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Mountain Sledder Magazine | July 25, 2017

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Buying a Used Sled — Do’s and Don’ts

August 18, 2016 |

Most guys don’t go out and buy a brand new F-350 Super Duty for their first set of wheels. It’s usually more like a rusty Madza 323 with a leaky gas tank, or some other P.O.S. with hardly any brakes and even less chick magnetism.   The same holds true … Read More

Getting Grabby: Grab Seat Build

June 5, 2016 |

Straight airs have been dead for over a decade in every other action sport. Moto, skiing and snowboarding, mountain biking; watch a video from any of these sports and you’ll see almost every air is tricked or styled out with a grab. From the freestyle ramps and terrain parks, these … Read More

Style Never Dies

May 22, 2016 |

The new school of riders are building on the style that the pioneers started, continuing their art of expression and taking it further than before.Read More

Breaking Your Mold

April 28, 2016 | 1

Progression is defined as a movement or development toward a destination or a more advanced state, which for most sledders this movement is something we all strive for.  Whether it’s something like breaking free from the path to create our own line or mastering that awe-inspiring whip, these movements push … Read More

10 Commandments of Sledding Style

April 24, 2016 |

The Lord said to Moses, “Come up to me on the mountain and stay here, and I will give you the tablets of stone with the law and commandments I have written for their instruction.”  – Exodus 24:12   … Or something like that. Some of the names and events … Read More

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

How to Build a Backcountry Jump

March 20, 2016 |

A lot of things come with instructions, like IKEA furniture and those cheap pre-made meals from the frozen food section. Jumps, however, don’t come with instructions. Building hits is an art so there’s no single right way to build one, but there are a lot of wrong ways. Here are some … 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

Fit for Riding 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 … Read More