Ski-Doo Freeride 154 For Jumps, Bumps

Published in the December 2017 Issue August 2018 Feature Steve Janes Viewed 1660 time(s)

The 2018 Freeride 154 on the Gen4 platform was designed to power through the deep and steep while still float over the jumps and bumps. It’s not a trail sled with a long track, but rather a mountain sled with a trail ride.

Although our focus is on the Freeride 154, don’t be confused by a second version—the Freeride 154 S-38. These are two different models riding on a 154-inch track.

In the midst of extreme riding, Ski-Doo made the two versions of the 154 to satisfy the two extremes of the riding spectrum—those who where looking for better handling and those who desired better sidehilling. Thus you have the 154 S-38 with an adjustable 38- to 40-inch ski stance with all the rail braces for jumping; and the standard Freeride 154 that features a 35.5- to 37.5-inch ski stance that is a little lighter for carving.

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