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Alright, so there were plenty of new products to see at the 2018 Polaris Showroom Event. For 2018, Polaris put a lot of effort into the brands under its ownership, and there were a couple of new snowmobile models to boot
So with minimal hype, and minimal clamouring for new product, it stands to reason that in 2018 Polaris would stick to the script. It’s good for the company to make back some of the massive costs of developing the platform while continuing to pump out a high-quality product that it’s loyal customers continue to rave about.
Arctic Cat dealers from across North America gathered in Minnesota last night to check out the latest product offerings in the Arctic Cat 2018 lineup. Here’s out behind-the-scenes look at the event. Behind-the-Scenes: Arctic Cat 2018 Reveal Mountain Cat The biggest draw for dealers of mountain sleds had …
After 50 years of manufacturing snowmobiles, Yamaha plans for the future with its re-release of the 2018 SnoScoot youth snowmobile.
As a mountain sledder who loves riding and is also fiercely dedicated to avalanche education, I am absolutely intrigued as to why mountain sledders make the decisions they do, and what we can do to ensure everyone comes home at the end of the day.
Curious riders want to dig deeper to find out more about technical developments, product improvements and ride characteristics. Ski-Doo went live the day after the release with a 30-minute long Q&A from the public about all of these things and more.
What else was cool? Oh yeah, this new 175″ Summit model. The big boy of the Summit lineup finally made it into a G4 850 outfit, and is looking mighty handsome. And you know what they say about 175″ right? It’s one more than 174″. True story.