Who’s up for a party? Friday, January 9, Boondockers, Klim, Powertech and Connections is throwing a winter party! Tickets are $15, which includes Chick-Fil-a dinner, a raffle ticket and a viewing of Boondockers 11…our best video yet. So far there is about $8000 in raffle prizes to be won, prizes from Klim, Powertech, Connections Credit Union, Teton Volkswagen, Ross’s Gun, Applebees, Mother Hubbards, so on and so forth! Join us at 5p, Show at 7p. Bring the family, celebrate the weekend and help us bring the snow. Get tickets or learn more on the WINTER PARTY website here. All proceeds from the event go the Bonneville and Madison County Search and Rescue Teams..... Continue Reading this Post
The snowmobile expo in Denver starts today!
Even if you’re hours away from Denver, it is so worth the drive.
The Who’s Who of the Boondockers Crew will be there selling all the best Boondockers apparel and our new vid, Boondockers 8. We got more of our awesome Boondockers ball caps in three colors this year, classic Black and White and introducing Blue!
There’s posters, Krazy Canadian videos, stickers, more videos, the new BD8 playing with surround sound and of course the coolest riders in the industry…Dan Gardiner, Phatty and Smasher to name a few.
Go by the booth, pick up a couple of Boondocker DVDs, your new hat, shirt and a signed Boondockers 8 poster!
The Snowmobile Show starts Friday and Ends Sunday.
Adult tickets are $10.00, 12 and Under free.
Friday 5:00a to 9:00p : Saturday 9:00a to 6:00p : Sunday 10:00a to 2:00p
Denver Merchandise Mart, 451 East 58th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80216 (more…)
We’ve been trying to get over to Smithfork, just south of Afton, all year long. Snowmobiling is great over there. Love the country, terrain and all the different riding applications. After you get on the trail and start heading in, you start turning into a little kid. As your looking around, the excitement starts welling up inside like a 8 year old kid in a candy store with a 100 dollars to spend…needless to say, you’re excited. (more…)
The day after the road trip to Preston in Idaho, Searle and I decided to make a small road trip up to Island Park, Idaho to do a little exploring…the never ending search for snow. Considering it was late January, one might think we were disappointed in the amount of snow we found. Unfortunately, a less than favorable snow year had conditioned us so that the snow we did find left us feeling very lucky to find such epic deep powder at least 9 inches deep. How bad are snow conditions when 9 inches of powder on top of a 2.5 foot base leave you feeling happy and rewarded? (more…)