When the snow isn’t great at home, it’s time to hit the road; and that’s just what the crew in Boondockers Fifteen did. An exceptionally low snow year prompted the Boondocks riders to search for adventure in new locations. And—as usual—they found it.
The number one question I get at shows, dealer opens or on the snow is: “How do I get sponsored to ride my snowmobile?” Well, I hope I can offer some help to athletes looking to work in the snowmobile industry with these 7 Tips on How to Become a Sponsored Snowmobiler.
At a glance, the CKX Nieva One Piece Suit looks very much like many other one-piece suits out there. BUT, it has what I’m convinced is the greatest feature I’ve ever seen on a one-piece—a zipper going from outside of the knee to hip, over the butt and down the other side—a full, zippered butt-flap.
Fernie, BC will play host to the first ever Elk Valley Snow Avalanche Workshop (EVSAW) at Traynor Hall on November 10, 2018. The event welcomes both avalanche professionals and recreationalists for a day of collective discussion and engaging presentations on a variety of winter backcountry topics.
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”. To avoid that disaster, here’s Sledder Slang 101 – Part II.
The Big Four snowmobile manufacturers have come out with their parts and accessories catalogs for 2019, so here’s our take on the top 3 snowmobile accessories available this winter for Ski-Doo, Polaris, Yamaha and Arctic Cat mountain sleds!
SAR Managers frequently dispatch a small initial strike-team to respond rapidly via helicopter, which resolves most responses within a short period of time. This rapid-deployment unit will include an avalanche technician, a medical responder, and an avalanche search dog team or other expertise.
Sledders on social media have inevitably been subject to a barrage of comments along the lines of: ‘Such and such a brand sled sucks.’ Or, ‘Should have bought a [insert brand here].’ Here are 5 reasons why ‘your sled sucks’ comments are lame, and why we should all move on!