Sledfilm, the largest film and awards show in the snowmobile industry, moves to two nights for 2014 – November 7 and 8 in Bend, Oregon. Both nights will be dripping with prizes, pro athlete signings and sled action, with almost 1,000 people in attendance. Each night will be its own show, with different films screened from 509, Alpine Assassins, Boondockers, Schooled, Thunderstruck and others. This year features pro athlete Kris "Smasher" Kaltenbacher as master of ceremonies. The GoPro-sponsored amateur contest continues as the longest running amateur snowmobile contest in existence, with the winner receiving a prize from GoPro, the YETI trophy and a chance to be featured in a future Boondockers film.
Polaris continues as the title sponsor, also sponsored by Greg Coen Motor Company, Klim, Monster Energy and over 50 other outstanding partners. Prizes handed out each night include stays at lodges, gear, riding clinics, parts, accessories, etc.
Sledfilm is an amazing show, with Boondockers producer and former record holder Dan Gardiner saying, "Sledfilm is truly a unique event for snowmobilers, there is nothing else like it in the industry right now. From the time the doors open in the evening until the last film of the night, the energy level is high as hundreds of sledder’s take in a lineup of some of the best new snowmobile films. The rider appearances, poster signings, and raffle prizes break up the action and keep the audience fired up. After travelling to a dozen different snow shows and premieres across the U.S. and Canada--for me Sledfilm stands out as the season's most exciting event."
People from all over North America, including Alaska and Canada, attend Sledfilm. Tickets are only $7 for Friday night and $8 for Saturday. Advance purchase is recommended, as the event sells out well before show time each year. Tickets can be purchased at: www.sledfilm.com/tickets