Category Archives: Vintage sleds

Welcome to 2022! Club meeting and fun run this week!

Welcome to 2022! Lots of club events happening in the next month. We are holding our monthly meeting Tuesday, Jan. 11th. 7pm at the Casselton Vets Club. We have a couple big events coming up that will be discussed.

  1. Family Fun ride is planned for next Sunday to the warming shack! Sunday, Jan. 16th. extended forecast shows temps in the mid 20s! This should be a nice day on the snow for the family and our club!
  2. Pre-SnowJam planning. SnowJam is Saturday, Feb. 12th. Talk about all aspects and assign duties. We will be holding our next meeting the week prior to make sure things are buttoned up.
  3. Trail signing. is 100% complete and was inspected and passed in December! thank you volunteers that got it done!
  4. Trail Grooming. Snow cover has been strong! We groomed the entire trail system in December, which doesnt happen very often. Unfortunately, blowing and drifting snow has ruined most areas. Our groomer was down for repairs this last week. Hopefully we can get back out later this week. Reports will follow.
  5. Sponsors. update on list. we are always looking for more!
  6. Memberships. Please renew your membership if you have not done so! its still only $25/family.
  7. 501c3 – update on non-profit status
  8. I-500 challenge ride is starting Jan. 25th. Club members Roger and Wyatt Kram are riding 1973 John Deere snomwobiles 500 miles from Winnipeg to Elk River, MN. you can check it out at or I-500 Challenge Ride on Facebook! They have raffle tickets benefiting Fargo Memorial Honor Guard at the Fargo National Cemetery that our trail passes right by! Their drawing will be held at SnowJam.
  • We still have plenty of club clothing available, we will have it available at SnowJam!
  • The club website has been updated. Between Facebook, e-mails, and the website, we hope to be able to keep recruiting new blood into the club!

I Hope everyone is staying healthy in these crazy times, and I hope to see you all Tuesday!
Jeff Kolnes, club communications director.

Saturday! ND State Ride is ON!

Saturday! ND State Ride is ON!

We will have 75 miles of our trails freshly groomed for Saturday.


4 registration locations (9am-4pm)

1) Harwood Grill and Saloon

2) Wild Rice Bar

3) Brewzers – Walcott

4) Hagge’s – Mapleton

10 stops. Each stop will have a bucket for tickets/prizes. (Full prize list will be available Saturday morning)

1) Davenport Supper Club ($150 Dakota Cat gift card)

2) Big Erv’s – Horace

3) Knickerbocker – Hickson

4) Christine Liquors

5) Fort Saloon – Abercrombie

6) Kindred Spirits Bar

7) Brewzers – Walcott

8) Wild Rice Bar

9) Harwood Grill and Saloon ($250 Visa gift card)

10) Hagge’s – Mapleton ($250 Visa gift card)

Vintage Show. Hagges – Mapleton

Registration starts at 9am.

12 classes Trophies at noon

Vintage Ride after Trophy presentation


Swap Meet. Hagges parking lot

starts at 9am.

Free swap spots!

SledGirlz will have a booth set up at Hagge’s!

$20/person (5 tickets)

$5/extra rider (5 tickets)

$5/vintage sled (5 tickets) (max $20/person)

$1/extra ticket

The Red River SnoRiders and Rural Cass Clubs could use your support as the normal club fundraisers have not happened due to Covid. Please make it out if you are available! Dress in layers and come support those that support Snowmobiling!!!We are always looking for more members, join a club as well!

SnowJam 2020 is in the books!

We want to thank everyone that was able to participate in this years event, it was the best its been in years. Here is a little “SnowJam by the numbers”

number of participants registered at 2020 snowjam
new 2021 club memberships paid for at 2020 snowjam
number of ticket locations in 2020 SnowJam ride
number of trophies for the Ryan Mayer Memorial Vintage show & ride
amount of cash in the 2020 SnowJam 50/50 raffle
number of vintage sleds registered in the 2020 SnowJam show
number of vintage sleds on the Ryan Mayer Memorial vintage ride
approx. Miles of trail groomed and maintained by the Rural Cass Club
amount of hours it takes to groom our entire trail system once
Snow Jam turned 14 this year, inaugural year was winter of 2006/2007
amount of times SnowJam has been cancelled for lack of snow, including 2015-2018
Years the Rural Cass club has been around. Founded in 1995

Here is a video a new club member took of the vintage display. Some great sleds were brought out this year, we hope to keep it growing!

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