Pullinfront

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  1. I checked in at the club house to check on trails being open and where to park as this is where I unloaded. Was told I good to ride there trials and the surrounding clubs. Saw a couple trail security members (orange vest) and just got the thumbs up or wave.
  2. Was able to get out on Saturday 12/7/2019 for a 1st ride. Was able to get in 140 miles. Still need some more snow. Headed west on 25 to 580, 580 after ST. Robert was in good shape. Made it out to ST Ludger before turning back. Then headed back up 25, went to the local trail that connects 25 to 535 but it wasn't opened up yet. 25 was good till St Martin then thin and ruff after that. Headed back to the St Theophile club house, then up 75 hoping to make it to 535, 545 back to 75 to finish the day. Found St Theophile section of 75 to be near perfect, then after crossing the river the St Come section was ruff. Lots of refrozen water issues. After the club house it was much better going, stop and fueled up and then continued north on 75. The section from the gas station to the short road section was freshly groomed and in great shape. Had to turn back when I found the gate closed at the turn off at the end of the road section. Turn back and tried to take the local trail south of the club house out to 545 but found that to have just been broken open by the groomer without the drag, Still lots of water issues and didn't feel like getting muddy, All in all a good 1st ride. Looking forward to the next ride, think snow Pullinfront
  3. What's the earliest you have ridden in the area. The last couple years I have gotten some good miles in on Xmas weekend. With all this weather I am really itching to ride. last Dec 23
  4. Left out of Jackman on 1/26. Trails in Jackman were good, once across the boarder trails got a little better. Stopped at the Armstrong club house for breakfast and then headed up 75 to 55. 75 was good all the way to 55, I did have a near collision with a turkey on 75 right behind the gas station this was a 1st on a sled. Once on 55 trails got even better. The pole line was a lot of fun, flat and fast. Stopped in Lac Etchemins for fuel. The gas station just off the trail has been renovated, went from run down to very nice and can pay at the pump with card. Headed up 55 to the St Pamphile club house for lunch. Once past the 545 turn off 55 was about perfect, lots of snow and groomed smooth. On the way back we took 55 to 551 547. 551 and most of 547 were great, about 5 miles of 547 wasn't groomed since the snow on wed. but was still decent. Then back on 55 to 545 for the run back to the boarder, 545 was great as always. Even passed a groomer on an already near perfect trail. 335 miles on the day, high for the season. Roadrunner I did this trip with Ed W. and at lunch at the St Pamphile club house we bumped into a lot of your crew. I believe even your sled was there haha.
  5. Day drip on Saturday 1/20 rode out of Jackman. Rode 75 north to 55 east to 545 south back to Maine. Trails were in much better shape than I expected a little in spots but a great ride. Didn't take many pics.
  6. Thanks for the up to date report RR. I plan on riding the area on Saturday. Pullinfront
  7. Got out before Xmas, trails were good, still needed a little snow on the woods trails. Roadrunner are you riding with Ed W.
  8. Thanks for the links. looks like some clubs are opening up, hope to do some riding next weekend.
  9. Any snow or trail reports from the St George area? Hoping to get up there and burn some gas next weekend.
  10. Can someone post a link to the map, not sure I'm seeing the correct one. Thanks
  11. Left Jackman to Armstrong club house for breakfast, Trails great door to door, after a great breakfast we headed we headed out on 25 to 55. Stopped at the covered covered bridge for a quick pic or 2. Trails were in great shape, flat with plenty of coverage. Then we headed up 75 to Bercerivile for lunch. After lunch we headed out on 55 east, 55 had a few bumps but not bad at all for a Saturday afternoon. Then jumped on 545 south for the run back to the boarder. 545 was in perfect shape, hard to believe the a trail could be in such great shape late on a Saturday. about 240 for the day. Looking forward to the next trip.
  12. Love the motor, it is very addicting. The power is smooth, but that said it is the hardest pulling sled I have ever ridden. The suspension and handling will need a little tuning.
  13. I did get pulled into immigration, this was the 1st time I have crossed into Canada in over 6 years. This took only about 10 minutes. Coming back into the US was very quick and easy. Just asked 4 or 5 questions and ID card and then on my way.
  14. Been a member since 2007 but haven't ridden Quebec since 2009 haha. Good to be back, boy have I missed these trails.
  15. Hey RR. Looks great I rode up in the area on Friday and Saturday. found much of the same, feels like bonus riding this early. I am on a Sidewinder this season also, what do you think so far?
  16. Rode out of Jackman on Friday the 23th and Saturday 24th. Got to try out the new sled Yahama Sidewinder. Rode to Lac Etchemin via 75 to 55 on Friday. Mostly very good, a little thin in a few spots. Then on Saturday did 25 to 55 to 535 to 540 to 35, Stopped in St. Marie for fuel and a bite to eat. Then back down 75 to Jackman. Trails were very good up around St. Marie great trails overall for early season riding.
  17. Cooper found us a mattress to throw on the floor. We were 3 staying in one room when doing the Gaspe, It was a few years ago but if i remeber corretly motel Mont St. Pierre had a room with 3 beds as well. Dont remeber the name of the hotel but the one we stayed at in Chandler had roll aways,
  18. We do our share of miles 4.5 to 5k a year. We did pick up on the stuffed animal on the front bumper from our 1st trip to the Gaspe a few years ago. My dads nick name is moose so we started hanging stuffed moose on our bumpers a few years ago. Pullinfront
  19. Thank you Groomer, it is one of my favs as well. I have made it into a large framed pic that is hanging in my house. You have taken many great photos ourself and thanks for the great job grooming I have riden thru your area a few times. Pullinfront
  20. Great place to ride, if you have not been plan a trip. not the place to go off the trail. Pullinfront
  21. A couple of my pic from the region. My brother in front of a tall snow bank. Me (self pic) at RDL. Relias 540 on trail 35 Pullinfront
  22. a few pics from the last couple years. Trail 55 Pullinfront