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Here’s what’s new in the 2019 Ski-Doo snowmobile lineup! Engine, technology advances, new models, colours and more new for MY2019 from BRP.
At Naicam School in Saskatchewan, Canada, the vice-principal and students together have created a new mountain snowmobile high school learning experience.
The town of Sicamous, BC will host the 2nd Annual Ripped Snow Festival on February 9th-11th, 2018. The festival features snowmobile and snow bike races…
The current complex snowpack in Interior BC is beginning to show its very ugly teeth, with the potential for large, remotely-triggered avalanches.
For winter athletes, one of the most important events of the year—X Games Aspen 2018—is in the books. It’s an unparalleled opportunity for exposure, and a chance to showcase an athlete’s skill on a international stage. This is especially true for snowmobile and snow bike athletes, who often perform at …
It was shaping up to be a beautiful day. That’s why it sucked when we made the decision to pull the pin and turn around. But it wasn’t just our gut instinct telling us to do so, there were plenty of avalanche warning signs.
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The Polaris INDY EVO is a brand-new youth sled—available in 2018—hot on the heels of this year’s release of youth trail sleds from Yamaha and Arctic Cat.
My first day on snow, November 16 was a deep one, with chest deep snow! Yes, I am short at 5’6″, but that is still pretty damn deep! As they say, “it’s on like Donkey Kong,” here on the Coast. Yes, conditions in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor have been that good!
Camso has issued a DTS 129 recall for its products made in model year 2017 (MY2017). The issue stems from a number of reports of brakes malfunction on the dirt-to-snow bike conversion kit. The pin which secured the brake pads can loosen, causing a crash or impact hazard. No injuries have been reported as a result of the issue.