Bernardston Gill Leyden: Snowmobile Club of the Year Award SAM Annual Meeting 2015 Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts assist after blizzard Snowmobile trail blocked by tree Brad rand and a snowmobile groomer
  • Mar 04, 2015

    The Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts Board of Directors invite you to celebrate your association at the upcoming SAM Annual Meeting and dinner on Thursday, April 2, 2015. Participate, relax and enjoy dinner with your friends, while you participate in the business meeting and the honoring of award recipients.   Thursday,…

  • Feb 24, 2015

    Snowmobiling is great and we have only the volunteers (and the snow) to thank. Do it by nominating a volunteer for the SAM Annual Awards.   Volunteers are the heart and soul of snowmobiling. Without them there wouldn’t be anywhere to ride. No trails, no clubs, no events, no leadership,…

  • Feb 13, 2015

    NSTAR is looking for SAM’s assistance in Eastern Massachusetts in anticipation of the upcoming weekend storm (blizzard forecast). NSTAR needs several snowmobiles and operators (two-ups and work sleds preferred) as well as tracked groomer vehicles to access and break trails to the power grid.   Operators must be highly-experienced, have…

  • Snowmobile Safety: Hazards on the Trail
    Jan 30, 2015

    I’m sure you are all aware of the hazards associated with riding off-trail in snow-covered fields, such as rocks, tree stumps and other obstructions hidden under the snow. You also know enough (I hope) to keep to the right while snowmobiling on a trail and not to stop in the…

  • Brad Rand, snowmobile volunteer
    Jan 15, 2015

    Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts member profile: Brad Rand is a member of the Snowbirds Snowmobile Club in Spencer. He’s been riding snowmobiles for 30-years, his current sled is a 2003 Arctic Cat T660 Turbo, 4-stroke.   Sled mods: No modifications needed when you ride an “old man’s sled!” Purchased saddlebags…

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