For all of us guys riding go fast machines (and I am part of that group at times) please do not spin your track in the middle of the trail, especially a groomed trail. Trails are groomed so that people moving from on place to another, especially those pulling heavy freight sleds, can do so comfortably and quickly with a minimum of body and equipment damage. Spinning your track starts a process that ends up with moguls in the trail and given the natural tendency for a trail to get rough in the first place from normal terrain features and drifting snow, the process doesn't need any help. After all, if trails stayed naturally smooth we wouldn't have to groom them, right?
So again, please do not spin your track in the trail. This also means don't try to jump or wheelie off every little bump in the trail, that just makes the bumps bigger and bigger, moguls again. We have the whole state to wheelie and jump and spin our tracks, so lets try to keep it off the trail.
Thank you and have a great day, what a winter. powder is fantastic.