A SNOWMOBILE CLUB
LOCATED IN SOUTHERN CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY, NEW YORK
PO Box 84
2, Sinclairville NY 14782
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Lake Effect Trailbreakers

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Trails now closed
Trails were open from January 25 2015 to March 12 2015
That was a wonderful 46 days of great trail breaking!

 

Thank you all for all the fun you gave US!

END OF THE YEAR PARTY


SATURDAY, APRIL 18 @ 7pm. FEEGANíS WITCH KITCH. THERE WILL BE SNACKS PROVIDED. KITCHEN WILL BE OPEN. COME ENJOY AN EVENING WITH OTHER RIDERS & SHARE YOUR WINTER RIDING EXPERIENCE. THE BAR IS HAVING A GUITAR DUO PLAYING FOR THE EVENING. COME AND ENJOY!!!!


Dave Robbins

President

Take a Friend Snowmobiling
A big success!

This is an excerpt from the latest NYSSA Snowmobilier online magazine

From the Desk of the Executive Director By Dominic Jacangelo, Executive Director dominic@nysnowmobiler.com 888-624-3849 x104

If you have been following my articles this year you know this year is about introducing snowmobiling to new riders. Over the past winter we have completed six Take a Friend Snowmobiling events around New York. One of those events brought me clear across the state to Mayville, NY in Chautauqua County. If you donít where that is, it is as far as you can go west in NY before you end up in Pennsylvania. If you have never ridden Chautauqua County you are truly missing a great experience. The day before the Take a Friend Snowmobiling event, I took a short ride from Mayville up to Cherry Creek with several other riders who knew the system. Much of it was spirited riding along some natural gas ROWís.

Ray Head, who is a NYSSA alternate director from Chautauqua County, developed a unique trail direction sign. The signs not only point out local community destinations but also advertise local businesses supportive of snowmobiling. Ray reported that those little advertisements not only paid for the signs but also generated some extra revenue to invest in the trail system.

 

While in Mayville I stay at the family-owned and operated Webbís Resort, a very snowmobile friendly business. Trailer parking is in the back and any size trailer is welcome. You pick up the trail out the backdoor. From the moment I checked in, I knew I was at a snowmobile friendly establishment. Hanging at the registration desk was a note with instructions from the Chautauqua Visitors Bureau on how to download to your phone a trail app for the Chautauqua system of trails, and if you wanted, the front desk had county trail maps for sale. What struck me the most about this stay was that most of the people I met were from another state including North Carolina, Maryland and Ohio. They were all members of the local clubs and made it their business to return as many times as possible. Ray took me to several local restaurants that depend on snowmobilers to stay open in the winter including Steemers Pub, Guppyís and Tomís Tavern. All are snowmobile friendly, and Steemers - located down a dead end secondary trail - has fuel and the best fried pickles I have had anywhere.

 

The Take a Friend Snowmobiling event was hosted by the Lake Effect Trail Breakers, and hosted at Feeganís Witch Kitch in Sinclairville. We managed to get a couple of English chaps, who started a business in Dunkirk, on sleds. We gave them instructions, an escort and sent them out into the countryside. One ride was all it took to get these two interested in the sport. So much so, that they were shopping for sleds before they left Sinclairville.

 

My thanks to the Lake Effect Trail Breakers and Chautauqua County Snowmobile Association for their efforts that day

 

See the photo page where we will start archiving your adventures

 

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Thank you to Clyde Rodgers and the crew at Rodgers and Sonís 
for the donation of their excavator for our recent project near 
Kennedy. When you are in the Cherry Creek area stop by and 
visit the dealership and say Hi!
http://www.rodgersandsons.com

 

 

 

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