SnoWest March 2014

March 2014


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SnoWest Magazine

March 2014

Volume 41, Number 3

 

Features

14 SnoWest Deep Powder Challenge
We took a number of different riders out, put them on our 800 sleds and took them into the backcountry to see what they think of each machine. They gave us their thoughts, we boiled it all down and here are the results. By Steve Janes

27 In-Depth: Rear Suspensions
Here is a look at the rear suspensions on the mountain 800s and what each one features.

28 A New Generation Of Yamaha Mountain Sleds Is Here
You read that right. After years of waiting, Yamaha has serious new mountains sled for 2015. By Lane Lindstrom

32 2015 Summits: Bold, Yellow And Extra-Long
How long is extra-long? How about 174 inches. That’s a long track and it comes with 3-inch deep lugs. As you might have guessed, that’s one of the major changes for Ski-Doo. By Ryan Harris

40 Trail Segment Gets Facelift
The big news in the Polaris camp this year is the transformation of the company’s trail segment. By Steve Janes

36 Cat Adds M 7000 To Its Mountain Lineup
Arctic Cat has two new sleds for 2015, the M 6000 and M 7000. By Lane Lindstrom


Departments

 6  Face Plants By Ryan Harris

 8  Letters To The Editor

10 Fronts & Forecasts

12 Gear Box

26 Product Review: G-Form Products

26 Advertiser Index

46 Snow Dust

Cover
The new Yamaha Viper M-TX is a breath of fresh air for Big Blue and we couldn’t be more excited. Photo Courtesy of Yamaha



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