• Arctic Cat backs Tucker Hibbert in MX

    November 28, 2008 Feature, Arctic Cat
    Team Arctic is not just for snow anymore. Tucker Hibbert's AMA National Motocross Lites effort will be backed this year by Arctic Cat. Hibbert, who ra
  • 2009 Ski-Doo MX-Z X 600 E-Tec

    November 25, 2008 Sledheads
    Located in the heart of the mountains of Idaho, we spend most of our time on long tracks and big bore sleds. Waist-deep powder riding and climbing mou
  • Elevation 4: Produced by Jeff Aiello Team Summit Productions

    November 25, 2008 Feature
    The 2007-08 riding season brought the Western region some of the best powder riding we've seen in years and the boys from Team Summit had no problem f
  • Lessons Learned

    November 21, 2008 Feature
    It's time to pay homage to a few guys who have taught me the hard lessons of snowmobiling that you just can't learn from a video game. Guys who have t
  • "Tunnel Vision": building a Tunnel

    November 20, 2008 Sledheads
    When it comes to building a great mountain sled, too often snowmobilers overlook one important element that can either make or break a good powder sle
  • Tunnel Vision

    November 20, 2008 Feature
    When it comes to building a great mountain sled, too often snowmobilers overlook one important element that can either make or break a good powder sle
  • 2009 Double X-treme Snowmobile Calendar

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    The 2009 Double X-treme Snowmobile Calendar features tricked out, high performance snowmobiles and top professional swimsuit models from throughout th
  • AP&P Custom Sled Stirs The Juices: Juse creates a beauty for the snow

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue Project Sled
    It really must be time for us to hit the snow. Granted, at this time of year, it doesn't take much for us to get excited about going snowmobiling.
  • Arctiva Gem Women's Gear

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    Take on the trail and look great doing it with Arctiva's Gem snow gear.
  • BRP Celebrates 50 Years Of Ski-Doo Snowmobiles

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue Industry News
    It was 50 years ago that Joseph-Armand Bombardier transformed winter with the introduction of the first Ski-Doo snowmobiles.
  • BRP Modular Helmet

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    While most western riders prefer the open faced motocross style helmets and goggles, there are still some who prefer the warmth and comfort of a good
  • BRP Opens Design & Innovation Centre: Named after CEO Laurent Beaudoin

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue News
    We should all be so lucky. Bombardier Recreational Products has just opened a new $15 million state-of-the-art design and innovation centre where it e
  • Creation Composites TrailTank

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    New for 2008 is the TrailTank model which fits 2008 to present Yamaha FX Nytro MTX, RTX and XTX models.
  • Exclusive SnoWest Travel Guide

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue Feature
    Snowmobiling in the West really boils down to one thing: mountains. While that may sound simplistic, it's those mountains that draw snowmobilers from
  • Impulse Performance

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    Conventional snowmobile turbo builders have always placed the turbocharger in the most convenient location on the snowmobile. However, this is not alw
  • Klim Extreme Bib

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    Redesigned to give you even more comfort and performance, the Extreme Bib should not be overlooked.
  • M Series/Crossfire Tunnel Kits

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    Skinz Protective Gear now offers a tunnel kit for 2005-08 M Series and Crossfire snowmobiles.
  • PowerMadd Power Riser

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    The PowerMadd Power Riser features a one-piece, solid aluminum design for superior strength.
  • Product Review: Making The Job E-Z

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products, Product Tests
    Last winter we picked up a neat little two-place enclosed Triton Trailer.
  • RSI Extended Throttle Cables

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    RSI's Extended Throttle Cables give you the extra length required when raising your handlebars.
  • Russians Anxious To Join ISC

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue News
    During the 2008 International Snowmobile Congress in Boise, ID, last June, several discussions were brought up about the growing popularity of snowmob
  • Stud Boy Shock Covers

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue New Products
    Protect your shocks from the elements while adding a little custom look to your snowmobile or ATV.
  • The Surprising 700 Mountain Class: 2009 lineup still making a name for itself

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue Industry News, Snow Tests
    The old saying, "The more things change, the more they stay the same," certainly applies to the 700 mountain class.
  • Truck Trends: When will it bottom out?

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue News
    We came across some information the other day that really isn't that surprising but it caught us a little off guard nonetheless.
  • Yamaha Nytro Boonie Bumper

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue White Out & Wide Open—The Blog
    This front bumper is very attractive looking and will provide your sled with maximum protection.
  • Your Guide To The Used Sled Market: Which models still hold their value

    November 15, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue Feature Jacob White
    Walk into your local dealer and drive away with a brand new sled in tow for less than $10k: while that's not impossible, it is kind of tough to do.
  • Letters to the Editor

    November 14, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue Column
    Dear Editor...
  • Runnin' On Empty: Zero For Two

    November 14, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue Column LANE LINDSTROM
    I had my own personal winning streak going on. My winning streak covered 11 winters, specifically the springtime of those winters.
  • Crossroads: High Performance Meets Efficiency: 2009 Ski-Doo MX-Z X 600 E-Tec

    November 07, 2008 Feature
    Located in the heart of the mountains of Idaho, we spend most of our time on long tracks and big bore sleds. Waist-deep powder riding and climbing mou
  • Thunderstruck 7: Produced by Digital Dreams Pictures, a Jim Phelan Film

    November 04, 2008 Feature Devin Hess
    Team Thunderstruck combines high horsepower sleds, majestic mountain chutes, fearless riders and the remarkable cinematography of Jim Phelan to once a
  • Zero For Two

    November 02, 2008 Column LANE LINDSTROM
    I had my own personal winning streak going on. My winning streak covered 11 winters, specifically the springtime of those winters.
  • Adjusting Ski Trail

    November 01, 2008 Feature
    Suspension geometry is not a fixed equation, but spindle angle is. You can't adjust a spindle to alter a sled's steering like you can change triple cl
  • Chris Burandt: The End of Boondocking

    November 01, 2008 Sledheads
    What's up SledHeaders! I was just thinking how cool it was that I get to chat with you all about this sport we love so much. But I have to tell you th
  • DVD Review: Boondockers AliVe: A film by Dan Gardiner and Andrew McCarthy

    November 01, 2008 Feature
    When the new sled films start rolling into the office in the late summer, they're met with as much anguish as anticipation. It's not that we don't lov
  • Staff Meeting

    November 01, 2008 Column Steve Janes
    Steve: So, what did you think of my column this month?
  • Yamaha Survey Results: Sledders like cookies, beer

    November 01, 2008 Published in the November 2008 issue Random
    At a Yamaha presentation last winter, the company showed us some interesting information from a web-based survey it took. More than 3,300 registered s