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The off-road vehicle prohibition in BC that has plagued recreational vehicle enthusiasts from months now has been lifted. Off-road vehicle use is once again permitted on crown land in areas throughout the Cariboo Fire Centre, Kamloops Fire Centre and Southeast Fire Centre. However, it should be noted that some area restrictions are still in effect on Crown land in the vicinity of large wildfires in those areas. Also, campfire bans are still in place throughout much of BC.
Polaris Industries released its new 600R snocross sled upon the world this past week at Haydays. But why would mountain riders care about that? Here’s why: oftentimes new technology on the manufacturers’ flagship racers will trickle down to our favourite mountain maulers. Enter the new (to sleds at least) Walker Evans Velocity shocks. …
Dirt bike riders seeking to enjoy their vehicle year round will be able to add Camso’s dirt-to-snow bike conversion system, the Camso DTS 129, to Yamaha’s WR450F™.
The iPhone 8 does bring a few new features to the table that will help sledders capture better sledding footage, so it’s worth taking a look at what’s new.
TRIO is compatible with all snow bike kits as long as the ARO spindle and ski are used. It also attaches to most brands of dirt bikes. The system retails for $899.99 and requires an install kit depending on bike type. It will be available at Timbersled dealers and online in September.
Polaris has announced a number of upgrades to MY2018 sleds, including several noteworthy 800 H.O. Cleanfire Engine updates and well as a few key updates.
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.