Category: News

Industry Leaders Work to Establish Association of Snowmobile Guides in BC

The first-ever sled guide association in the world is coalescing, with the epicenter in the interior of British Columbia. The collaborative effort is led by Great Canadian Tours—headquartered out of Revelstoke’s Glacier…

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.

Avalanche Research Program Seeks Feedback from Backcountry Users of All Experience Levels

Simon Fraser University is asking for participation in an avalanche research survey that examines the ways in which backcountry recreationists use avalanche safety information.

BRP Launches 4th International Design Competition

The 4th edition of an international BRP design competition has been launched to an expanded group of six universities from four different countries.

2020 YETI SnowMX Snow Bike

Camso aims to bring snow bike enthusiasts to new levels of performance in deep snow terrain with the launch of its 2020 YETI SnowMX system.

2020 Timbersled RIOT Snow Bike

The 2020 Timbersled RIOT is based on the tried-tested-and-true Timbersled ARO platform, but the rear suspension has been altered to make the snow bike kit perform more like a dirt bike.

Yamaha Will Not Produce a 2020 Mountain Sled in North America

In a continuation of its efforts to clean out non-current dealer inventory, Yamaha will not produce a mountain-specific model for 2020 in North America.

2020 Polaris Snowmobile Mountain Lineup

Polaris has surprised us by adding to the legendary RMK lineup with the release of a new model in its 2020 Polaris snowmobile lineup, called RMK KHAOS.

2020 Polaris KHAOS Snowmobile

For model year 2020, Polaris has announced a new model called the Polaris RMK KHAOS, a variation of the legendary PRO-RMK. Here’s what separates the KHAOS from its sibling, the PRO-RMK.

Land Use Proposals Threaten Snowmobile Access in the BC Sea to Sky

Right now there are a couple of public snowmobile areas in the Sea to Sky Corridor that are threatened by other user groups. Here's what's we can do.