Monthly Archives: December 2013

What you need to know about snowmobile helmets


hs_graphic_iconWhat you need to know about snowmobile helmets

Check out this page from Snowmobile North Dakota to learn more about how to select a good snowmobile helmet.

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Brush up on local snowmobile regulations


Brush up on local snowmobile regulations link – CLICK HERE

Now that you’re ready to ride, make sure to brush on the latest in snowmobile regulations. This site has all the info on snowmobile laws and snowmobile registration information. It also includes details on the collector snowmobile registration options.

East Central Valley Trail Association meeting set Dec 30


East Central Valley Snowmobile Trail Association will meet on Monday, Dec 30 at 7 PM at Hagge’s Bar and Grill, Mapleton.

Topics to be discussed will include:

  • Schedule/plans for sharing the Snowmobile North Dakota groomer
  • Bring topics if you have them

This trail association is made up of the Red River Sno-Riders and the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club. All members are encouraged to attend.

Subscribe to new posts from Rural Cass Snowmobile Club – here’s how


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Register to win a Polaris 120 snowmobile


Register to win a Polaris 120 snowmobile

Register to win a Polaris 120 snowmobile from Bunker Racing and Subway.

What’s happening in North Dakota in January for snowmobilers?


Here are some links to snowmobiling events that we know of taking place in the state in January:

5th Annual Pink Ribbon Riders ND Snow Run — Jan 10-11 in Bottineau, ND

Beaver Valley Sno-Goer’s Banquet — Jan 18 in Linton, ND

North snowmobile trail loop will be closed this season


Due to a late fall and lack of volunteers to help put in the trail signs this season, the northern loop of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club trail will not be opened this season.

This trail connects the communities of Amenia, Arthur, Argusville, and Harwood. Trail closed signs will be posted in Casselton and Mapleton to indicate that this trail is not open; the trail also will not be groomed.

The club did not meet the Dec. 15 trail signing deadline required by Snowmobile North Dakota. This means the club will not receive about 1/3 of the typical funding from Snowmobile ND, and the club will be put on probation with Snowmobile ND for a year.

At the next club meeting, discussions will begin on how to ensure the trail can be opened next year. More active club members will be required or more ideas on how to ensure the work gets done each fall.

Remaining club meetings this year are Tuesday, Jan 14, Tuesday, Feb 11 and Tuesday, March 11. Meetings are held at 7 PM at the Pizza Ranch in Casselton. Please consider making time to attend one of these meetings and offer your ideas and suggestions.