MichiganRev

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MichiganRev last won the day on February 17 2018

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About MichiganRev

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  • Birthday 09/26/1957

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    Mackinac Island, Michigan
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    2017 Ski-Doo Gen4 850

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  1. I've been coming to Quebec since 1995 and believe me there is no comparison. Don't get me wrong the UP can be good, but that is going to be mid-week riding. A lot of times in the UP to get from point A to point B you only have 1 trail that will take you there, in Quebec you might have 4, 5 or more options, makes a big difference. In Quebec, even on the weekends, if you want to get out away from the crowds you can, in Michigan you can't. Haven't rode in Michigan on the weekends in many years and have no plans to. These last few years I've been doing most of my riding in the Lac St. Jean area. It's a 14 hour drive and many liters of fuel and it's worth every bit of it.
  2. Thanks for posting, I've been riding along all winter right here in the easy chair. Congrats on the retirement!
  3. Tell Sandi that speed limit is only inside the city limits, lol
  4. Hi Don Do you have a link for air medic? Thanks
  5. Gowser thanks for posting this. I met Jim many years ago on my way to Quebec. I always made it point to stop when I was going to Quebec and coming home. His knowledge and passion for snowmobiling was off the charts. I could call him anytime and he could always answer my questions. I also have sent a response to BRP. Please keep us informed on any updates.
  6. What a great honor! Congrats Bill and JD, well deserved for sure.
  7. Hi Jack and Sandi Looking forward to your posts. Good to see that at least there is rideable snow somewhere. Congrats Sandi on the 600R, welcome back to the 2 stroke world. Have fun, Dave
  8. Nothing wrong with that photo, trail looks awesome.
  9. Great pics Jeff and Sandy. Trails look great. 62 degrees here in Michigan today, ugh.
  10. Glad to see you are back home safely. As always, enjoyed spending time with you and everybody that comes to the Delta. Only downside to staying at the Delta.......time flies by, just a blur. But like anything in life, our memories will get us through till the next time....and look at that, the good Lord willing, were already less than a year away till the next time. Take care Dave .
  11. Back in Michigan after the 16 hour drive, but worth every mile to ride the world class trails of Quebec. I had the wonderful opportunity to visit or ride with folks from New Hampshire, Ohio, New York, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Ottawa, England and of course Quebec. Great friends and great times, lifetime memories for sure. A very special thank you to all the groomer operators and volunteers and others who give of their time so we can enjoy this sport. It's hard to fathom what it takes to put a trail system like this together, but every year it just seems to get better. Again thanks! Only downside to this sport is you just can't get enough. I rode 8 days, 1600 miles, have been home less than 24 hours and all I want to do is get out on that sled and ride. Everybody enjoy the rest of winter and be safe out there. Dave
  12. Yeah but in Florida their groomed trails aren't very well maintained.
  13. Glad to see you are back in paradise Bill. Looking forward to your trail reports.
  14. Great pic Don. Looks like a sneak peek photo making you wonder "what are they coming out with now"
  15. Have my map out and following along. Also had my first ride today in northern lower and you're right about getting dressed for the first run of the season, geez took me a half hour to figure it all out, lol.