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Latest Details on Arctic Cat Catalyst Platform

Here are the latest details known on the next generation Arctic Cat Catalyst snowmobile platform, from December 6, 2022.

4 Ways This Manufacturer Is Supporting the Future of Snowmobiling

Rider safety and accessibility are some of bigger issues affecting the sustainability and future growth of our sport. In the past couple of years, this manufacturer has made strong efforts in these…

2023 LYNX Shredder RE Walkaround Video

After debuting its snowmobiles in North American in model year 2022, Finnish snowmobile manufacturer, LYNX, quickly followed up for MY2023 with some huge changes that necessitated a model name change for its…

Polaris Issues Stop Ride / Stop Sale for Some Model Year 2022-2023 MATRYX RMK KHAOS and PRO Snowmobiles

Polaris has determined that under certain operating conditions, some Model Year 2022-2023 MATRYX RMK KHAOS and PRO snowmobiles may be susceptible to brake system overheating.  Brake overheating may increase the risk of…

Frisby Ridge Caribou Closure Repealed near Revelstoke

The BCSF has announced that, effective immediately, the Frisby Ridge Caribou Snowmobile Closure near Revelstoke has been repealed.

Pennzoil Introduces 2-Stoke Snowmobile Oil

Pennzoil introduces 2-stroke snowmobile oil along with portfolio of engine oils for outdoor recreation vehicles.

Alpine Sled Style Snowmobile Film Competition 2022

The second annual Alpine Sled Style snowmobile film competition has gone live, and will run for one week only, from November 1st to 8th, 2022.

The Snow War – 1979 Rogers Pass Avalanche Control Short Film

The National Film Board of Canada has recently digitized the film The Snow War, directed by Harold Tichenor in 1979. The film describes the efforts of a mobile avalanche-control team to keep…

Ski-Doo Summit Neo & Neo+ Mid-Sized Mountain Sleds

Ski-Doo is making mountain sledding easier to get into in 2023 with the new release of an attractively priced mid-sized mountain snowmobile, called Ski-Doo Summit Neo and Neo+.

Ski-Doo Snow PASS Totals $881K in Funding for Club Projects

In the last two years, Ski-Doo has provided $881,000 CAD in funding to volunteer run snowmobiling projects with its Snow PASS program.