Mountain Sledder's Articles

TOBE Vivid Mono Suit Review – Long-Term

The TOBE Vivid uses a two-layer Cordura shell with a Sympatex 45,000 mm, 100% waterproof membrane. Now if that sounds like gobbledygook to you, no worries—we’ve got you covered. A rating of…

Camso Launches EPIC 280 Track for Deep Snow Adventure

Camso has launched a new track specifically for deep snow riders called EPIC 280 that features a unique deep cup lug design for improved traction.

Red Bull Sledhammers Returns to Ski La Reserve on April 6

Following the success of the 2018 debut of Red Bull Sledhammers at Ski La Réserve, the event will return to the ski area on April 6, 2019

2020 YETI SnowMX Snow Bike

Camso aims to bring snow bike enthusiasts to new levels of performance in deep snow terrain with the launch of its 2020 YETI SnowMX system.

Why Spring Check Is so Important This Year If You Want a New Sled

For model year 2020, Polaris, Ski-Doo and Arctic Cat are taking this approach to a new level, with more at stake than ever before. They’re creating scarcity and putting their customers to…

Replacement Cost vs Actual Value – What Do You Get In a Total Loss Claim?

We wanted to find out what happens when a snowmobile owner has a total loss. Is the sled covered for the full replacement cost or just the actual value?

The Revelstoke Golden Rivalry

East Revy? West Golden? Just why does a Revelstoke Golden rivalry exist? Let’s take a look at what both towns have to offer to find out.

Ski-Doo Launching Escape Mountain Video Series

Ski-Doo snowmobiles is launching a video series next fall that puts the challenge of an escape room in the setting of deep snow mountain snowmobiling.

2020 Timbersled RIOT Snow Bike

The 2020 Timbersled RIOT is based on the tried-tested-and-true Timbersled ARO platform, but the rear suspension has been altered to make the snow bike kit perform more like a dirt bike.

Yamaha Will Not Produce a 2020 Mountain Sled in North America

In a continuation of its efforts to clean out non-current dealer inventory, Yamaha will not produce a mountain-specific model for 2020 in North America.