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My suggestion would be rent the snowbike. We had a blast on them and if they were legal here, I am pretty confident my wife's sled would be for sale
Snowbikes would be a blast to ride. Here on the icy corners, not sure on that. Would love to try one. ERX in Elk River has them, thought they'd let you ride the track too.
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With my vast experience of one day, I would say I was pleasantly surprised how you could rip down the trail on them. We hung with the sleds on the way back into town after a day in the hills. No doubt wouldn't happen on the open trails of mn farm country, but for NSST type stuff it would be a blast based on what I experienced.
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Are there any recent reports? I see its been warm, how are the trails holding up going in and out of town? Can you still get through town from the hotels to the trails?
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