Tallying vintage sled results, Keith Mitchell, left. and Sacandaga Snowmobile Club President Dan Looman.
Andy and Wendy Zawilinski, and their First place, custom racer, a1971 Elan Tracer.
Heather Simpson with her second place, mini sled, a1972 Kitty Cat with trophy.
Photos by Carla Kolbe - EDINBURG - On Sunday, The Sacandaga Snowmobile Club held its annual Vintage Ride In at the Old Trail Inn, on North Shore Road in Edinburg to a booming turnout, with dozens of vintage sleds, a cook out, food buffet, and musical entertainment by My Dog Sergeant. This years winter snow conditions allowed for participants and spectators to enjoy their arrival by snow machine with lake and trail access.
The final results, with trophies awarded are as follows:
Best of Show - Jeff Fiore, 1972 John Deere 400
First place, original trail fan - Devin Dimick, 1972 Arctic Cat Lynx
Second place, original trail fan - Jake Zampko, 1977 Olympic
First place, restored Trail Fan - Fred Bleyl, 1968 Sno Jet
Second place, restored Trail Fan - Jeff Fiore, 1972 John Deere 400
First place, mini - David Yonkers , 1969 Sears Scooter
Second place, mini - Heather Simpson, 1972 Kitty Cat
First place, Race/Custom - Wendy Zawilinski, 1971 Elan Tracer
Second place, Race/Custom - Andy Zawilinski, 1972 Olympic
First place, Antique 66 or older - Andy West , 66 Arctic Cat 100
First place, Cutter - Fred Bleyl, 68 Sno Jet Cutter
Second place, Cutter - Devin Dimick, 72 Arctic Cat Cutter
Ron, left, and Andy West of Edinburg with their first place antique entry, a 66 Arctic Cat 100.
A unique vintage sled, in working condition.
Vintage sleds line up Sunday in Edinburg.