Oh Canada…

Thursday, May 21st, 2009

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The winter of 2009 went out with a bang for the Boondockers team. We headed up to British Columbia to ride with Dan Davidoff and the Krazy Canadians last weekend and there couldn’t have been a better way to end the season. It was probably one of our last trips of the year, and everyone rode like it. Rick Barker, Phatty, Shane Stainger, Shane Kynaston and me drove 14 hours from Utah to ride some of the biggest snowmobiling terrain on the planet. .... Continue Reading this Post

Timbersled Suspension Review

Monday, May 11th, 2009

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This winter Timbersled sent me one of their Mtn. Tamer rear suspensions to put it to the test. The Mtn. Tamer suspension is already well known in hillclimb circles as the best suspension setup for climbing the steepest, most technical chutes. However, this rear suspension also offers significant performance gains in deep powder and handles drops and jumps flawlessly when tuned right. Timbersled’s suspension has also proven to be incredibly durable over the course of this season..... Continue Reading this Post

Old School

Friday, May 8th, 2009

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This afternoon I rode with Shane Kynaston. We got in a good dose of spring riding, with plenty of big climbs, technical pulls, and even a few big drops and jumps. While many riders have already hung it up by this time of year, we usually ride until the end. For me, late spring conditions are the icing on the cake at the end of the year. Spring snow may not be deep powder, but it gives you the opportunity to point the sled uphill and get technical in the trees and chutes that would have been untouchable in deep snow, especially on stock sleds. .... Continue Reading this Post