Category Archives: Vintage sleds

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”

97
number of participants registered at 2020 snowjam
17
new 2021 club memberships paid for at 2020 snowjam
12
number of ticket locations in 2020 SnowJam ride
10
number of trophies for the Ryan Mayer Memorial Vintage show & ride
600
amount of cash in the 2020 SnowJam 50/50 raffle
44
number of vintage sleds registered in the 2020 SnowJam show
16
number of vintage sleds on the Ryan Mayer Memorial vintage ride
105
approx. Miles of trail groomed and maintained by the Rural Cass Club
25
amount of hours it takes to groom our entire trail system once
14
Snow Jam turned 14 this year, inaugural year was winter of 2006/2007
5
amount of times SnowJam has been cancelled for lack of snow, including 2015-2018
25
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!

4 days til SnowJam!!!!


4 days

It’s “flat-out fun” again this year for the annual SnowJam event in Cass County. This snowmobile trail ride will be Saturday, Feb. 8, headquartered at Hagge’s Bar and Grill in Mapleton, ND.

Here’s details on just some of the FUN at SnowJam 2020!

Snowmobile trail ride – bring your sled and head out on the more than 100 miles of freshly groomed trails in rural Cass County, and stop as much as you like at the various SnowJam sponsor businesses. you can start at any of the 12 locations along the route and register once you get to Hagge’s! Riding starts at noon.

Ryan Mayer memorial Vintage snowmobile display and ride – participate in the morning display with your 1995 or older snowmobile, with 10 trophies awarded, including a kids class(kids sleds do NOT need to be vintage)! Registration starts at 9am, Trophies awarded at 11:30, Vintage ride scheduled for noon.

Prizes, drawings and evening social – relax after your day on the trail with food and the local band “The Grit” provided by Hagge’s Bar and Grill, and you’ll likely win a cash or door prize so don’t miss this end to a great day!

This event is sponsored by the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club and East Central Trail Association.

Have you seen this “classic” snowmobile?


Here’s a fun picture of a “classic” snowmobile — enjoy!

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