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Shorter is Funner

April 17, 2016 |

Ron Jeremy doesn’t go snowmobiling very often. But when he does, he whips out his 174” track and starts ramming it into all the nastiest zones. Of course that’s not true. The guy’s a chubby, senior citizen pornstar. And even though he’d fit right in at the Quartz Creek parking … Read More

Trudeau’s First Report Card and Why Reporters are Bottom-Feeding Scum

March 8, 2016 | 2

It’s been a few months with our new Prime Minister Trudeau; the honeymoon is over so I think it’s time I check up on him. Let the post-honeymoon nagging begin. See how’s he’s doing, you know?   During the marathon election campaign in 2015, Trudeau and the Liberals made 214 … Read More

Road Trip Playlist MSM6

March 3, 2016 |

You can leave for a road trip and forget many things without turning back: toothbrush, maps, gloves and driver’s license. But the one most important thing that must NOT be left behind is a good playlist. Great music can make or break a road trip. I mean, how many times … Read More

Fit for Riding

February 26, 2016 | 5

I need to remember next season that my first ride of the year (on a brand new chassis might I add) shouldn’t be with one of RSMHA’s top racers, Erin Beukelman, and backcountry professional, Shane Kelley. After spending all summer long cross training on my dirtbike on some of Idaho’s … Read More

Ode to the Bail

February 4, 2016 | 2

Bailing is ok. Important even. No, really, it is. Without the torment of bailing we would never experience the euphoria of the make. It takes a certain amount of determination to subject oneself to the embarrassment, pain and ruthlessness of a good bail. All your friends are watching, having a … Read More

Holidays: Bug Humbah

December 28, 2015 |

Or Bah Humbug, whatever, the best part of the holidays is the Canadian Tire catalogue. Drive down to the ‘Tire and pick yourself up an axe (on sale of course, %70 off duh) and chop down your neighbours tree in their front yard. Not the nice hibiscus that prevents them … Read More

Poaching a National Park will get your Pee-Pee slapped by C-Dub

December 12, 2015 | 2

Poaching a park on your snowmobile will not be tolerated and if caught you will be punished to the fullest extent of the law. Here’s what to expect when you get busted:

$25,000 fine

$250,000 fine and jail time for second offenceRead More

What’s in my backpack?

December 9, 2015 | 1

Photo Andrew Munster At the start of the season the first thing you should do is go through your backpack.   When I check my backpack, I make sure I’m able to survive a night on the hill. Sometimes shit happens. To start off my pack I start with a … Read More

El Niño, watching neighbours impale themselves on shovel handles, and enough snow to cover all the dog poop in your yard

December 1, 2015 |

What is El Niño? The Spanish definition is ‘Little Boy’ or Christ Child’. I don’t get it. What I do get is that the meteorological definition is “an irregularly occurring and complex series of climatic changes affecting the equatorial Pacific region.” In a nutshell, it can be explained like this. … Read More

Road Trippin’ Essentials: Smokes, Labatt’s & More Smokes

November 17, 2015 |

I’ll get to the road trippin’ part in a bit, but first hear me out. If you were an alien looking down from space at the building a snowmobile trade show was in, it would probably look like a large birdfeeder but for middle-aged men.     The Saskatchewan show … Read More