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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.

Timbersled 2020: ARO 3 vs RIOT Experience

The following weekend I embarked on a journey to the Monashee mountains for three days of riding, where I would form my own opinion on the difference of the new ARO 3…

First Ride! 2020 Polaris KHAOS

Not many riders have had the chance to throw a leg over the pre-production 2020 Polaris KHAOS sleds, so of course we jumped at the opportunity.

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.

Camso Launches EPIC 280 Track for Deep Snow Adventure

Camso has launched a new track specifically for deep snow riders called EPIC 280 that features a unique deep cup lug design for improved traction.

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.

Red Bull Sledhammers Returns to Ski La Reserve on April 6

Following the success of the 2018 debut of Red Bull Sledhammers at Ski La Réserve, the event will return to the ski area on April 6, 2019

Why Spring Check Is so Important This Year If You Want a New Sled

For model year 2020, Polaris, Ski-Doo and Arctic Cat are taking this approach to a new level, with more at stake than ever before. They’re creating scarcity and putting their customers to…

Replacement Cost vs Actual Value – What Do You Get In a Total Loss Claim?

We wanted to find out what happens when a snowmobile owner has a total loss. Is the sled covered for the full replacement cost or just the actual value?