Polaris Industries in Roseau, Minn., has added 400 employees since April. And the manufacturer of recreational vehicles isn’t done hiring yet.
Plymouth, Minn. – The most dominant team in USCC cross-country racing in 2010 has joined the Drift Racing team for 2011. Christian Bros. Racing of Fer
As you read this, fall is in the air, meaning it is time for an update on the 2010-11 winter season in Yellowstone National Park. Perhaps contrary to
Thief River Falls, Minn. – A new 141 mph world speed record with a stock sled on asphalt was set by Team Arctic’s Billy Howard at Empire Dragway in Le
Butte, Mont. - Three environmental groups have filed a federal lawsuit contesting a U.S. Forest Service plan allowing snowmobiles to use more than two
Winnipeg, MB- Garry Querel announced he has signed another multi-year deal with Ski-Doo.
Thousands of off-road enthusiasts in Utah rallied on the capitol steps after parading down Main Street in Salt Lake City last month.
Sherbrooke-based Camoplast, a family-owned maker of tires, wheels and rubber-track assemblies for snowmobiles, ATVs and farm and construction vehicles
The Triangle C Ranch, located outside of Dubois, WY, recently announced it is re-opening for winter business and that definitely includes snowmobiling
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - St. Cloud, MN-based Warnert Racing has announced the signing of Foremost Insurance Group as the presenting sponsor of its Ski-Doo
Thief River Falls, Minn. – The official start to winter took place this past weekend at the largest snowmobile event in the world—Haydays. In the mids
MISSOULA, Mont. - As winter comes, wildlife advocates are mounting what has become a yearly crusade against motorized recreational vehicles in Nationa
See the attached PDF for the complete release.
There was some good news and bad news that surfaced during the Yamaha model year 2011 sneak peek in mid-January. The good news is that Yamaha is still
It was tough finding snow early this year, but we found it. It was in the trees that littered a technical set of canyons in western Wyoming’s Salt Ri
Well, here at SnoWest, we ended up batting about .500 on what we thought Ski-Doo was going to unveil for the mountains for model year 2011. We were s
Arctic Cat is still riding high on the wave of success from its 2010 M8 Sno Pro and it’s not ready to come down or even make any waves. The Thief Riv
The 2010-2011 AMSOIL Championship Snocross Series will consist of eight national points races, with an exciting combination of multi-day events, and o
The official start to winter took place this past weekend at the Haydays snowmobile event in Thief River Falls, MN. In the midst of an iconic wedding
St. Cloud, Minnesota-based Warnert Racing announced the signing of Foremost Insurance Group as the presenting sponsor of its Ski-Doo Snocross and Can-
Yamaha announced at a press conference today at Hay Days exclusive power options for 2011 Yamaha Nytro MTX models.
RSI Racing and Slednecks Team Manager Paul Thacker just inked an exclusive sponsorship agreement to use RSI handlebar systems for the 2010-11 season.
Sometimes we snowmobilers are our own worst enemies. Maybe that’s a little strong so, at the very least, we don’t help our cause much when we have the
The official SLDNX 13 teaser. Copies can be pre-ordered at http://shop.slednecks.com/.
Tread Lightly! will hold its biggest-ever Annual Tread Lightly! Charity Auction on eBay Nov. 1-11, with more than 200 products donated from more than
Haslett, Mich. - The members of the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association, Arctic Cat, BRP, Polaris, and Yamaha, announced at the Interna
Minneapolis - Arctic Cat recently announced that the company entered into an agreement with TCF Commercial Finance Canada, Inc., in which TCF becomes
A company that has adapted snowmobiles to travel over sand has just passed a summer trial with the UAE Armed Forces and is marketing its vehicle as a
Line them up, drop the flag and see which one takes the checkered. Sounds simple. Nice clean contest. No subjectivity. You have one winner and the re
We need to clarify something we wrote in the September issue of SnoWest [“Peering Into A Snowmobile’s Heart,” September, 2010, page 18].