He did not say where he saw the signs. Its not a big deal, but does my North Dakota off road tab good for SD? and where can I pick up the sticker?
If the fat tired bicycles are using the trail they also will be required to buy the $20.00 permit? In my opinion they should be restricted to the cross country ski areas. Sorry about the hijack.
I am making the assumption you want to ride a tracked motorcycle conversion on SD snowmobile Trails and you are a ND resident. The SD motorcycle permit is for SD residents only. The only option you have from out of state is to buy the 440 5 day temporary permit. SD law requires for motor vehicles to operate on SD snowmobile trails they need to meet the definition of a snowmobile and licensed as a snowmobile. The Timbersled style conversion on a motorcycle meets the definition of a snowmobile but owners were having problems licensing then as a snowmobile since they are titled as a snowmobile. The SD permit gave SD residents the ability to license them as a snowmobile without changing the title as a motorcycle. If you were able to license your converted motorcycle as a ND resident snowmobile that would work in SD.
I found out where the fat tire snow bike signs were located at. They were posted by the ski club at the Big Hill parking lot. They do not want bicycles on "their" ski trail. I also talked to someone who was thoroughly chewed out by a skier for snowshoeing on the ski trail.