I finally got my bike back on her wheels. First a broken rear shock and then a broken throttle slide plate had her laid up for a couple of months. It takes a while for parts to get here. I made up for lost time this past long weekend, 3 solid days of riding through the mountains. We still have lots of snow but the temperature is climbing near zero so there's lots of soft spots. These pics aren't great quality since I ripped them from my helmet cam footage. The dark spot in the upper right corner is the peak of my helmet. They also don't have nearly the color of TORTURE's stuff but draw some palm trees in with your green crayon and you can hardly tell the difference. We headed down Baffin Bay a bit... and then worked our way inland into the mountains Didn't make it to the top the first time But eventually got there Found a few soft spots along the way This was a tough one I had to stomp the snow down a bit but she finally climbed through it Had to take a Sno-cone break after that one Headed back to the Bay and found a bit of water along the way Cruising on the Bay is pretty boring unless you find a bit of buried treasure. I was cruising along nice and relaxed headed for home when I found a pressure ridge hidden under the snow. The sleds and 4 wheelers floated right over it but I hit it like a concrete curb. The front end bottomed out and then shot up and instantly the rear hit it, slammed the front back onto the ice and my seat slapped me in the a$$ and tried to shoot me up over the bars. The camera blacked out a bit from the impact but I got a couple of good shots. I sailed along up there for a few seconds but didn't go right over and managed to land back down on the seat All in all it was great to get back on the trails again.