A SNOWMOBILE CLUB
LOCATED IN SOUTHERN CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY, NEW YORK
PO Box 84
2, Sinclairville NY 14782
Info@trailbreakers.com

Lake Effect Trailbreakers

 

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SNOWMOBILE SEASON IS UPON US ENJOY!! 

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As of midnight Jan. 30 2016 Lake Effect Trailbreakers snowmobile trails have been closed.

Dave Robbins 

President

 

TRAILS ARE

CLOSED

 

Days trails have been open:

1/13/2016 - 1/14/15 - 2 days

1/18/2016 - 1/25/2016 - 8 days

1/29/2016 -  1/30/2016 - 2 days

 

We strongly encourage you to check our Facebook page for the very latest updates - Thank you!!

YOUR NEW 2016 TUCKER 2000!!!!!!!!

THANKS TO ALL WHO HAVE DONATED

 

 Doesn't look like anyone is going to be able ride-in this year like we did the past two years. But try and come by car. Lots of fun and remember 100% of what is raised is split between our clubs. Come and support!!
Winter Fest 2016


Bring your family and friends for an eventful, fun-filled winter day in Bemus Point!! Right off the trail, you can ride-in or drive-in. Lots of exciting events, lifesize pong tournament, LIVE auction, Chinese auction, vendor/dealer displays, prizes, music, and much much more! LIVE Event is being held from 12-6PM and the auction starts at 2:30 sharp! 100% of ALL money raised goes directly to the five snowmobile clubs in Chautauqua County!
 

 

 There's a Vintage Snowmobile Ride coming up on Feb 6th - Check it out!

 

See the photo page where we will start archiving your adventures

 

Please send in your photos to the club email!

 

 

 

 

 

The Trailbreakers give a special shout out
and thanks to our friends at D&S Glass!


This season's SNOWMOBILING CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY free trail phone app now available for both Android and Apple phones! Each year new features added, including turn-by-turn NAVIGATION, Breadcrumbing, Route Planning and Club Events. Premium Statewide Trail App also available.

Loud Pipes Close Trails.

 

In NYS, the law states "No snowmobile shall be modified by any person in any manner that shall amplify or otherwise increase total noise emission to a level greater than that emitted by the snowmobile as originally constructed, regardless of date of
manufacture." The law specifies that any sled manufactured after 1980 must produce less than 73 decibels.

Why would any snowmobiler want to intentionally harm the relationships clubs have with landowners? Especially, when it could ultimately end up with trail closures that affect all of us?

 

 

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