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Timbersled Mountian Horse Snow Bike?

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Old 04-01-2011
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Default Timbersled Mountian Horse Snow Bike?

Anyone on here have one?

http://www.timbersled.com/snowbikeinfo.htm
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It's neat to see another company like Timbersled making these, but at $5000 it's a bit steep. Especially if you consider getting a new bike which would cost near $5000. You're spending almost as much as getting a new sled.
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BUT... It wont sit in the Quilting shed all spring summer and fall, just some of the parts will.
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I got a kick out of their Dolly Kit, almost $500 so you can easily move your snow bike around in the summer......or just take the kit off and make it back into a dirtbike for free lol
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I the world with $700 helmet buyers, whats $500 for a dolly!
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Quote:
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It's neat to see another company like Timbersled making these, but at $5000 it's a bit steep. Especially if you consider getting a new bike which would cost near $5000. You're spending almost as much as getting a new sled.
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New bikes run about 8000, give or take a little.
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Hey Everyone,
First a big thanks you to Allen from Timbers led for bringing over the bikes, and for all the people who rode last weekend. I must say, snow biking is the most fun I've ever had on the snow. We all try to explain it, but you need a good full day on one to really understand the excitement!!!
I am and have been a Timber led dealer for a few years now and look forward to the snow bike future. Allen and his staff provide the best working and designed back country snow products available.
As a dealer, I am committed to providing my customers with the best service and product support possible. I will also install and tune your Timbers led products with you. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you get your Mountain Horse on the Mountain!!!
Send me a "pm" or call anytime with questions, Thank you
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I know Allen.
He's a good guy and he builds good products.
I used to see him every week at the pre-season sled shows in all of the various cities.
This looks like a really cool set up.
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