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Andrew Goldsworthy
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PROFILE

NAME: Andrew Goldsworthy
DOB: February 5, 1973
Location: Port Rexton, NL, and currently living in Torbay, NL
Riding Experience: 34 years
Current Ride:  2017 Polaris Axys RMK 155 and 2017 Polaris Axys SKS 155

ABOUT

As a kid, my passion was always snowmobiling. As a bigger kid, my passion is still snowmobiling. I am a positive person. I am enthusiastic about life and challenges, both in my personal and business worlds. My wife Shannon and three kids; Jack, Alaina and Kate are my world. Their understanding in the winter months is admirable…but as the kids get older, I am excited about introducing them to a sport I love to share, snowmobiling.

RIDING STYLE

As I have gotten older, I have concluded that technical riding will keep me on the hill or in the trees for a long time.  Riding with the Professor (Bret Rasmussen) helped me understand that.  However, getting first tracks on a favorite slope really gets me pumped and I still like laying down a good challenge to the younger riders around me.

SPONSORS

Motorfist, Skinz Protective Gear, Cheetah Factory Racing, Munster Finger Throttles, Frankensled, Race Rubber, Sledworthy Magazine, Central Service Racing (St. George’s, NL) – North America’s oldest Skidoo dealership, Polaris Industries.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS / CREDENTIALS

  • Started Sledworthy Magazine in 2005 (Atlantic Cdn’s Snowmobile Magazine) and Managing Partner/publisher since.
  • Partner in Sledcore (Atlantic Cdn’s First Ride Clinic Operators) – Ride Cln Instructor
  • Snowmobile Guide – Backcountry Tours

POWDER or SPRING CORN?

First choice would be powder, but spring corn with the warmer and longer days is a close second.

WHAT’S IN YOUR KIT?

  • Garmin 650 GPS
  • Canon D60
  • Globalstar Satellite phone
  • Shovel, Beacon & Probe
  • First Aid Kit
  • Saw
  • Knives
  • Extra Batteries
  • Duct tape
  • Electrical tape
  • Ty-wraps & rabbit wire
  • Tow rope
  • Wrenches & Sockets
  • Vise Grips
  • Waterproof Matches & a lighter
  • Extra Balaclava’s
  • Extra Gloves
  • Extra Goggles
  • Extra food and fluids.