Tag: Summit

2019 Ski-Doo Summit SP 600R – The Little Summit That Could

The Ski-Doo Summit SP 600R is no toy. Sure, it’s a fun sled; but it’s made for people who want to take mountain riding seriously.

Ski-Doo Belt Life Updates for REV Gen4 MY2019 Sleds and Older Models

BRP has officially announced some Ski-Doo belt life updates which will appear on MY2019 Summit and Freeride sleds, and the details are here.

Elka Suspension Releases Coil-Over Conversion Kit for Ski-Doo Summit

Elka Suspension has come up with an alternative rear shock kit design that eliminates the need for stock torsion springs in the stock Ski-Doo Summit suspension. It's their coil-over conversion kit, and…

Ski-Doo Belt Life Updates for MY2019 Mountain Sleds – Summit, Freeride

Director of Ski-Doo Engineering Dominic Tessier addressed changes to further improve Ski-Doo belt life issues found in certain riding conditions.

2019 Ski-Doo Snowmobile Lineup for Mountain Riders

Here's what's new in the 2019 Ski-Doo snowmobile lineup! Engine, technology advances, new models, colours and more new for MY2019 from BRP.

The Worst Mountain Sleds of Our Time

At one time or another, every one of the current big four sled manufacturers has pumped out one of the worst mountain sleds of our time.

Perfecting The Trade: The CKMP Experience

Exiting the busy flow of the Trans-Canada Highway and starting down the quiet back road toward CKMP, I am overcome with the calming sense that I am about to withdraw from reality…

Test Ride: 2018 Ski-doo Summit 165″ & 175″

It's not every day that you are offered the opportunity to get seat time on a pre-production sled. So when Mountain Sledder had the chance to ride the 2018 Ski-Doo Summit 165" and 175" sleds…

2018 Ski-Doo Summit Driveline Update

BRP Press Release March 23, 2017 As reminder and more definitive answer to what we discussed at the Snow Shoot Tech presentation about 2018 Summit and Freeride models regarding driveline updates, please…

Wherever I May Roam

Instinct is the intangible force that has stopped us. This blood-compass that we’ve learned so many times to trust has altered our trajectory and forward movement has ceased.   It’s early afternoon and…