressive. Words like Titanium, Magnesium, Carbon fiber, liquid cooling, CDI electronics, and more all describe this engineering marvel. Geometry and … Continue reading

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ST. GERMAIN BUZZ FACTOR: 12+

On a scale of 1 to 10, the Buzz Factor for the St. Germain show at the end of the month is as high as I have ever seen it. The vintage world has been a little slow this spring, … Continue reading

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Kind Of Quiet Huh?

I know it’s been a little quiet on here lately. It gets tough to think about snowmobiles after the snow leaves and when I’ve got perfect weather here – sunny and in the high 60’s! But don’t get me wrong, … Continue reading

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