The N. E. W. Low Buck Vintage Riders—-Vintage Fun For All Ages!
We’re NOT Cheap! We’re Low Buck.
NOTE! The December 1, 2016 meeting will begin at 6:00 pm, not 7:00 pm as was stated in the newsletter.
Sorry if this caused any confusion.
Save this date: 2016 N.E.W. Low Buck Vintage Riders 13th Annual Show & Swap on December 3rd at the Gateway in Crivitz.
Follow this link to “Digital Crayon Print Shop” for a selection of NEWLBVR clothing. Click on “On Line Store”. T’Shirts, sweatshirts and other items. You order right from them, pay them directly and the club will get a rebate for items sold. Take a look and if you don’t see what you want, please contact Ray Diers at 715-302-0797 to ask about other items that may be available.
This message is for those of us who also have “Modern Sleds” (newer than 35 years) wishing to purchase the discounted Trail Pass available to all current club members and current AWSC members. NOTE!!! There is a separate registration in place for sleds that are 35 years and older. No Trail Pass is required for sleds 35 years and older. We’ll share more on that type of registration in a future update.
Snowmobilers, please remember that the Wisconsin Trail Pass is an annual thing. You must display a current Trail Pass to legally ride the Wisconsin trails. You need to purchase a new Trail Pass each year. They are only good for 1 year. This season’s Trail Pass will be blue in color. As a current member of the Dun-Good Riders and a current member of the AWSC, you qualify to purchase the Trail Pass at a discount. Discounted Trail Passes cost $10 p/sled. You can order your Trail Pass through the AWSC web site, www.awsc.org. The Trail Pass will be mailed to you from the state, not the AWSC office. They can be ordered, using a credit card, through the AWSC web site or by calling the AWSC office at 800-232-4108. You can also mail a check along with an order form to the AWSC office. The order form can be found on the website and in the September 2016 issue of the Wisconsin Snowmobile News (sent to all current AWSC members). Make sure you include all of the required information or the form will be returned to you. You will need your AWSC membership number that can be found on your yellow AWSC membership card or on the address label from the Wisconsin Snowmobile News. You will also need the registration numbers for each sled your are getting a Trail Pass for. If you are unsure of your membership number or if you need more information, please contact the club’s membership chair at firstname.lastname@example.org. A new provision developed with the DNR will provide you with a receipt for the discounted Trail Pass that will be available to use for up to three weeks until you receive your sticker in the mail. You will be able to print that receipt when you order the Trail Pass through the AWSC website. But please, let us try to answer your questions before you contact the AWSC office. They are VERY busy at this time of the year and may not have the information you need.
CLUB OFFICERS: President, Jeff (Auto Lube) Schwaller 715-927-5160 email@example.com Vice President, Bear (Shortstrokes) Schwaller 715-889-1225 Secretary/Treasurer, Patti (Miss Starfire) Mullarky 715-324-6020 firstname.lastname@example.org (contact person regarding memberships, newsletters, web site & Face Book input)