(ED—Suspension on today’s snowmobiles have been sophisticated units over the past half-dozen or so years. There’s no doubt that suspensions today of
(ED—We received the following letter to the editor early last winter … it didn’t take much to convince us to ask the letter’s writer, Karri Parisi, to
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Part 1 of 3 series on Island Park, ID. Anyone who spends a week snowmobiling in Island Park, ID, and says he has seen all it has to of
In 1984, Yamaha released a sled that would become the benchmark for snowmobiles in the western market. The PZ 480—later named the Phazer—was a complet
Polaris: The leading star on the handle of the Little Dipper, which is also known as the North Star.
It was 1994 and western riders finally had a purpose-built snowmobile for the West’s deep powder and steep terrain. Oh, snowmobiles had been around fo
Just like people, snowmobiles are basically descendants of past generations. And from generation to generation, although there are significant differe
It’s almost comical to look back at the early days of snowmobiling and think about the sleds we used to ride.
Sway bars are trendy. Back in the mid 90s, they were a hot topic. Riders all across the West were drilling out rivets and pulling out the sway bars on
So there was an abundance of snow most everywhere in the West last season and that bodes well for snowmobile sales, right?
I’ve decided over the past three or four years that I really don’t mind driving, especially when it comes to my job. I do a fair bit of driving over t