Monthly Archives: December 2011

LOVIN THE 70’s

Is there anything that takes you back like a real rock band from the 1970’s doing a live concert with REAL instruments, and LIVE vocals in front of an adoring crowd? Thin Lizzy kicks in this video from Sydney, 1978. … Continue reading

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EASTMAN’S 340

Stan Hayes owned the 340 class in 1974, the first ever year of SnoPro. Right behind him and winning a few times as well was Bob Eastman on this tiny little 340. Note guy standing in front of the machine; … Continue reading

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THORSEN’S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE

Story information submitted by a third party that wishes to remain anonymous. Steve Thorsen smoked the competition in SnoPro in 1977 and 1978 as part of the Midnight Blue Express from Roseau, with the highlight of being crowned the World … Continue reading

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PRETTY YELLOW THINGS

One incredible collection of sweet vintage ‘doos showed up on "Chix on sleds" this week that needs to be shared. Pictured above include Doug Moot’s Machines with 10 year old Jaydalynn Moot behind the bars. Jason Jaydalynn and dad are … Continue reading

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FLYING FAITH HUHN

Faith Huhn ripping along on her Gordon Rudolph built IFS machine, probably 1975 in Shawano, Wisconsin. Photo sent in by Mark Anderson. Faith was one of only a handful of people who got on of the original Rudolph sleds, originally … Continue reading

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