Remember the “cold/hot” game you used to play as a kid? You know, you moved from cold to hot the closer you got to the prize.
One of the newer sleds to hit the mountains is the White Litening. But the guys at C&F Race Cars, who build the White Litening snowmobile, really know
The Stealth, a new sled built by Tison, is based around a complete carbon fiber chassis including the bulkhead, tunnel, fuel tank (17.5 gallons), hood
Specialty Sleds builds sleds the old-fashioned way: one at a time and made to order. The Specialty Sleds technicians start with a hand-built bulkhead
It’s hard to argue with success. After years of testing, testing, testing-both the actual machine and consumer interest–the Snow Hawk became reality f
We touched bases with Redline in late summer just to see what the California company was up to.
Racer X Mountain Sleds look suspiciously like Ski-Doos on the outside but the differences between the two go right down to their bones.
The guys at Mountain Magic Snow Machines have been building sleds under 400 pounds for more than 10 years but they’ve never made as many changes as th
Crazy Mtn. Motorsports may be a small Montana sled maker, but most every western rider has heard of its product–the Crazy Mountain Xtreme.
How often have you said, while shivering on a cold slope, “Oh, well, I have thin skin from living in a warm place. I’ll get used to it.”
We asked Cat’s Greg Spaulding to explain why Arctic Cat reversed the flow of coolant on Cat sleds with laydown engines. Here’s his explanation.
The snowmobile industry is notorious for its use of acronyms. There are acronyms for everything from sleds–RMK–to sled parts–RAVE–to companies–SLP.
In the past decade or two, there has been a lot of controversy over SnoWest publisher Steve Janes’ ability to guide snowmobilers into remote areas. In