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Saturday, January 9, 2010

Snowdeo Continues Sunday At Coudersport

Snowdeo Conditions are Great This Weekend


Rodeo In The Snow
Final Day Sunday
Everyone is invited to the Potter County Snowmobile Association's Snowdeo at the clubhouse on North Hollow Road, just outside of Coudersport. Snow conditions are great for the weekend.

The annual event started Friday and continues through Sunday.

Sunday's schedule starts off with a Pancake breakfast at 8:00 am.

Demo rides and dealer displays will be on site to check out the latest in equipment. The kitchen will be open.

21 comments :

Anonymous said...

Snowdeo, more like wreckeo.....

Anonymous said...

I agree, keep drinking and driving and the wrecks will just get higher and higher....

Anonymous said...

One wreck?? that's not bad.. What about the *GIRL* that whooped ass with the fastest sled and was awarded NO PRIZE ?? That's dumb-deo

Anonymous said...

thay had nothing to do with the club

Anonymous said...

How many wrecks will there be today?????

WRECKEO thats pretty funny

Anonymous said...

there's been three sled accidents just on saturday. if this was four-wheelers it would have been shut down years ago. i tired of the double standards around here. four-wheelers would and do bring more money to this hillbilly stretch of god's country than these disrespectful snowmobilers ever thought.

Anonymous said...

No wrecks yet today?????

come on your kidding me

Anonymous said...

it was a man it won

Anonymous said...

you people just don't get it at all. snowmobiling in potter county will out last the newbies who have moved in and want to change everything. snowmobiling is not going to disappear just so the four-wheelers can tear up the trails. no way! you all could just pack up and go back to the city. your choice.

Anonymous said...

I was out with friends and family today, went to the clubhouse then to Lyman Run, Trails were great. The club volunteers and the state groomers did great.

Anonymous said...

the wrecks have nothing to do w/ the Rodeo. so whats up w/ that dumb$@* comment????

Anonymous said...

I'm poster 2:31, I have lived here all my life and have rode my quad all year round and will continue to do so. I always have permission to ride where I do and I always will have permission to ride somewhere before I do. There are many closed sled trails that continue to be ridden at all hours. The triples and racing pipes on sleds combined with the morons who run them can easily wake up a little town at 3 or 4 am like they do. And there are many times a group of quads can go through town and no one ever knew they was there. Yes I know there are bad apples in both sides, but the atvers are to police themselves so why can't the snowmobilers be expected to do the same. I'm not trying to start something and I know the sleds will always be here, I just feel that both sports should be welcomed and used to bring business and funds to the area. Just look at the funds atv's bring to W. Va. The area around Hatfield-McCoy. We are talking millions, it could really help our area. They have cops patrolling trails, passes to ride, food, lodging, gas, and so much more. Our problem is Uncle Eddy in Harrisburg, and the fact that we are way up here and Philly is way down there.

Anonymous said...

I personal think the club did a great job with the Snow-deo. There were accidents this weekend but they had nothing to do with the club, which is what this article was posted about. Great job Potter County Snowmobile Association. Also kudos to the young lady from Austin who ripped up the radar run.

John Q Public said...

I think that the problem that people have with ATV's...especially farmers, is the fact that they tear up the ground so bad. I ride my ATV in the Ulysses area and there are a lot of open lands to ride, but I have really noticed how bad a group of ATV's tears up a trail even when going slow. In most places where snowmobilers ride, it packs the snow down on the trail and in the spring, you can hardly notice that they have ridden there. In my opinion, this is the reason that snowmobilers are more welcome...other than the fact that they spend a lot of money locally in a short period of time.

Anonymous said...

Just so everyone knows it WAS a 17 yr. old GIRL that won.

Anonymous said...

To open another potential can of worms, can someone tell me how the whole clean and green thing works? I thought that if you owned a certain amount of land (11 acres???) and wanted the tax break you had to leave it open for others to use. Is that correct?

Anonymous said...

All I know is I have snowmobilers ripping past my house on a township at all hours of the morning. This past weekend it was at 3 am as they went roaring past. I NEVER have 4 wheelers going by at that time of the morning making that much noise.

Anonymous said...

clean and green property is NOT open to the public. you have to get permission from the landowner to go on their property!

Clean and Green said...

You never lose your property owner rights when you enroll your land in clean and green. AND you are financial responsible as far as liability as well.

You are not to POST your land or LEASE (hunting, etc.)your land if it is in clean and green, but if someone is on your land without permission they are considered trespassing. My land is in clean and green.

Anonymous said...

i have no problem with atv or snowmobilers i like them both i live on a township road my self
but the atv dont go by at 3:00am
the snowmobilers do..when we have to get up for work at 5:00am in the morning..it that people have to work..but i am glad that everyone had fun..

Joe Bob said...

I done did that there stuff when i was younger, but now it i am older I like to ride in the mud ..not that there snow. We'ns used to could ride all night long, but not no more..