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    Default Braaap Squad

    Team braaap Squad is looking for new members for the 17-18 year, we ask that you respect land owners. We also ask that if you wave to groomer operators on the trails that we respect them to very much! We here at braaap Squad trail racing team also respect other riders on the trails so we can have the safest ride yet. We do perhaps require some things such as bikeman mountain cans, backpacks, and Mohawks. Must be a skidoo because we ride them with class unlike them popo, cat oh and also yamicat owners they don't know what class is. We have reasons for the requirements and yes it's more then just being cool. The mountain can is for when you are behind them slower folks on the trail you just juice er up in the rpm range to let them folks know your about to blow by them with out giving them a heart attack. Backpacks are for the depends we throw to the older or slower riders because you know they are ****ting when we pass through. The Mohawk is another classy item just like the sled you ride if your in the braaap Squad. We would just like to thank y'all again and to have a safe season this year keep er pinned lady's and gentlemen!!🤘🏼✊🏼


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    ^^^^ Intelligence at it's finest !! ^^^^^

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    Type of person you wanna run off the trail with your polaris for being a moron n losing trails bc of your stupid exhaust and your sled looks like a dumb duck lol
    2006 Polaris fusion
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    You fergetted to mention that Squat Members don't need to join a club, join NYSSA, register sleds, volunteer for club efforts, pay for insurance, stay on marked trail, ride sitting down, stop at road crossings, maintain speed limits, wait for trails to open, ride sober, and many other benefits. There is also an insurance policy that will pay 17% of their expenses when "$hit happens" and they will be featured prominently in news releases.

    PLUS they get a neato patch to put on their multicolored branded outfits
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polarizer View Post
    You fergetted to mention that Squad Members don't need to join a club, join NYSSA, register sleds, volunteer for club efforts, pay for insurance, stay on marked trail, ride sitting down, stop at road crossings, maintain speed limits, wait for trails to open, ride sober, and many other benefits. There is also an insurance policy that will pay 17% of their expenses when "$hit happens" and they will be featured prominently in news releases.

    PLUS they get a neato patch to put on their multicolored branded outfits
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    We do not respect people like that and if any of them In our club are like that or get caught in the act they will be terminated immediately and yes they will get their patch ripped off the flashy fxr jackets we wear. We don't require joining a club for many reasons(mainly because we are the only club they have to be in) but if they come to us we got heavy equipment we let them use for building bridges or doing trail work that a groomer tractor couldn't do. thank you polarizer for your comment we are very happy to be here to answer any of talks questions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braaap Squad View Post
    We do not respect people like that and if any of them In our club are like that or get caught in the act they will be terminated immediately and yes they will get their patch ripped off the flashy fxr jackets we wear. We don't require joining a club for many reasons(mainly because we are the only club they have to be in) but if they come to us we got heavy equipment we let them use for building bridges or doing trail work that a groomer tractor couldn't do. thank you polarizer for your comment we are very happy to be here to answer any of talks questions!
    Ohhhhh ... k

    Do you have a big ceremony for the patch ripping?
    Kind of like being "branded" ?????
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKmJPnAGUJk

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    Default Oh boy

    Love the satire... Is that a Polaris on your FB site....lol Long way from PA.

    https://www.facebook.com/braapsquad/
    Last edited by justkicn; 4 Weeks Ago at 11:35 AM.
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    I see there r 2 smart ppl in your group. 2 assaults not all ugly ducks
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    Quote Originally Posted by justkicn View Post
    Love the satire... Is that a Polaris on your FB site....lol Long way from PA.

    https://www.facebook.com/braapsquad/
    Sorry justkicn that Facebook page is not ours. They apprently don't braaap hard enough they only braap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braaap Squad View Post
    Sorry justkicn that Facebook page is not ours. They apprently don't braaap hard enough they only braap.
    I see you are from Scranton. Perhaps you guys should get that train John Oliver made for you and add that into your branding campaign.
    Despite what you read on this site, we are in the Golden Age of Snowmobiling.
    Our trails are in good to excellent condition 90% + of the time.
    Our clubs are, for the most part, well-run by dedicated volunteers and leadership.
    Grooming is pretty consistent across the State.
    Your sled is likely the most comfortable, reliable and fuel efficient snowmobile you've ever owned.

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