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Early Snow Beats All Of Last Year’s Snow
First Ride? I’m still recovering from the last ride of the season. It was May 10, Wyoming. The snow had receded quite a bit from the ride the week previous. In fact, we couldn’t unload at the same spot
At Home On Water And Snow
The easy and tempting way to describe Craig Warner’s first mountain snowmobiling experience is that he was like a fish out of water.
Freeriding racer style with David McClure
Not all freeriders are racers, but most all racers are freeriders.
Most of you may have heard I was supposed to do the Red Bull: New Year, No Limits event on New Year’s Eve last year. You may have also heard that I crashed while practicing for the jump. I was practicing
The Day It Went Wrong
We had received 10 feet of new snow in a week of February in Whistler and it was going blue. It was forecasted to be minus 10 degrees F and sunny for the next two days so Geoff Kyle and I made a plan
Keeping Up With Kris Kaltenbacher
There are three general types of snowmobilers: the beginner or “newbie,” the intermediate rider and finally, the diehard sledhead. The classifications are not necessarily based on riding skill alone,
I have literally lost count how many times I’ve asked the question, “So can you sidehill on both sides of the sled?” and time after time the answer was always, “Oh yeah, no problem.” A left-hand
Levi LaVallee update
Levi LaVallee has been released from the hospital and is headed home to Minnesota. He will continue his recovery from injuries sustained in an incident during testing for his planned Red Bull: New Year.
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