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Thomas Sno Sports' 2015 Arctic Cat Demo Ride Day


(12/28/2014)

Here's skinny:

Annual Thomas Sno Sports Arctic Cat Demo Ride event!

When: Thursday January 8th, 2015!

What: Please join us for this 100-mile trail ride, and ride the 2015 Arctic Cat snowmobiles!

We plan to ride 9000, 8000, 7000, 6000, 5000, and? 4000 models, plus Bearcats and Panteras!? We’ll stop every 10 miles and switch sleds, this is a great opportunity to get real riding experience on many of the new Arctic Cats!

Who: Ride with staff from our store, representatives from Arctic Cat, past and present members of Team Arctic, members of our local snowmobile clubs, representatives? from the snowmobile media and more...this is a fun day of riding!

Hungry: A mid-day lunch stop is planned at one of the resorts in the Mille Lacs Lake area, at each person’s own expense.

Cost: This is a FREE event, with a few things to be aware of...

*Pre-registration is required...we have to cap the event to 50 participants.

*All participants must be 21 years of age, or older.

*Each participant must begin the ride on their own snowmobile.

*Current registration, own gasoline, etc. is required.

*Zero alcohol allowed.

*Release waivers must be signed by each participant.

*All MN laws will be followed and safe driving practices observed.

Time: Participants must arrive between 8:00 A.M.-8:30 A.M. A mandatory drivers meeting is at 8:45, we are on the trail at 9:00 A.M. Ride usually returns around 3 P.M.

Ride will be held even in heavy snow or cold temperatures, dress appropriately.

Plan B: If we should lose snow prior to event, it will be held in Silver Bay MN, on Thursday January 8th.

How: Please contact us to sign up now, or to discuss further! 320-556-3467 or arctic@bctelco.net. 



Comments (12):

Donn says:
12/29/2014 9:36:00 AM

What a great event and opportunity for your customers Tom ! The dealer network in the Western States are for the most part completely asleep at the wheel, entirely focused on the Mountain segment and ultimately doing nothing to provide customers with a reason to purchase a Cat. Have you ever thought about becoming a regional sales manager for Cat ? We need you out here !!!! :)
Tom Rowland says:
12/30/2014 7:48:00 PM

Thanks to everyone that has been contacting us the last few weeks and signing up for our demo ride event. We are nearing a record number of participants, this is going to be one of our best events yet...IF it snows. As of today (12-30-2014) we only have a dusting on the ground and it would be impossible to hold the event. The long range forecast is not too promising either, we plan to make a go/no go decision by end of day January 2nd. To make matters worse, our back-up plan of riding in Silver Bay MN is less than stellar too. Stay tuned to this website and our Facebook page for the latest details.
Tom Rowland says:
1/2/2015 5:42:00 PM

Our January 8th Demo ride has been CANCELLED. We are not able to ride here at our location, nor are we going to the plan-B Silver Bay location. This truly was set to be our biggest and best demo ride event to date. We'll plan another one for next season, and, we'll be happy to join as many of you as possible on the trail this season too...once the snows arrive. Thanks to every one of you that had signed up for this.
Rudy says:
10/9/2015 3:01:00 AM

"one good reason why effotrs to motivate action should not be built on the backs of predictions. "Indeed, but I would suggest that is merely corollary to:"the effifacy of hypotheses should be built only on the back of their preidictive abilities"
Rudy says:
10/9/2015 3:01:00 AM

"one good reason why effotrs to motivate action should not be built on the backs of predictions. "Indeed, but I would suggest that is merely corollary to:"the effifacy of hypotheses should be built only on the back of their preidictive abilities"
Rudy says:
10/9/2015 3:01:00 AM

"one good reason why effotrs to motivate action should not be built on the backs of predictions. "Indeed, but I would suggest that is merely corollary to:"the effifacy of hypotheses should be built only on the back of their preidictive abilities"
Freederk says:
10/11/2015 5:58:00 AM

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Freederk says:
10/11/2015 5:58:00 AM

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Freederk says:
10/11/2015 5:58:00 AM

Ok when looking for snoawobrding boots it is a must that you are comfortable in them. So the best thing to do is to go to your favorite snoawobrding shop and try on tons of boots, narrow down the boots you want slowly until you reach your favorite.I can tell you that when your actually boarding your boots will feel different than they do while your trying them on. Ideally you want your toes to be just barely touching the front of the boot for your best, and most comfortable ride. If you come across a pair of boots that you must have but are a little tight dont worry because as you ride they will work in and give a little room. And now for DC. I personally have the DC Scouts with the BOA system and love them (check them out for sure). My regular shoe size is usually 14 or 15. The 14 boot was a little snug for me but the 15 fit me perfectly.Hope this helps. Be safe have fun :] http://norndclpdu.com [url=http://rzzuqjb.com]rzzuqjb[/url] [link=http://skvnoilqcx.com]skvnoilqcx[/link]
Amira says:
10/13/2015 1:50:00 AM

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Amira says:
10/13/2015 1:50:00 AM

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Amira says:
10/13/2015 1:51:00 AM

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