iceman

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iceman last won the day on September 15

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About iceman

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    Iceman

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  • Club
    Team Iceman----Crucian Snow Riders---- Club Motoneige Champlain

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mont-Carmel, .QC
  • Snowmobile
    Yamaha

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  1. Neige sen vien

    Probably good to go in say....two weeks.
  2. Neige sen vien

    Cold Lake, Alberta. Today. Tick Tock.
  3. Remember

    Never Forget, those who gave all, as well as...all the innocent people murdered that day. The families who would never be the same after such great losses. RIP
  4. Whats everybody doing this summer?

    Podium finish tonight 2nd place, Happy gang here. On to the next. Let’s Go!
  5. Whats everybody doing this summer?

    Saturday. Time to race. Coming off best finish of the season last week a fourth place, feeling like we have finally got our stuff together with this new chassis. Tonight we shall see.
  6. Team Iceman in the Aeolean Islands !

    #worldwide way cool.
  7. Whats everybody doing this summer?

    Saturday night, start your engines, checkers or wreckers tonight, let’s go!
  8. Summer Updates and Repairs

    Shawinigan is the hood. For sure. You tourists are essy to spot.
  9. Summer Updates and Repairs

    You need to stop in better neighborhoods for lunch. Hit and run is a crime. You boys surely always seem to have interesting experiences.
  10. Whats everybody doing this summer?

    Started 16th finished 9th only a 32 lap final tonight, so all said and done happy with the progression. Brand new chassis second week with this car.
  11. Whats everybody doing this summer?

    Locked and Loaded off to the Races Drummonville tonight.
  12. Eco trails

    Que Sera Sera.
  13. Whats everybody doing this summer?

    Still at shop wrenching on race car, been a long week of work. Almost finished its on the scales being balanced, this week we go topless.
  14. Eco trails

    Here’s a desciption, i just did a quick copy paste translation What's this ? EcoSense® is: a program developed by environmental specialists in consultation with the snowmobiling industry, trail users and community organizations; certification with normative requirements and environmentally friendly practices; increased protection for the natural environment and local communities; the assurance that each certified trail has been verified by an independent non-profit organization, Nature-Action Québec. The EcoSentier® Environmental Certification Program provides environmental trail recognition where not only the practices required by current environmental regulations for snowmobile trails, but also good environmental practices that go beyond - to manage optimal trails. The EcoSteM® program was developed in close collaboration with partners - trail manufacturers, users and general interest representatives. The Fédération des Clubs de Motoneigistes du Québec (FCMQ) and Nature-Action Québec (NAQ), a non-profit organization recognized for the quality of its environmental services, created the program in 2015. Since then, the FCMQ has been managing it throughout Quebec, while NAQ acts as a third-party certification body. Snowmobile trails EcoSort® certification is an opportunity for the snowmobile club to raise the level of environmental management of Trans-Québec trails (13,687 km in 2015), to ensure uniformity and consistency, and to obtain a certificate issued by a independent body (third party). snowmobiler EcoSort® certification is a reliable, third-party verified tool that helps snowmobilers choose an environmentally friendly snowmobile trail. Standardization process ecoSort® applies a globally recognized process of standardization. The program objectively verifies the quality of the environmental measures applied to a snowmobile trail. The ecoSentier® Independent Auditor ensures that the trail meets program requirements (regulated requirements and environmental best practices), based on four key criteria: planning, development, trail maintenance and waste management. The program's requirements are based on the best practices currently available, drawn from expert recommendations from Quebec industry and specific programs for snowmobile trails. Federation and participating clubs The FCMQ proudly participates in the EcoSentier® certification program by making it a key element of its Sustainable Development Action Plan (SDAP), which began in 2010. A total of 200 snowmobile clubs will be invited to implement the EcoSense® program requirements, on a voluntary basis.