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Inaugural Snowmobile Day to take place October 29, 2022

The first annual Snowmobile Day is set to take place on October 29, 2022 in anticipation of our favourite winter pastime.

Riley Suhan Backcountry Race April 2, 2022

After a two year hiatus, the Riley Suhan Backcountry Race is back for 2022, taking place near Golden, BC on April 2.

Revelstoke Vintage Ride and Poker Run March 5!

Time to shine up those vintage sleds (or just ride something newer—no one's judging) for Revelstoke Snowmobile Club's Vintage Ride and Poker Run this Saturday, March 5, 2022, on Boulder Mountain. It…

A Knife to a Gun Fight

The text asked if my son Jake and I were signed up to race in the 2nd annual Riley Suhan Backcountry Race in Golden, BC, or if we were just big talkers?…

Why Organizers Are More Upset Than You That the Edmonton Sled Show Isn’t Happening This Year

With no decrease in facility fees, we would have to provide spacing between booths, double wide, one-way aisles, two meter separation from exhibitors and attendees, extra staff to clean anything and everything…

Fernie Gumball Adventure Challenge Set to Take Place in March

The Fernie Snowmobile Association will be hosting the second annual Fernie Gumball Adventure Challenge on March 21, 2020.

Elk Valley Snow Avalanche Workshop Returns to Fernie in November

The Elk Valley Snow Avalanche Workshop welcomes avalanche professionals and recreationalists for a day of presentations and discussion of avalanche safety.

80 Riders Compete in Red Bull Sledhammers 2019

Once again, riders battled their way up 150 vertical meters of mountain in head-to-head competition over the unique the Red Bull Sledhammers 2019 course.

2nd Annual Riley Suhan Invitational Backcountry Race April 6

The 2nd annual Riley Suhan Invitational backcountry race will feature nearly 80 registered racers and many more spectators at the April 6 event.

The 2019 Snowbike Gathering Reflects the Evolution of Snow Bikes

The Snowbike Gathering is more than just an event; it's a sign of the evolution of the snow bike community and culture, from OEM to rider and back again.