Mountain Sledder's Articles

More Snowmobile Sales in Snowy USA than Canada Last Winter

A snowy winter in much of the snowmobile community powered snowmobile sales to increase worldwide to 133,081 new sleds sold this past year.

Economic Impact of BC Snowmobiling Assessed at $299 Million Annually

The study shows that snowmobiling generated 299.2 million dollars and contributed 21.8 million dollars in revenue to the various levels of Government.

Speedwerx Expands Product Offerings to Ski-Doo and Polaris

Speedwerx is expanding their product offerings from primarily Arctic Cat to include aftermarket performance parts for Ski-Doo and Polaris snowmobiles.

Satellite Messenger Devices on the Market

SPOT and Garmin have, in the last year, released new, text-capable satellite messenger devices called SPOT X and Garmin inReach Mini, respectively.

BC Snowmobile Groups win National Excellence Awards

On June 8th, 2019 the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO) hosted their annual Excellence Awards in Grand Rapids, Michigan as part of the International Snowmobile Congress with over three hundred delegates…

Gear Guide Garage – MSM Issue 14

Two things sledders like to do are wrenchin' and ogling gear. Get your fill of both, right here in this Mountain Sledder gear guide.

Taiga Motors Ekko Electric Mountain-Specific Snowmobile

The company is offering three different models, including the Taiga Motors Ekko—their mountain-specific model. Two other models will also be available: the Atlas, which is a crossover sled, and the Nomad, which…

Jon Jean Interview – Going Big

Throwing a snowball from the takeoff is a really good trick for checking speed. Just pack a nice snowball and throw it. Depending on how hard I throw it, I’ll know how…

Arctic Cat Snow Bike Patent Application

Although no production model ever came as a result of the SVX 450 prototype snow bike, an Arctic Cat snow bike patent application made last week suggests the dream of building a…

Arctic Cat Recall for 2018, 2019 M8000 Snowmobiles Due to Fire Hazard

On April 18, 2019,  the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a Recall Alert for certain model year 2018 and 2019 Arctic Cat snowmobiles.