Words cannot describe the great sorrow we feel about the passing of Rob Kincaid. Our deepest condolences go out to the Kincaid family and friends during this very difficult time. He was a big part of the Arctic Cat family and so much more. He will be missed and remembered forever pic.twitter.com/mfWABbUAN8
— Arctic Cat – Snow (@arcticcat_snow) April 4, 2020
— Donnie O’Keefe (@DonnieOK) April 4, 2020
“I’m sitting in a parking lot North of Jackson getting ready to go ride. Because that’s what he would want us to do.”
SledNeck legend Shad Free remembers Victor’s Rob Kincaid, the Arctic Cat snowmobiler who died Friday in an avalanche in Idaho. https://t.co/hQaJFGV5t2
— Chance Cook (@ChanceQCook) April 4, 2020
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R.I.P. @rmr103 With a heavy heart I’m saddened to learn of Rob’s passing in an avalanche today and I’m in disbelief over the news, you were truly an all American hero of mine and I grew up idolizing you. Meeting you at the snow shows all these years ago and it was a dream come true. I can’t put words to the feelings I’m having. May you shred pow in heaven. Many prayers, blessings and our sincerest condolences to your family in these hard times. 📸 @dan_redfield #kincaid #rmr103 #rockymtnrob #unitedweride
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