Timbersled| Mountain Sledder Magazine
There is exciting news from Timbersled today, as the company has revealed that it will produce a new 129″ track length option called the Timbersled 129 LE. The new kit will expand the Timbersled ARO lineup, which already includes the Timbersled ARO 120 and 137.
Loaded with a head full of assumptions and preconceived notions, the plan was put into place to demo a snow bike for a couple of days
A new, factory-prepped, race-ready ARO 120 SX model and some LE model upgrade options are key parts of what’s new in the 2019 Timbersled snow bike lineup.
If you didn’t get a chance to check out the 2017 Alberta Snowmobile and Powersports Show, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with our photo recap of everything that went down there this year.
Former Timbersled owner and industry heavyweight, Allen Mangum, has joined forces with snowmobile turbo performance company, BoonDocker. Mangum comes onboard as a fifty-percent partner in the company, and brings a wealth of product development and fabrication expertise to the table.
TRIO is compatible with all snow bike kits as long as the ARO spindle and ski are used. It also attaches to most brands of dirt bikes. The system retails for $899.99 and requires an install kit depending on bike type. It will be available at Timbersled dealers and online in September.
Press Release Minneapolis, Aug. 8, 2017 Timbersled Partners with AMA for 2017 EnduroCross Season The AMA EnduroCross series today announced that Timbersled, the leading snow bike brand owned and manufactured by Polaris Industries (NYSE: PII), have formed a partnership to cross promote snow bikes to EnuroCross racers and fans. …
Alright, so there were plenty of new products to see at the 2018 Polaris Showroom Event. For 2018, Polaris put a lot of effort into the brands under its ownership, and there were a couple of new snowmobile models to boot
It’s become clear in the last couple of years that a snowbike can be taken into tight, lower elevation trees that you wouldn’t dream of trying on your sled. But on the flip-side, a snowbike will struggle to follow a sled straight up a steep slope in heavy snow.