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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-23-2013, 07:31 PM
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i think it would be cool to tow in gear into a zone and set up camp with a wall tent and a little stove.
we have a trailer that hauls a crap ton of stuff for spring time BBQ sessions.. attaches to any sled pretty much. similar to this one in the post.. you can ride on it for added woot factor! be careful riding whoops tho



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Original plan was to grab something in the $3-4k range this summer, but a few cheap sleds piqued my interest. I'll probably just hold off until I can get something nicer.

Anybody know how late people ride around Squamish/Whistler/Pemberton?

I remember running into some guys unloading a sled while I was dirtbiking in Squamish last June.
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but a few cheap sleds piqued my interest.
buy something really cheap, learn how not to suck (snomobro'n is hard), sell it this summer and buy something nicer. If your handy you can keep a beater running for a while.

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we have a trailer that hauls a crap ton of stuff for spring time BBQ sessions..
i need to build something like that, we have a handful of bc huts that you sled into.

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