Gear | Mountain Sledder Magazine
It’s no secret that moving weight from your body onto your sled is one of the best ways to enhance your riding experience. You’ll feel stronger, more in control and get less tired. But for that, you’ll need good snowmobile storage options on your sled. There are a lot of different offerings out there from the OEMs and other aftermarket accessories brands.
BRP Press Release 2018 Ski-doo summit/Freeride driveline updates and 2017 belt durability improvements BRP strives to offer Ski-Doo owners the best product performance, reliability and durability. For Model Year 2018 BRP has already announced changes to Ski-Doo REV Gen4 snowmobiles proven to improve drive belt durability, these are recapped below. …
DSG Outerwear, a women-only brand of snowmobile outerwear and clothing, is on the hunt for passionate female riders for new sponsorship and ambassador programs. Three different levels of sponsorship will be available for next winter (2017/2018). The brand aims to accommodate as many women as possible through their programs.
This past weekend, BRP welcomed nearly 3,000 Can-Am Spyder owners and guests from around the globe to its headquarters in Valcourt, Quebec, for a Can-Am Spyder 10th Anniversary Homecoming Event. It marked the largest single gathering of owners in the history of the brand, which launched in 2007.
Leading avalanche safety equipment manufacturer, Backcountry Access (BCA), has been purchased by New York private equity firm, Kohlberg & Co.
Backcountry Access is well known in the mountain snowmobile market for its avalanche safety tools, including shovels, probes, transceivers and avalanche airbags.
It’s not every day that you are offered the opportunity to get seat time on a pre-production sled. So when Mountain Sledder had the chance to ride the 2018 Ski-Doo Summit 165″ and 175″ sleds (of which there are only a handful in existence), naturally we jumped at the opportunity.
Here’s our take on the new 175″ and 165″ Ski-Doo Summit X Gen4 Rev 850 sleds.
Sometimes the potential in a sled is more important than its actual accomplishments, and if you have enough potential you could win an MLT or “Most Likely To” award. The winners of our categories have gone above and beyond in proving their valuable worth to the snowmobiling community with what they are Most Likely To accomplish.
Riders benefit from being able to quickly adjust their ride between a playfully light and agile set-up, to a more connected one where the track approach angle gets much more gradual and the skis don’t lift as easily.