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It seems for years with us that it was all about the fastest speed on the flatest stretch of trail and getting stuck was a sign of silliness usually.Now its the deep powder and how slow can you go in the powder and getting stuck is usually a sign of going in the deepest snow or beating your buds highmark, are we getting older or looking for a new adrenaline fix?
 
 
 

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I think its a sign of wanting to play more. I know for myself (I have a zrt800) that playing in the deep powder is almost more fun than going 100+mph from point A to point B.
 

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Imo, nothing beats playing in the powder. Beats the rush of doing 110 down the lake. Its just awesome
 

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I love deep powder,the snow pouring over the hood in to your face etc also when you fall off you just lay there and laugh instead of growning in pain.
 

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I've never been a speed junkie.  The sled for me is more of a means for getting back into places to enjoy the scenery.  I get a machine much over 50 mph, and I start getting a bit nervous.  Maybe it's due to my relative inexperience, but the concept of 100mph plus on something where your only true "attachment" to it is your grip on the handlebars just doesn't seem like a very good idea to me.  
 

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LadyK, since there is no way we are getting older  
we must be enjoying our sport better. Since I don't have a corvette that can do 0-60 in 3.5 sec. i'll be satisified with a sled that can do that. Speed heals all old wounds. Beats Viagra.
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