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White Dumpster has been publishing sledding video content on YouTube since 2016, and they’ve recently released their 2018 season edit entitled, We Out Here. The footage follows the gang as they shred some of the very deep snow that was present in Winter 2018-19.
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.
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.
BRP has officially announced some updates which will appear on MY2019 Summit and Freeride sleds. Also, a Warranty Bulletin 2018-10 has been issued to help customers with REV Gen4 snowmobiles that experienced premature belt failure with assistance in resolving any issues.
Elka Suspension has come up with an alternative rear shock kit design that eliminates the need for stock torsion springs in the stock Ski-Doo Summit suspension. It’s their coil-over conversion kit, and it utilizes their Stage 4 or Stage 5 coil-over shock, along with a linkage component.
Many sledders are already familiar with SPOT, which is best known for its S.O.S. personal locator device, the SPOT Gen 3. Well, the company has recently released SPOT X—a new, 2-way satellite messenger device. We were lucky enough to have the chance to try one out early on. So here’s our SPOT X review!