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The Polaris INDY EVO is a brand-new youth sled—available in 2018—hot on the heels of this year’s release of youth trail sleds from Yamaha and Arctic Cat.
The ability to double effectively on a snowmobile can be a blessing in a few different situations. Here’s how to double on a snowmobile in the mountains.
Although it’s now been six years since the last major platform overhaul of Arctic Cat’s mountain sleds, it would be a lie to suggest that the manufacturer has been resting on its laurels.
Did you know that damage to your sled as a result of a vehicle accident is NOT be covered by vehicle insurance? Only snowmobile insurance…
How well does it work? For starters, Polaris riders continue to rave about their Axys PRO-RMK mountain sleds, even in the face of significant engine technology releases from the three other manufacturers in the last two years.
I read a little bit about the Klim F5 Helmet before I had the chance to try it out for myself for the first time. Klim is known to be a leader in product quality, but they aren’t relying on their brand reputation to push F5 Helmet sales. What Klim …
Two models, the Crow Bar and the CB (Chris Brown) Bar, are completely new for 2018. They are intended as a swap-out stock replacement for Ski-Doo REV Gen4 850 and Polaris AXYS PRO-RMK bars. These bars are 7/8″ diameter throughout, so they don’t require an oversized riser unlike the other CFR handlebars in the lineup.
The 509 Evolve Jacket and Bib use a proprietary weatherproof fabric they call “5TECH”. For maximum mobility, the jacket and bib have been tailored for an aggressive riding posture—they are shaped for the position you’ll be in while riding, not while putting out the vibe at the pump.