Tag: Snowpulse

Riding Tip: Cool Your Sled in Spring Conditions

Overheating on the trail is a common problem in springtime. In this video tip, Chris Brown and Rob Alford offer an easy way to quickly cool your sled back to a safe operating…

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…

Sledding in Radium, BC: Catamount Glacier

Words and photos by Tim Grey   Into Another Dimension: Catamount Glacier near Radium, BC   It’s late spring and the 509 team is looking to finish up shooting for their next…

Night Rider: Suns gone, lights on.

Rider: Jeremy Hanke, Revelstoke, BC Photo: Alain Sleigher Sleds come stock with headlights right? What are headlights for? Lighting up the darkness. Even when the sun departs, more riding can go down.…

Chris Burandt And Matt Entz Talk Avalanche Airbags

Shredders Chris and Matt took time out of a May ride to talk about avalanche safety, their airbag of choice and why they like them. Matt talks about wearing a vest-style pack, stating,…

Cody McNolty, on making the most of it

No Snow, No Problem… Checking in with McNolty318. “It’s no secret, winter this past season on the West Coast was less than consistently awesome. A lot of people were bummed out and…

Megan Render’s Winter Woes

On my way home from work I slammed into a deer going full highway speed, and let me tell you that Ford Explorers EXPLODE when you hit things… all I could see…

Cory Davis Season Recap

We had a couple of tough breaks, including a full motor rebuild, a sunk and hydro-locked sled and finally, a race-ending motor failure due to sinking the sled. Definitely not the way…

Jay Mentaberry Avalanche Involvement

As I parked and set my foot on the snow, the whole hillside started to move.