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
Join Early and WIN! If you join your club (or clubs!) for the upcoming season by September 30th, you will be entered into a drawing for a $500 prize (for primary club members) and a $100 prize for a secondary
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 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.
This year’s NYSSA Award winners were announced at the 2017 SLEDNY Educational Forum, held in Lake Placid, NY on April 28 and 29. The Award luncheon was attended by nearly 600 attendees necessitating moving the event to the 1932 Jack Shea
On Saturday night, April 29, the drawing of the OCSA Super Raffle was once again held at the Holiday Inn Liverpool in Onondaga County, and televised live to the attendees of the SLEDNY Educational Forum in Lake Placid.
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
With temps going from very warm weather to fairly cold weather don’t be tempted to venture out onto seemingly frozen lakes. Reports from the Adirondacks leave me to believe, that many lakes that still had ice near the end of
Over the past month several snowmobile fatalities have sickened me. Loved ones did not make it home because of the irresponsible and negligent actions of others. I would like to think that all snowmobilers operate their sleds responsibly but nothing
The safest snowmobiling rule is to never cross lakes or rivers since it can never be guaranteed that ice of any thickness will support a snowmobile. Ice is always dangerous. Do not venture out onto lakes or rivers unless you