Tips for safe snowmobiling
10 easy-to-remember safety tips before hitting the trails:
     1. Don't drink and ride
     2. Wear proper equipment & helmet, gloves, boots, protective vest, etc.
     3. Know your hand signals
     4. Check ice conditions before you venture  onto a lake or river.
     5. Never ride alone.
     6. At night, don't out-drive your headlights.
     7. Ride right & Stay on the right side of the trail at all times.
     8. Always carry emergency care equipment.
     
    9. Respect private property.
    10. Obey trail signs and stop at all road crossings.


We have hooded sweatshirts and winter hats for sale.  Adult Sweatshirts are $20.00.   The hats are $5.00.  They are hunter green with a snowmobile and Adirondack Trail Riders, Ticonderoga, NY on them.

Any one interested in purchasing merchandise can contact me at adirondacktrailriders@hotmail.com
or (518)-585-7110.

 

 

The Adirondack Trail Riders, Inc will be having Rider Safety Training.
Saturday, December 6, 2014 Ticonderoga Community Bldg.,132 Montcalm Street, Ticonderoga NY 12883
Contact Derrick Fleury (518)586-1916 Lunch Provided; Pre-Registration Preferred
Rider Safety Training

New York State is a leader in snowmobile education and offers one operator training course for snowmobilers of all ages beginning at age 10. This course provides fundamental information which all snowmobilers should possess in order to ensure the safety of riders and other trail users. Successful completion of this course results in the award of a NYS Snowmobile Safety Certificate. Courses are taught by experienced snowmobilers who volunteer their time to make the sport safer and more enjoyable for everyone. They are usually sponsored by snowmobile clubs, agricultural extension offices, law enforcement agencies, or similar groups, and are available in fall and early winter. View a list of courses being offered throughout New York State. This list is updated on a weekly basis during the snowmobile season. Youth ages 14 through 17 years old may operate a snowmobile, on lands upon which snowmobiling is allowed, without adult or other supervision if they have completed a snowmobile safety training course recognized by the State of New York. If youth ages 14 through 17 years have not completed the training course, they may operate a snowmobile if accompanied by (within 500 feet of) a person who is at least 18 years of age. Youth ages 10 through 13 may operate a snowmobile, on lands upon which snowmobiling is allowed, if they have completed a snowmobile safety training course recognized by the State of New York and are accompanied by (within 500 feet of) a person who is at least 18 years of age. Children less than 10 years old or less than age 14 without a safety certificate may operate a snowmobile only on lands owned or leased by their parent or guardian. A non-resident operator who is a resident of another state or country and is the holder of a valid snowmobile safety certificate issued by that state or country shall be considered the same as the holder of a New York State Safety Certificate.  

See more at: http://parks.ny.gov/recreation/snowmobiles/education.aspx#sthash.1CvV7XsR.dpuf

 

The Hague Sno-Goers are hosting
their First Annual Christmas Party &
Spaghetti Dinner


on December 13, 2014, at 6:30 PM at
the Hague Fire Department.

All Snow Enthusiasts are Invited.

Bring Your Beverage of Choice.

Please RSVP to haguesnogoers@yahoo.com

Like us on Facebook at Hague Sno-Goers

or

Find us at online at www.haguesno-goers.com

 

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