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Listen to the Legend: Jim Dimmerman and Frans Rosenquist Podcast


(7/8/2015)

Jim Dimmerman is a former Team Arctic Sno Pro legend and 1984 World Champion who also happens to have an uncanny memory AND knack for telling great stories.

In this podcast with fellow Sno Pro-era veteran Frans Rosenquist (and hosted by journalists Gord Avann & Hal Armstrong), Dimmerman discusses his career, the Factory Sno Pro era, a special dyno session at Polaris, and much more.

Definitely worth listening to.



Comments (8):

Todd Ulschmid says:
7/9/2015 11:54:00 AM

Awesome.
Bob V. says:
7/10/2015 2:56:00 PM

Great to hear those stories and details of the Sno Pro racing from Jim & Frans !! Would love see photos of the proto tube frame Yamahas that Frans mentioned. Well worth taking the time to listen to the full podcast. Thanks for sharing & hope there are more to come.
Aditya says:
10/9/2015 2:59:00 AM

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Aditya says:
10/9/2015 2:59:00 AM

Kris Kerzman We plan on releasing a few deatils of the mural closer to the unveiling. I'm sure we'll also put up some photos of the full mural once it's up and hanging. A while ago, we posted an update from the trip that our director Colleen took to visit the mural. You can see a little tiny bit of it behind her and James Rosenquist.
Aditya says:
10/9/2015 2:59:00 AM

Kris Kerzman We plan on releasing a few deatils of the mural closer to the unveiling. I'm sure we'll also put up some photos of the full mural once it's up and hanging. A while ago, we posted an update from the trip that our director Colleen took to visit the mural. You can see a little tiny bit of it behind her and James Rosenquist.
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