• The Geoff Phatty Dyer Interview: The Geoff Phatty Dyer Interview

    January 20, 2009 Sledheads
    You probably know Phatty from his starring roles in the Boondockers and Elevation film series, but he is also one of the coolest guys in the industry
  • Is Dyke Moris an Endangered Species?: Nope, just "unique"

    January 15, 2009 Sledheads LANE LINDSTROM
    Dyke Morris is what we would probably label "unique." Don't read anything into that label. It's not a weird kind of "unique," but simply a one-of-a-ki
  • Picking The Right snowmobile For The Rider: Mountain fan class is just right for some

    January 10, 2009 Feature LANE LINDSTROM
    In most everything we do we start out small and go big-it seems like the natural thing to do. Yet, in the snowmobile biz, sometimes beginning sledders
  • 8 Pounds Of Air: Black Diamond's BDX Black Boxx intake sheds the weight

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue Feature
    It's a given that if you're a serious mountain rider, you're going to take a look at most any product that drops weight off of your sled. But how ofte
  • Attitude Industries Closed Loop System

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    There is a new generation of Attitude Fuel controller.
  • Bluhm Enterprises 5-Inch LED Taillight Kit

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    The LED 5-inch LED taillight from Bluhm Enterprises is all-new to provide a larger taillight option for powersports enthusiasts who are looking for a
  • Buddy Tow

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    Stories of sledders breaking down on the trail and in the backcountry were the inspiration for the development of the Buddy Tow.
  • Enjoying Our National Parks On A Snowmobile: It's possible in a dozen parks, monuments

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue News
    When it comes to snowmobiling in America's national parks, it seems the only news we hear these days is bad news and that is usually about Yellowstone
  • Fantom EFI Controller

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    Fantom Engineering has released the Fantom EFI Fuel Controller that is a load-based system with custom programming, eliminating the problems of the pa
  • Foremost Insurance Partners With Outdoor Ethics Organization

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue White Out & Wide Open—The Blog
    Leading specialty insurer Foremost Insurance recently announced its Bronze Sponsor relationship with Tread Lightly!, a non-profit organization dedicat
  • GP QRS Belt Deflection Adjuster

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    Goodwin Performance has developed a much-improved belt deflection adjuster for the QRS Driven clutch.
  • HMK Predator Pullover

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    The Predator Pullover is a waterproof, windproof, breathable, full-zip, heavy-duty cordura jacket.
  • JT Sports Lightweight Vent Panels

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    Increase airflow while adding a custom look to your snowmobile.
  • Klim Tomahawk Parka

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    The Tomahawk Parka is known as the do-all parka. Still, Klim wanted it to do more, so it added Two-layer Technology and Aggressive Patterning to make
  • New C Helix For ACT

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    Some 2009 Arctic Cat two-stroke models have the electronic reverse system and require a notch in the ramp for the reverse.
  • Pace America Acquires Cargo Express: Pace's first acquisition

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue News
    Pace American recently announced that it has officially completed its acquisition of Bristol, IN-based J&L Cargo Express.
  • People, Parts, & Passion

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue Feature
    We have almost as much fun watching people as we do looking at snowmobiles and snowmobile parts at snow shows-almost.
  • Picking The Right Snowmobile For The Rider: Mountain fan class is just right for some

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue Snow Tests LANE LINDSTROM
    In most everything we do we start out small and go big-it seems like the natural thing to do.
  • Polaris Aluminum Seat Support

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    Skinz Protective Gear is offering a lightweight and easy-to-install aluminum seat support. It looks great (custom upgrade) and requires no modificatio
  • Push Turbo

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    Push Turbo is a manufacturer of state-of-the-art lightweight turbo kits.
  • Scott USA Moves Into New Digs: Gives company room to spread out

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue News
    The only way you might know that Scott USA has moved into new offices in Idaho's Sun Valley area is if you knew their old address, went to it and foun
  • Ski-Doo XP Upper A-arm Brace Kit

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    This is a new kit to strengthen the weak upper A-arm rear mounting point on the new XP chassis.
  • Snowmobiling in Sun Valley

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue Travel
    Sun Valley is perhaps the most famous place in all of Idaho-and yet probably the last place on just about every snowmobiler's riding radar.
  • Speedwerx Works To Clarify Product Name

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue Industry News
    Speedwerx had announced one of its new lightweight muffler products as the Powder Pro Lightweight Muffler. Speedwerx then realized that this name was
  • Syntek Engine Boost 2.0

    January 07, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue New Products
    The time is now for a proven fuel treatment product.
  • Letters to the Editor

    January 06, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue Column
    Dear Editor...
  • Runnin' On Empty: Things I Would Love To Hear

    January 06, 2009 Published in the January 2009 issue Column LANE LINDSTROM
    Here are some things I'm guessing I won't hear during my lifetime-although it would be nice if I did.
  • No Snow, No Problem

    January 05, 2009 Sledheads LANE LINDSTROM
    If we were to ask 10 sledders what they say the downside is to snowmobiling, nine of them would say, "We can't ride year-round."
  • Building the Ultimate IQ: Mountain Mod Mania's Project Polaris

    January 02, 2009 Sledheads
    With the advent of turbocharged two-strokes coming on the market, now was the time to try one out for one of our project sleds to be featured in Mount
  • Things I Would Love To Hear

    January 02, 2009 Column LANE LINDSTROM
    Here are some things I'm guessing I won't hear during my lifetime-although it would be nice if I did.
  • Change. Why?: Phazer is back for another season of riding

    January 01, 2009 Feature
    The more things change, the more things stay the same. And in today's changing times, it's great to have something constant that you know is reliable,
  • Chris Burandt: j & l Train's top 10

    January 01, 2009 Sledheads
    Last year in a column I wrote the top 10 reasons why I love snowmobiling. It was a fun article to write and I decided it would be cool to hear from yo