Tag: Dave Norona

7 Tips on How to Become a Sponsored Snowmobiler

The number one question I get at shows, dealer opens or on the snow is: “How do I get sponsored to ride my snowmobile?” Well, I hope I can offer some help to…

Don’t Be Left Behind – Get Fit for Winter

Winter is just around the corner. Whether you have been working all summer to earn some playtime, or just sitting in the wakesurf boat swilling beers, it’s time to pony up and…

Tailgate Alaska – The Ultimate Grass Roots Event

It's all about the people! That's what makes Tailgate Alaska feel like a grass roots event, even though it does exhibit all the earmarks of a professionally-organized event. Each evening, riders return…

Sled Ski and Snowboard 101: Tips For Sled-Accessed Skiing and Snowboarding

Many of today's full-blown mountain sledders started out using snowmobiles for sled ski and snowboard access. Here are some sled ski and snowboarding tips.

Riding the Icefields of British Columbia and That Feeling You Get

For me, spring means hitting the vast icefields of British Columbia on my sled. These are some of the most beautiful places on the planet. The landscape is so incredibly breathtaking that it…

Deep POW Conditions in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor

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…

Avalanche Canada: Throttle Decisions Video Series

Avalanche Canada has produced an eight-part avalanche awareness video aimed at mountain sledders, named Throttle Decisions. The video series comes in response to the realization that there are two types of mountain sledders…

Alberta Snowmobile and Powersports Show Recap

It was big. It was shiny. It was the Alberta Snowmobile and Powersports Show (ASPS) in Edmonton in all its glory.   The 2016 trade show was much like those of years…

EarthX Lithium Batteries

Have you been wanting a lighter battery for your machine powersport machine?

New From SLYDOG

Slydog is no new kid on the block.  They have been around for years now in both the trail and the big mountain scene.