Membership

Membership is only $30 per year.

  • Includes Byron Snow Bears & MnUSA memberships.

We have around over 70 "family" memberships.
  • Therefore, a true head count is difficult due to growing and changing family dynamics.
  • I guess you could figure an average 3 people per family in you wanted, which our be around 210 family members.

Meetings

Come out as a guest if you'd like to know more about the Byron Snow Bears.

  • Our meetings are open to the public.
  • When: Year around meetings the 2nd Thursday of each month
  • Where: Byron American Legion, located on the south frontage road of Highway 14, west of the traffic lights.
  • Social Hour: 7:00PM
  • Meeting Begins: 7:30PM

Snow Bears Maintain 43 miles of trail

  • 30 miles of grant-in-aid trail that runs from Oronoco in the north, south and west to Byron, then south near Stewartville.
  • 13 miles of the Douglas Trail snowmobile trail from Pine Island to the head of the Douglas Trail in Rochester.

Events

  • We coordinate and host the annual Great Southern MN Grass Drag Swap & Vintage Show.
  • Raise money & donate to many other areas of need annually.

MnUSA membership & benefits

  • Protect and preserve the sport of snowmobiling in Minnesota.
  • Supporting dedicated local clubs who volunteer their time and effort to maintain and groom over 18,000 miles of trails.
  • Snowmobile representation at governmental agencies statewide.
  • Insurance benefits including $3,000 accidental death/dismemberment insurance for your entire family.
  • Insurance discounts on home, family and all vehicles.
  • Full time professional lobbyist to protect your sport.
  • Full time office staff that only works on snowmobile related issues locally, state and nation wide!
  • Discounts at participating businesses throughout the State.
  • Subscription to Minnesota Snowmobiling magazine.
  • FREE classified ads on MnUSA's web site.
  • Annual trail guide Destinations.
  • Official membership card and decals.
  • MnUSA provides support on adult and youth safety training. Many instructors are MnUSA volunteers.
  • Informative web site. http://mnsnowmobiler.org/index.php