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Mountain Sledder Magazine | October 26, 2016

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Night Rider: Suns gone, lights on.

September 30, 2016 |

Rider: Jeremy Hanke, Revelstoke, BC Photo: Alain Sleigher Sleds come stock with headlights right? What are headlights for? Lighting up the darkness. Even when the sun departs, more riding can go down. As sledding style grows and re-invents itself every season, the filmer and photographer follow with their own style … Read More

Chit Chatter with Morgan Gamache

September 26, 2016 |

Photos: Julie Ann Chapman   Morgan Gamache is a sledder through and through. He started when he was five, bought his first sled at sixteen and now in his late twenties, he leads the charge as one of the best in the game. He’s been starring in sled media since … Read More


September 25, 2016 |

On March 14, 2016 mountain sledding lost one of its brightest stars. Already a legend, the Krazy Canadian, Dan Davidoff was known for his wild antics on a snowmobile far and wide. But in the aftermath of the tragedy of his passing, a light has been shone on the off-snow … Read More

Snowmobile Best Trick Returns to the X Games in Aspen 2017

September 22, 2016 |

X Games returns to Aspen, Colorado’s Buttermilk Mountain from January 26-29 and Snowmobile Best Trick is back in the lineup for the first time since 2013. Snow Bike racing will be a newly introduced discipline. Daniel Bodin won Best Trick Gold in 2013. His Indian air backflip set the bar, not so much … Read More

Glacier Camping via Steel Powder Ponies

September 22, 2016 |

Photos and text by Colin Wallace Pushing further back into the mountains means carrying more gear; reliable gear that better not let you down. When you’re selecting gear to spend the night there are two rules to follow: cotton kills and light is right. Last spring I spent a couple … Read More

SledGolden Clean Up

September 18, 2016 |

When the snow disappears, the garbage doesn’t. In fact, it stays exactly where you left it. Until someone else picks it up. The logistics for collecting trash left in sledding zones are a nightmare and are expensive. Not to single anyone out (I actually am), but the 2015/2016 “Huge Loser … Read More

Free Series from Munster Films coming October 2016!

September 16, 2016 |

Munster Films will be releasing the first episode of our series in October 2016, and will continue to release more throughout the season. A group of locals from Whistler BC have been working on this production and are aiming to bring quality films to the snowmobile community. The film project is a … Read More

BC Snowmobile Clubs Unite

September 11, 2016 |

On April 25th 2015, the Association of British Columbia Snowmobile Clubs (ABC) voted to dissolve their society and gift their assets to the British Columbia Snowmobile Federation (BCSF).    This effectively ended a nine-year run where two governing bodies of snowmobile clubs existed and often competed with each other on … Read More

509 Volume 11 Film Premiere

September 8, 2016 |

“Volume 11 is unquestionably our best snowmobile film to date.” -509 Films We can’t be more excited about this!  509, a five time Sled Film Festival winner for best snowmobile motion picture is now back with a high octane thrill ride. Produced by Mike Reeve, David McKinney and Tom Delanoy, … Read More

Quartz Creek Cabin Renovation

August 28, 2016 |

Big things happened last summer in Quartz Creek near Golden BC, as the Golden Snowmobile Club’s day-use cabin saw a large renovation. The GSC, which successfully applied for a grant from the Columbia Basin Trust to renovate the cabin, hired a contractor to do significant fixing and upgrading to several … Read More

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