Frontier Grooming

While everybody else is digging out from this storm, Frontier Sno Riders volunteer groomers are out packing this latest snowfall in on the trails.

If you are out riding and come up on groomer remember Groomers have the right of way and wait for the driver to signal you to safely pass, and

give them a thumbs up for the good job they do!

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Safety Class and New Groomers

On December 6th 2014, Frontier Sno-Riders held a safety education class for young riders 10 yrs old and up at the Duanesburg Firehouse. The class had a great turnout with 27 attendees, lunch from Johnathan's Pizza and Italian Cuisine in Duanesburg was provided and the kids got some hands on experiences with a few snowmobiles.  See the photos -> Safety Class Photos.

Also, the snowmobile club has received delivery of the newest member of the growing groomer fleet, a 2001 Pisten Bully 100 and new 16' drag.  This groomer will join our tracked New Holland with 6' x 12' drag, our 1985 Bombardier Skidozer 252 with 7' x 14' drag, and our team of 7 various year Skidoo Skandics Super Wide Tracks pulling 4' x 8' drags. See the Photos ->Groomer Fleet

Thatcher Park !

 

 

You can look forward to the View from the New Thatcher Park Trail this Season !

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                          Groomers Hard At Work on 1/7/14 !

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A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR LAND OWNERS !!!

Thank you to all our Land Owners for your support and cooperation for without it we would be unable to continue our Family sport  and recreational outings. We look forward to your support again in future seasons and please contact any one of us on the contact listed here on the website at anytime with any concerns or questions you may have.   You have our sincere gratitude and appreciation. 

The Frontier Sno-Riders' Snowmobile Club ! 

A Couple of Days In The Lives of Our Groomers!

The photos below depict a couple of days on the trails of our Groomers. They often work for hours without the chance to enjoy riding the trails that we do because of lenghtly times it takes to get the job done. They average about 5 to 10 MPH.

So on 12/31/12 one of our Techees, named Chad put this remotely operated drone on the trail to the Township Tavern.

  

 

    On Trail C7B IN E. Berne after a fresh Grooming by Brian Buchardt  & Ron Shultes on 1/4/13 !

Brian is down while checking the trail after Chad remotely operating the drone hit him. He had to re-adjust the camera angle! Thank God ... no damage done to the  machinery ... too many repairs already this season!

(Photos provided by Chad Saddlemire -Fairytale by Rich Egan- No harm done to the wildlife depicted in the photo !)