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I'll have to agree, the wolfsnout works great. I haven't had a chance to use it in my RZR, but was scraping out my pond this weekend that is just a big dirt bowl. And for the first hour I wasn't using anything and was getting stuffed up due to being a little allergic to dust. I then went inside and grabbed the wolfsnout I had bought for the rzr and wore it the rest of the afternoon and never had to smell or eat dust again, and I was covered in dust by the end of the day.

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Ye I use them to cut grass and use the blower. Lot more fun to use them riding in the fine red clay dust here in GA.

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These things are great if you have allergies. I finally picked one up Sat and couldn't believe the difference it made. no more sinus headache after a day of riding.
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I just ordered 3 for the family.....I'll let you know how they handle Death Valley Dust!

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Vegas to Reno Race Report

I ride a Can Am but am a fan of the offroad community in general and wanted to give props to Tim at Wolfsnout in my Vegas to Reno race write up:

We arrived in Vegas on Wednesday in the late afternoon and basically just settled in.
The next day came and we got registered and made it through tech inspection with no problems. We then attended the racers meeting at 6pm where there were about 2000 people in attendance. In the meeting they were covering any last minute changes to the course along with the standard info and then we got out around 7:30. From here it got interesting. The starting line was nearly 3 hours away from Vegas, so we drove 2 hours from Vegas and stayed in some poe dunk town where when I was asking the hotel employee on directions she actually said “then turn left at the brothel and we are right behind there” Haha! We got to bed around 10:30pm and had to get up at 4am to drive another hour to the starting line and be in staging by 5:15am. Ironmanning will be tough enough as it is let alone having to deal with short sleep. The reason for the starting line being so far away from Vegas is BLM says that somewhere outside of Vegas and between the start line is turtle mating season or something and they don’t want vehicles going through there.
So I left the start line around 6:45am. Bikes all left first in 30 sec intervals and then quads then utvs. I drew first starting position of 3 in my quad amateur ironman class and 4 vehicles behind me were the utv’s. I did not want to get passed by those guys for the dust is already bad enough and they throw it up good. The course was headed straight into the rising sun and adding the silt dust to it made it real difficult to see and pass at this point. I was eventually able to reel in a few quads and some slow dirt bike riders before the first pit at mile marker 33. I wasn’t scheduled to stop at pit 1 but rather pit 2. After pit 2 I was reeled in by a UTV that was absolutely flying! He eventually won his class and was applauded for his ridiculously awesome finish time at the racers banquet. I was able to reel in some UTV’s that had passed me while in pit 2 and the track was very high speed at this point. My chase team said they weren’t waiting to long for me at the scheduled pits of 2,3,4 and 5. Around section 4 I noticed my high temp light was on. I slowed my pace a bit till I could get to the next pit to check it out. We thought it was maybe a clogged pre-filter and it was dirty so we pulled that and I continued on. We were not lighting fast in the pits for I wasn’t sure how the can am would respond to constant high rpms. So we checked oil and went over the bike fairly thorough because you know…I’ll be pushing snow with this baby in the winter and it’s not an all out race machine. I also had a rattle that we were trying to figure out as well as trying to figure out the high temp issues in later pits because that did not go away. I was in limp mode 80% of the day. It was 116 degrees out. I never shut the bike off other than one time during limp mode and when I started it it was giving me the limited RPM’s so I stopped and reset the battery. I had made it to pit 6 where I wasn’t scheduled to stop and as I entered the first buggy caught me! It was around race mile 225. I couldn’t believe it. Already?! After he pitted at 6 he shortly thereafter caught me and so did 2 others. Roger Norman was the third truck to pass me. (the guy that I talked to at TGIF) he started 18th and was already in third. Unreal fast. Then all of a sudden the can am stalled out from high temps. I pulled over and pulled off the side plastics and seat and let it cool while laying in the shaded side of the quad catching a little rest. I was laying down on my back and would put the “thumbs up” signal in the air to oncoming trophy trucks letting them know I was ok as they honked going by. Haha! 30 mins later I was back in business and had zip tied my side fenders to the back to allow more airflow and rolled on. I pulled into pit 7 and told the pit chase what had happened and we swapped filters but by this time I knew this was not the problem. The quad overheated 2 more times and I lost probably 2 hours total. In the meantime more trucks and buggies were passing me and doing something to the course that I for some reason did not expect. My rookie self was told that Vegas to Reno was high speed fire roads and I had always thought that was some type of compact dirt road but came to find that it was basically graded sand with no base and once the trucks hit it it was basically 2 ft rutted out. No more doing 70 mph. Now it became and mental and physical battle like no other. I basically had to put the left tires into the left rut and let it do whatever it wanted to to the bike with the middle of the frame basically snowplowing sand and silt along with basketball size boulders now turned up in the course and literally launching the front of the quad into the air as I hit them with no other alternative. My pace slowed to 18-30mph at this point and I was worried for the trucks coming up on me doing 120mph was a concern. There was a slight breeze and when it was a cross wind I felt more comfortable for the dust trail blew off to the side behind me so they could see me but when I was headed either directly into or away from the wind I was pretty darn nervous. Huge dust trails that would leave me a sitting duck. I would go a ways then a gut feeling always told me to get off the trail and scan and I was usually right. There would be a truck coming and he was basically flying blind off only his gps through the dust. I would wait for the dust to clear. Shut off the bike (if I wasn’t in limp mode) and listen for any others coming then I would race till I had another gut feeling. It was more challenging when I was in limp mode because I couldn’t turn off the bike and listen. As I would go through each pit the truck pit crew members would cheer me on for they knew the challenge I was facing with the rutted up course. Spectators on the course were also cheering me on and pointing behind me if they saw a truck coming. It really gave me energy to see them cheering me on. I came up on a racer in the middle of the course flagging people to slow down and when I got through the dust I could see why. It was roger Norman and his trophy truck was on its roof all messed up! He had done a high speed roll or something. I have it on my GoPro and once I edit the 15 plus hours of footage I will post that. At pit 10 we put on the light bar around 7pm. and I said goodbye to my pits guys for 4 pits. I wasn’t scheduled to see them till pit 14. There were 15 total pits. Nightfall came and I was relieved because I could now see when the trucks were coming with their lights and all. I was in great pain, especially my throttle thumb. I could barely feel it. I still can’t days later! Haha! I was running on total adrenaline at this point. I arrived at pit 14 at 12:30am and missed the check point closing time by 1 hour. The pit captain put his arm out as I approached him and was signaling me to stop! I did and he told me it’s over. I’m done. Casey, the chairman of Best in the Desert, radioed and said all bikes, quads, and utv’s still on the course are done. It was race mile 482 at this point. I was rung out. I told the guy that I came all the way from Ohio basically and I wasn’t going home without a finish. I told him I just came through 300 miles of rutted hell and I was 70 miles from the finish and I wasn’t stopping. My chase guys already had the ramps ready for me to load up for they thought that it was over as the captain said. I told him that I may have missed the closing check time but I was continuing and that I knew I could make it to the finish before the overall closing time. I said you can disqualify me if you want but I’m finishing and he said let me radio the chief and see. I didn’t wait for that to happen. I took off! Haha! My pit team was jumping for joy and pulling for me as I left the pit. At this point they were scheduled to head to the finish. Section 14 was fortunately fairly high speed packed roads and I came up on a town where the race course goes straight through downtown where all the shops are. At the racers meeting we were told that we would be going through a small town where the towns speed limit was 30mph. The town’s mayor said we don’t want the racers going 30 through here. We want them to pin it and the faster the better! Haha! I was pinned at 1am flying by the shops, gas station and fire dept and all the fireman cheered me on sitting in their chairs outside with their dalmation. I came up on a large cratered hole where you drop down into and at the bottom it’s all silt. I went down into the crater and hit the silt so hard it tidal waved over the front of the quad and for a split second it was pitch black! All my lights were blanketed by it. (On a side not I do want to say that the WOLFSNOUT kept all dust and silt out of my nose and mouth. I did get a little hot but lets face it…it was 116 degrees out! But for normal temp riding conditions it would be fine. When I didn’t need the filtration I was able to take it out and put it back it with ease doing 70mph. The strap with the clip on it attached to the wolfsnout kept it close by for easy grabbing and reinstallation. Also, there were no issues when it came to my drink system when I had it on. A must for all types of riding. See Tim at wolfsnout.com) Back to the crater….in the crater were 3 trophy trucks stuck and they were all watching me on my little ATV as I pressed through it, by them, and up and out of the crater. You should of saw their faces! They were like…what tha? It was priceless. I then get to Pit 15 and again I run into the stopping arm of the pit captain and he said that I missed the closing time by 15 mins. and your done. I told him about the rutted hell and the overheating and how I had made up 45 mins towards the closing times in one pit section. I said I have to continue because my chase team is at the finish line. He said alright….so I heard you were coming from pit 14 and I heard you helped a buggy change a tire earlier in the race, which I did, and he said he radioed the chairman Casey and Casey said that if I wanted to continue I could but I needed to be warned. The pit captain told me that I’m about to go through the hardest section of the course. There were only 40 miles left but 25 of them were a mountain climb of nothing but boulders. He said racers machines can break here or fatigue will get you and racers have been known to spend the night on the race trail side because it’s so brutal. I kind of laughed it off because I just came through 300 miles of 2 ft ruts and boulders. He let me go. He was right! It was the toughest part. I was doing 7mphs through some of it and it was an endless climb. I had no feeling in my thumb and could barely prod forward. I eventually got to the top and could see the town in the valley where the finish line was and began my decent. I came around a corner and saw a single seater buggy half off a ledge. He was stuck. I stopped and he said he had come around the corner a little hot and there wasn’t much keeping that thing from tumbling down the mountain side. I asked him what time it was and he said 2:45am. To be considered an official finisher I needed to finish by 3:45 a.m. I said perfect! I have an hour to finish and I will help you out. We were eventually able to get him out and I made it to the finish in 20 hours and 32 mins. 22 minutes before the deadline! I did what I set out to do and that was to finish. Casey was at the finish line to greet me and he had heard of the great support I had provided to other teams throughout my journey and it felt great! I came in second only finishing 50 mins behind the first place finisher. I was the 20th overall ironman finisher of 32 total which included bikes and quads. I was the last of the official finishers for the others were DNF’s (did not finish). At the awards banquet that evening I got called up for a plaque for which I was not expecting and Casey gave me the mic to tell my story for about a min or so and I said thanks to Carson Hinds of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance and Ryan Waters for helping pit for me in this adventure in front of a few thousands people. Another race team on a similar machine as mine had 3 riders on his team and they finished in 13 hours and didn’t get caught by a truck until after pit 14 where it was pretty much all packed roads anyway so they never had any ruts to deal with. It was a major difference. The sections I was doing 18-30mph in from ruts…they were doing 70 plus because it was smooth for them. That taught me a lot and I learned so much from this experience and I have been bitten by the bug! Other then the overheating issues, the Can Am was flawless. I had zero flats with the dirt commander tires. My pit guys said quads where coming in with flats left and right all day so I felt good. After the banquet dinner a team that took first in expert quad came up to me and said that there was no way they could if ironmanned that course and it made me feel awesome! 552 miles! The United States longest off-road desert race! I will be back next year and much wiser. Thanks for all that encouraged and followed me. I would like to thank ADS Motorsports in Ogden, Vent Racing, Big O Tires in Layton, Wolfsnout.com, Teresa Forsberg with ASEA, and Integral IT Services for their sponsored help.
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I just ordered 3 for the family.....I'll let you know how they handle Death Valley Dust!
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Thanks Brian! Congratulations on your second place finish! Job well done! You should be extremely proud of yourself as any iron man finish in this race is an amazing accomplishment. I know we are extremely proud that the Wolfsnouts played a small part in helping you make the the mark. I hope we will be riding with you from now on.


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I came up on a large cratered hole where you drop down into and at the bottom it’s all silt. I went down into the crater and hit the silt so hard it tidal waved over the front of the quad and for a split second it was pitch black! All my lights were blanketed by it. (On a side not I do want to say that the WOLFSNOUT kept all dust and silt out of my nose and mouth. I did get a little hot but lets face it…it was 116 degrees out! But for normal temp riding conditions it would be fine. When I didn’t need the filtration I was able to take it out and put it back it with ease doing 70mph. The strap with the clip on it attached to the wolfsnout kept it close by for easy grabbing and reinstallation. Also, there were no issues when it came to my drink system when I had it on. A must for all types of riding.

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Thanks Brian! Congratulations on your second place finish! Job well done! You should be extremely proud of yourself as any iron man finish in this race is an amazing accomplishment. I know we are extremely proud that the Wolfsnouts played a small part in helping you make the the mark. I hope we will be riding with you from now on.


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I came up on a large cratered hole where you drop down into and at the bottom it’s all silt. I went down into the crater and hit the silt so hard it tidal waved over the front of the quad and for a split second it was pitch black! All my lights were blanketed by it. (On a side not I do want to say that the WOLFSNOUT kept all dust and silt out of my nose and mouth. I did get a little hot but lets face it…it was 116 degrees out! But for normal temp riding conditions it would be fine. When I didn’t need the filtration I was able to take it out and put it back it with ease doing 70mph. The strap with the clip on it attached to the wolfsnout kept it close by for easy grabbing and reinstallation. Also, there were no issues when it came to my drink system when I had it on. A must for all types of riding.
That's one of the coolest things about the pro race series. You can take it in and out on the run. I don't recommend doing it at 70 mph though.

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Ye I use them to cut grass and use the blower. Lot more fun to use them riding in the fine red clay dust here in GA.
Great idea.. Always use them while riding but never thought of that. I can't stand the constant sneezing while mowing.



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Ye I use them to cut grass and use the blower. Lot more fun to use them riding in the fine red clay dust here in GA.
Great idea.. Always use them while riding but never thought of that. I can't stand the constant sneezing while mowing.
My son in law has a landscaping business and they use the all sport all the time. he says they are much cooler than paper masks.

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Ok so I was at the UTV Rally Raid last weekend talking to some of the racers.
I met several guys that already use Wolfsnouts, some had never heard of it and a few people that said they had seen it on line and thought it was simply a few pieces of foam. When they held it they were surprised to find it had a molded in frame and there was more to it than they thought. They were impressed with them once they saw it. I thought I would post a little more on that subject.


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