We take our safety seriously. Club rides are well organized and led by only the most safety conscious members. Respect for fellow snowmobilers. the trail system and private land owners is understood to be a priority by participants on a Kenosha
Sno-Blazer club ride.
When you ride your sled with the Kenosha Sno-Blazers Snowmobile Club, you become part of our family. We want you to be happy with every part of the experience, from when you join the club to when you park your sled after an enjoyable day of club riding. It's the club's goal to make sure every moment of your snowmobiling is safe and done in support of organized Wisconsin snowmobiling .
Snowmobiling can be an extreme adventure, one that many people add to their "bucket lists." When you ride with us, we're helping you accomplish a goal -- whether your goal is snowmobiling with a group who shares a common interest, visiting scenic areas unreachable other than by a snowmobile, or enjoying the sport of snowmobiling without worrying about trip planning or trail maps -- or taking an item off that list. We'll help you to achieve your goal, but we'll never pressure you to do something beyond your comfort zone. It's safe to test your limits with us. We'll help to keep you safe on the trail.
Although snowfall in Southeastern Wisconsin is at times sparse during some winters, Kenosha Sno-Blazer members seek out areas of sufficient snow depth and open groomed trails elsewhere to make numerous out of town rides throughout the snowmobile season. The off-season is additionally filled with many club sponsored outings and events.
The highlight for KSB members is when the club rides united through the Kenosha County trails and traverses our own proudly maintained trail system!
The monthly Sno-Blazer club meetings are held at a convenient location in Somers, Wisconsin at Tina's Somers Inn or at a variety of local restaurants.