Category: Stories

Beacon Checkpoints in Memory of RMR Installed at Idaho Trailheads

In memory of Rob Kincaid aka RMR, trailhead transceiver checkers have been installed at three popular backcountry snowmobile trailheads in Idaho.

Winter Wingman, Part II – Brock Hoyer

Hoyer stresses that everyone accessing the backcountry needs to do their part: Get avy trained, learn how to use avalanche safety gear and be a good wingman to their riding buds.

Polaris Hillclimbers Dominate 2021 Jackson Hole World Championship

Polaris hillclimbers dominate Jackson Hole, winning every Pro Stock and Pro Improved Stock class as well as three of four Pro Modified classes.

In the MIX With a SIX! Why You Should Consider a 600 cc Mountain Sled

The #1 reason to buy a 600 cc mountain sled is this: Change the paradigm to focus on fun and realize there is no correlation between cc and enjoyment.

YETI SnowMX 2022 Updates – 129FR, 137MT and 120FR

The 2022 YETI SnowMX models have been designed for an overall smoother ride in all conditions without compromising on performance.

A Guide To Loaning Your Snowmobile: Beg, Borrow, Steel

Unfortunately, borrowing a sled is not like borrowing your buddy’s Rocky DVD Box Set. Snowmobiles are dear to heart, damn expensive, and sadly, too easily damaged. Here's a guide to loaning your…

2022 Yamaha Mountain Max SL – New Lightweight Mountain Trim

Along with another important change across the mountain lineup, for model year 2022, Yamaha 2-stroke power is back in the mountains with an exciting new high-performance trim package for Mountain Max, called…

PIEPS Issues Voluntary Product Correction Program for DSP Avalanche Transceivers

PIEPS is taking steps to address allegations of a faulty locking mechanism in their no-longer-current DSP PRO, DSP PRO ICE and DSP SPORT transceivers that could potentially allow the device to accidentally…

2022 Arctic Cat Snowmobile Mountain Lineup

The model year 2022 Arctic Cat snowmobiles have been revealed, and some small changes to the mountain lineup will be sure to please Arctic Cat riders.