Whenever you are out riding and you hear what sounds like a sled running a turbo, your mind immediately starts to wonder what having that kind of power would be like.
September 05, 2008
The 2009’s Are Here
What’s new on the hottest 2009 snowmobiles? That’s too much info to list in one magazine. We’ve taken a closer look at a few of the sleds that freeriders are more likely to be interested in. What’s new? Take a look.
September 04, 2008
Both as a current franchise (Ski-Doo) dealer and consumer who has roots in motocross, I have always been interested in suspensions. Much can be written or said about a smooth or properly functioning suspension. With any manufactured product that covers a wide range of applications, there will always be consumers who will need (or want) to customize, pretty much regardless of what that product is.
August 10, 2008
Before the hoopla, the pages of detailed product information and the data overload that comes from riding all the new 2004 models, the SnoWest test riders took the time to write down their initial impressions of each of the new models as they rode them.
August 09, 2008
2009 Polaris 800 RMK Assault
Whether it's a segment within a segment, or a whole new way to look at snowmobiling, the 2009 Polaris RMK Assault is a forward step in the evolution of high-performance, quality-suspended snowmobiles.
March 20, 2008
Yamaha Motor spotted a hole in its lineup—not a big, gaping hole, mind you, but more of a niche the company felt it could go after more market share.
March 15, 2008
Lean And Clean
So, when you’re No. 1, what do you do to not lose that coveted—and lucrative—spot?
March 13, 2008
The Train Keeps Rolling
If you thought Ski-Doo would sit back and take a breather after launching one of the biggest lineup changes in recent snowmobile history, you might want to think again.
March 12, 2008
2009 Arctic Cat Ms
What do you do to the oldest chassis in the mountain segment? Take a tip from Hollywood: get a makeover. The 2009 Arctic Cat M-series mountain sleds are among the freshest models in the mountain segment. The M8 and M1000 have gone through a laundry list of changes, resulting in a claimed 22-pound weight reduction and a marked improvement in deep snow agility.
March 11, 2008
A Grand Experience
The thing that drove Grand Lake’s earliest settlers away—a long, cold, snowy winter—is the very thing that attracts snowmobilers to this hideaway tucked way back in the rugged mountains in northcentral Colorado.
March 10, 2008
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