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    Cold Storage: Why You Should Rack ‘Em Up Over Winter

    ‘Tis the season to start preparing for the cold, dreary off-season. For those in the warmer, Southern latitudes, this is a foreign subject, so we’ll have to do a little explaining. As the seasons change from Summer to Fall, and the leaves turn from vibrant ambers and ochers and collect on the ground, so concludes ideal riding conditions for so many in the northern states.

    Apart from bundling up into full suits or even clunky dry suits, with face masks and headgear to keep your nose and ears from frostbite, the majority of personal watercraft owners retire their seaworthy craft for a fair chunk of the calendar year (all the while you suntanned, smiling jerks in Florida, California and Arizona keep riding all year ’round). It’s climatic trade between rotating through four seasons for exorbitant housing costs.

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