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Have you ever seen this sign or the actual lights on the snowmobiles? It’s a great safety feature for yourself and family.

How they work: You install an amber and green led light on the left side of your sled in an area oncoming traffic can see them. If you are the leader and subsequent riders you turn on the amber light. This alerts the oncoming traffic that there are additional sleds to follow. The last rider in your group turns on the green light to alert the oncoming traffic that they are the last rider in that group. The safety part of these lights now you don’t have to take your hands off of the handle bars to signal how many are behind you, keeping you hands on the hand bars at all times and keeping the riders on both side safe and in control of their own sleds at all times.

Follow the link and check it out for yourself and see if that’s a safety measure for you and your family to use to keep everyone safe!

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SAFETY CLASSES

If you were born on or after Jan. 1, 1985, and are at least age 12, you must on Wisconsin public snowmobile trails and areas. DNR recreational safety specialists recommend snowmobile operators complete a safety course.

Please sign up on the WI DNR Go Wild website:  https://goldwild.wi.gov. Once on the home page for your child on the Go Wild website, scroll down to safety education and click on “Student Dashboard”.  Walk your way through signing up for the class

Scholarship opportunities available

For more information, see the Scholarship page


For Snowmobile Club Breakfasts, Alliance Meetings, and other snowmobiling events. Check out the Calendar of Events page


To join a Club, Check the Clubs page for Contact
information.


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Check the Trail Conditions page.


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