Snow Goer Creates New Snowmobile Club Feature Section

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The Hampshire White Riders Snowmobile Club makes a pitstop.

As dedicated and passionate snowmobilers, keeping up with the latest sleds, accessories and technological advances while waiting for next season can be a full-time task.

Our love for the sport can sometimes make it easy to forget how the trails we’re dreaming of came to be, and it’s important to remember how snowmobile clubs play an important role.

Clubs help promote the sport through community events and training. Most clubs don’t stop there, either. They also secure landowner permission for trails to run on, clear trail pathways, groom, install bridges for connections and maintain adequate signage so you don’t get lost.

The Conway Snowmobile Club takes its grooming responsibilities seriously. Click to enlarge.

We you like to be part of a feature series for Snow Goer? We would love to put on a spotlight on your club and others that are doing good work!

If you belong to a snowmobile club that is fun, innovating and interesting – we’d love to hear about it. Simply fill out a brief survey – it’s only about five minutes, and, really, it’s all about you!

Take our Snowmobile Club Survey where you will be asked a few questions about what makes your club unique!

We read every submission to create a unique section in Snow Goer magazine and website that offers bite-sized articles chalked full of important information linking the entire snowmobiling community together – enjoying the sport we all love.

The next time you’re out for a ride, you’ll know a little more about who may have helped provide the good time! Enter your local club today.

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