This is going to be a winter like we remember when we were kids, I can just feel it. We’ve waited for 2 years now, patiently I may add. Quick Note: Membership has gone back to the online form and Paypal routine. So don’t wait until first snow to get this done. Get it out […]
Last year, at this time, I was still riding my motorcycle to work. Happy to say that this year it is much colder and the bike is safely stored away for winter. Summer and Fall trail projects have been abundant and productive. We cleaned up lots of old glass from Tevya’s North Beach, removed tons […]
When all the trails are smoother than ever in Brookline this upcoming winter. Remember to thank Souhegan Valley Motorsports. Their extreme contribution towards our newest drag will be a tremendous help towards our grooming efforts this winter. Thank them by visiting SVM for all your Ski-Doo, Kawasaki, Can-Am, Spyder, and Husqvarna Mx needs.
Like you, I could go on and on about what a disappointing snow year we had. After all, this was a pretty sorry excuse for a winter, and we were all expecting a little more cooperation from Mother Nature. However, I’d like to focus on the club’s accomplishments since last Fall. I’ll remember this winter […]
With a winter like last year the Brookline IceBreakers knew it was essential to purchase new grooming machines and drags for each in order to maintain the trails this year. Our search began and our Trail Administrator, Kevin Majeski, found this gem from the Lake Sunapee Snowmobile Club. With a generous donation from Team Engineering, it was possible for us […]
By Eric McIntyre – Board Member, Groomer I must say I’m amazed every year at the turnouts to our club meetings, trail work days, classes and other events that the Brookline IceBreakers are involved in. We have a simply amazing team of volunteers (yep, 100% volunteer) that not only help keep the Brookline IceBreakers Snowmobile Club […]
On Wednesday November 26th 2014, Southern NH was hit with a rare late fall Nor’Easter. The storm dropped anywhere from 6-12 inches of heavy wet snow. Normally snow equals happy snowmobile enthusiasts, however early season storms like this are not always a good thing. As you probably noticed while traveling to your relative’s houses for […]
Why It’s Important to Join Your Local Snowmobile Clubs Regardless of Snow. Now we know it’s too early to call this year a dud, but it has been a slow start to the season. However, your local snowmobile club volunteers have been extremely busy. Over summer, bridges have been built, trails have been excavated, and […]