Timbersled ARO Snow Bike Lineup Expands With Addition Of New Timbersled ARO 129 LE

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Snow bikers now have more choices of industry-leading Timbersled ARO snow bike systems with the introduction of the new Timbersled ARO 129 LE, which gives riders all the great benefits of the ARO 120 with 12 percent more flotation.

The Timbersled ARO 120 is widely recognized as the ultimate do-everything snow bike, and the new Timbersled ARO 129 LE shares many of its features—with a new rail and 129 hyfax, new extended side panels and a new 129 Traverse Track that is instrumental in the system’s 12 percent greater flotation.

The Timbersled ARO family offers riders a full line of snow bike systems, with an ARO kit that’s just right for each type of rider. Along with the Timbersled ARO 120 and the new Timbersled ARO 129 LE, there’s the Timbersled ARO 137 for the deepest snow and steepest climbs.

Each Timbersled ARO system features a durable, proven, state-of-the-art platform design, that delivers a true bolt-on design making them the easiest to install and convert. They provide the best handling on- and off-trail, giving riders the ultimate deep snow agility and climbing capabilities along with confidence-inspiring trail handling and cornering.

Key elements of the ARO systems that make them the industry’s best-handling snow bikes include:

  • A 1:1 ski-to-track ratio for the most precise cornering and best sidehilling control.
  • Direct Bolt-On System with no required bike modifications
  • The Traverse Track for improved trail handling and deep snow lift
  • High strength aluminum frame to make it Timbersled Tough

The ARO Rear Suspension features an advanced design that mimics the feel of a dirt bike with a track approach angle optimized to improve lift in deep snow. It delivers 30 percent more front track shock travel and 2 inches more overall suspension travel than the previous Timbersled chassis. The exclusive ARO shielded brake system reduces ice buildup and provides improved, consistent on-snow performance.

The ARO system is the easiest to convert because it’s a direct bolt-on system with no bike modifications required. With the bolt-on spindle there’s no need to drill, the brakes are pre-bled, and there’s no air box modification required. Once installed, the direct bolt-on suspension is easy to tune to suit a rider’s preferences.

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