Entries by tpenni290@gmail.com

Plea for Volunteers

Hello BMD Members, Families and Friends, The Blow-Me-Down Snowriders have continuously provided snowmobile trails in Plainfield and Cornish for over 50 years with the help of the gracious landowners and numerous volunteers whom have given countless hours to everyone’s benefit.  One of the most crucial attributes to the success over these years has been the […]

Cancelled – Poker Run 2/26/22

The decision has been made to cancel the Poker Run planned for Saturday, 2/26/2022.    This was not an easy decision to make.  Even if we get significant snowfall on Friday, 2/25/2022, there will undoubtedly still be open waterways throughout our trail system. A gathering will be planned for early Summer at the warming hut.

Trails Closed for Ice and Water

Important Notice:   As a result of the heavy rains, P397 from Cutler Road onto Trues Brook Road in Plainfield is impassable due to significant ice chunks. At this time, riders are asked to refrain from utilizing any of our trail system due to excessive water and ice.    

WORK PARTY SATURDAY 11/6/2021

WORK PARTY SATURDAY 11/6/2021 Please join us for a work party on Saturday, November 6th to help widen and re-plank two vital bridges on the Talbert Falls Trail. Widening of these bridges will allow any of our groomers to maintain this trail. The plan is to meet around 9am at the top of Croydon Turnpike. […]

Next Club Meeting 4/13/21

Good Evening BMD Members: It seems like it’s been an eternity since we’ve met as a group; but with the COVID-19 restrictions slowly being lifted,  it’s looking like there is light at the end of the tunnel, I hope you were able to get out on the trails and truly enjoy the sport this past […]

Club Ride and BBQ February 13th!

The Blow-Me-Down (BMD) Snowriders have scheduled a club ride and BBQ on Saturday, February 13, 2021. The plan is to depart from the BMD warming on Goodwin Road (a class VI road) around 9AM on 2/13/2021. The ride, led by John Berry, Trail Administrator, will showcase our local trail system; returning to the BMD warming […]