www.sno-go.org January 16: Cannon Lake – Faribault, MN The Sno-Go Club has been making trails, tracks and snowmobiling memories for families within the Faribault community since 1967 and now grooms and maintains more than 100 miles of trails in the area. Their annual radar run on Cannon Lake is one of their big fundraisers for the year and features some very fast company. Visit www.sno-go.org to learn more about this year’s event. www.fayettesnogoers.com January 23: Blanchardville, WI The Fayette Sno-Goers snowmobile club was established in 1969 and maintain 150 miles of trail in southwestern Wisconsin’s Lafayette County. In addition to their club work, they also hold an annual radar run, with this year being the 23rd rendition. The 800-foot track on Yellowstone Lake is open to snowmobiles, ATVs and UTVs with $100 being awarded for top speed. A live auction and D.J. follow the races and proceeds benefit club trail maintenance. For more information, visit www. fayettesnogoers.com. www.breezypointresorts.com January 9: Pelican Lake - Breezy Point Resort, MN With the Brush Pilots Snowmobile Club playing host to the radar runs, get ready for a day of winter fun with ice fishing, sleigh rides, hot air balloon rides, pond hockey, ice auger contest and fireworks. Visit www.breezypointresorts.com to learn more. www.rvcsnow.com February 13: Neosho, WI Ridge & Valley Cruisers snowmobile club is hosting the 23rd Annual Neosho Cup Snowmobile Races. If ever you’ve had an interest in trying lakecross, this is your chance. In a run-what-ya-brung style, drivers compete on a 2 to 3-mile lake course that features curves, whoops and jumps. The track isn’t plowed so by the end of the day has taken on a character of its own designed to test driver skill more so than sled set-up. There’s radar runs as well. SledderXtra - 19