First Ride of the Season

Sunday, December 20th, 2009

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We finally made it out for the first ride of the season. We still need a little more base, but conditions are improving quickly and more storms are in the forecast..... 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

Top 5 New Snowmobile Products

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

Producing the Boondockers films has always been primarily a hobby for the Boondockers team. We probably spend more time riding powder on weekends, late afternoons, and early mornings than we do working at our regular jobs and you can be sure that we never let any sick days lapse, but we do still have jobs. Geoff “Phatty” Dyer is a software engineer, Ryan Nelson runs an excavation company, Tent Gough works construction, Rick Barker is a fleet and auto body technician, Dave Napier owns a chain of restaurants, Matt Entz runs a potato farm, Andrew McCarthy is a motivational speaker, Aaron Case is an engineer, Shane Kynaston is an engineer and shop foreman, and I go to law school….... Continue Reading this Post