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My buddy and I went on our first trail ride in the snow in the wolverines yesterday. These things are a blast in the snow. We were both amazed at how well they handle and climb up icy slippery hills. We're Jeepers and they Jeeps can be quite awkward on snow and ice especially if the axles are locked up. I will say though.......snowmobilers are A-holes, and we were totally on trails we are allowed to be on.




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Most of ours isn't we do have some designated ORV Routes that are open to basically all vehicles year around. The sledders still think they own those too. States may have to change their thinking. UTV sales blowing past snowmobile sales
 

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We can run quads on the trails in the winter but not SXS because the trails are shared with snowmobiles. Been a lot of talk about allowing SXS on the trails in the winter lately because they figure SXS use of trails on a yearly basis is 3:1 compared to sleds.
 

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We can run quads on the trails in the winter but not SXS because the trails are shared with snowmobiles. Been a lot of talk about allowing SXS on the trails in the winter lately because they figure SXS use of trails on a yearly basis is 3:1 compared to sleds.
SxS's are allowed anywhere ATVS are allowed unless otherwise posted. Up in my neck of the woods I can drive my wolverine on any of the trail systems accept trails by the Bayfield area.
 
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