It’s all about the people! That’s what makes Tailgate Alaska feel like a grass roots event, even though it does exhibit all the earmarks of a professionally-organized event. Each evening, riders return back to base with awesome stories, photos and—most importantly—huge smiles from the day.
“I put my all into this competition with the firm intention of winning,” said Max Taillefer, the winner of Red Bull Sledhammers 2018.
What better way to show off some new iron than to invite a bunch of snowmobile enthusiasts, head up one of the best mountain snowmobiling zones on earth and give everyone in sight a chance to rip around? That’s what made Yamafest 2019 so much fun and why the event is still going strong, 16 years after its inception.
If you find yourself regularly suffering from cold sweats, uncontrollable shaking or an agitated state leading you to constantly peer at your phone for weather and social media updates, then there is a high probability that you suffer from FOMO.
Forty-four riders came, conquered and celebrated the inaugural Riley Suhan Invitational backcountry race event this past weekend. Here are the results.
You have a relaxing weekend planned with your wife when the phone rings and a voice says, “Hey, you want to come down and try out the new Polaris 850 RMK?” What do you do?
If you’re anything like me, you drop everything, ditch your plans and leave tire marks in the driveway. After all, it’s not every day you get an offer to put some miles on a sled that isn’t even in production yet.
Many of today’s full-blown mountain sledders started out using snowmobiles for sled ski and snowboard access. Here are some sled ski and snowboarding tips.
Snowmobile enthusiasts will once again flock to Revelstoke for Yamaha’s annual event. Yamafest 2019 takes place April 7, 2018 at Boulder Mountain near Revelstoke, BC.