5 Things Sledders Should Do Right Now September 23, 2018 | Marty Anderson
The Anatomy of a Search and Rescue Call Out in BC... September 21, 2018 | Nicole Matei
5 Reasons Why “Your Sled Sucks” Comments Have Gotta Go... September 19, 2018 | Patrick Garbutt
Season Edit from NW Montana Crew White Dumpster... September 18, 2018 | Mountain Sledder
Managing Avalanche Terrain September 14, 2018 | Mary Clayton
Once again, BRP has shown its continued efforts to promote avalanche safety for mountain riders by supporting more than 40 free avalanche awareness seminars this fall through its Ski-Doo brand.
The White Gold Webisode series is back on the air after a long summer. And what better way to get things started for Winter 2018-19 than with a segment featuring some RIDICULOUSLY deep snow shots from last winter.
Polaris has partnered with avalanche safety gear manufacturer, PIEPS, to make a Polaris avalanche airbag available to riders. Two new avalanche transceivers from PIEPS will also be available through the Polaris network of dealers.
There is exciting news from Timbersled today, as the company has revealed that it will produce a new 129″ track length option called the Timbersled 129 LE. The new kit will expand the Timbersled ARO lineup, which already includes the Timbersled ARO 120 and 137.
Fall is the time to partake in the annual rituals that help define our sledding culture. It’s time to get stoked for the coming season. The deep snow of winter will be here before we know it!
Life is busy—no matter your situation—and it can be hard to make time. But once you commit to training your body and mind, the quality of your ride experience will become exponentially better. Sled season preparation is key.
In the fourth instalment of the snow bike film series, Trax Domination takes us around the globe to witness the current standing of the sport and its best athletes. While the film focuses on the athletes and their part in the worldwide growth of the sport, we also get to see why it’s catching on like wildfire.
Within every sport there evolves a lingo, and mountain sledding is no exception. To the inexperienced ear, sledder slang may sound like pure gibberish. But knowing these words and phrases is important. Use a term the wrong way and you can easily be identified as a “newb”.
That giant fireball in the sky is attempting to burn the skin off of your body. You’re shorthanded at work, trying to cover for everyone’s vacations. The snowpack is at a season low. This can only mean one thing: We are in the middle of two months of the worst snowmobiling of the year. Here’s why summer sledding sucks.