ALWAYS CROSS RAILROAD TRACKS AS SQUARE AS POSSIBLE, NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAVE FOR CARBIDES
This most asked question warrants it's own space on the left menu so everyone is sure to see it. Let's get something straight, railroad tracks suck. Even when you hit them at 90 degrees, things can fetch up. We all know someone it's happened to.
We do not believe that crossing railroad tracks properly (90 degrees with caution or a wheelie) is any more of a problem with SnowTrackers as it is with conventional carbides. As you can see above, when the center carbide blade makes contact, the 2 outside blades do not make contact with the rail.
Below: Here is a buddies traditional runner after he hit a railroad track. Probably the poor condition of the ski had something to do with the damage.