Boreas Pond Compromise Proposed – Snowmobile Trail Included

January 26th, 2018 | General, News

The Adirondack Park Agency has announced that they will take up the classification of the Boreas Pond Tract of state land at their next board meeting scheduled for February 1, 2018.   The preferred classification allows for snowmobile use of the

Governor Announces Free Weekend and Trail Grants

January 11th, 2018 | General, News

GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES MORE THAN $5 MILLION FOR SNOWMOBILE TRAIL MAINTENANCE AND GROOMING ACROSS NEW YORK STATE

 

Governor Announces Free Snowmobile Weekend February 2 – 5; Registration Fee Waived for Out-of-State Snowmobilers for Promotional Weekend

 

Snowmobile Gates and Trails Open in Adirondacks,

Early Season Caution

December 28th, 2017 | General, News

New York State Snowmobile Association

Cautions Riders of Early Season Conditions

 

Recent Conditions Could Hide Potential Hazards

 

New York – December 28, 2017 – The snow has begun to fly in many parts of New York State, and snowmobile season is

Respect Landowners or Stay Home

December 22nd, 2017 | General, News

Landowner Respect!  By Jim Rolf

Don’t read this if you are a respectful snowmobiler, follow the rules, and don’t illegally trespass off the marked trails!

Hey!   What gives you the right to go off trail, trespass on a landowner’s property, and then

Snowmobile Promotional Videos

August 18th, 2017 | General, News

NYSSA in partnership with SLEDNY and the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association have produced and made available a series of short videos which promote snowmobiling.  The videos depict responsible and safe snowmobiling and invite others to participate in the sport.

“Try Snowmobiling”

What does NYSSA do?

August 15th, 2017 | General, News

Every once in awhile someone asks me, “What does NYSSA do?”   The question usually triggers a pause as I wonder where to start.  For those of you who are wondering, here is a partial list of what NYSSA’s Clubs,

Speak Up for Safer Trails

July 21st, 2017 | General, News

As you know when someone does not register their sled they are freeloading on everyone who does.  Indirectly they end up taking money away from the clubs that would be available from the Trail Development and Maintenance Fund to take

Government Affairs Committee Presses NYSSA Legislative Agenda In Albany

May 9th, 2017 | General

Members of the NYSSA Government Affairs Committee,  joined by Executive Director Dominic Jacangelo, Nick Barrella and Eglantina Haxhillari of Capitol Group descended on the Capitol to meet with various legislators to press NYSSA’s legislative priorities for the year.  Discussions centered

Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner: NYSSA Legislator of the Year

May 9th, 2017 | General, News

Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner was presented the 2017 Roann Destito Legislator of the Year for her outstanding legislative work on behalf of the NY Snowmobile community.  The Assemblywoman represents the 113th Assembly District which includes portions of Saratoga and Washington Counties.

RIDER CAUTION

March 13th, 2017 | General, News

All riders should use extreme caution if they choose to venture out for those last rides of the season.  In case your memory is short, don’t forget that just a week ago it had gotten fairly warm which would have

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