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VIDEO – 2021 Timbersled Shootout! RIOT Velocity, RIOT S, ARO 3 & ARO S!

Although we don't ride snow bikes all that often—and clearly aren't great at doing it—we sure had a heck of a good time ripping around for our 2021 Timbersled shootout. As you…

VIDEO – RMK Khaos 163 vs 155. Which is Better??

Now for Polaris model year 2021, riders have more choice of Khaos 163 vs 155 vs 165 track lengths, and several different lug and pitch sizes.

Rob Kincaid Tribute

Over the many years of his tenure as an ambassador of this sport, Rob Kincaid touched so many people with his easy-going, friendly personality.

VIDEO – First Ride! Ski-Doo Summit 175 TURBO!

In this video, Mountain Sledder rides the Ski-Doo Summit Expert 175 Turbo and shares its opinion on which is the best track option for the 850 E-TEC Turbo.

VIDEO – Why Yamaha Brought Back Mountain Max This Way

In this video, we throw a leg over both the 154" and 165" models of Mountain Max and talk about how Yamaha chose to bring back the 2-stroke mountain sled.

VIDEO – Polaris Series 8 Track 2.75″ Ride Impression

The Mountain Sledder guys take turns riding a 2021 Polaris PRO-RMK with the NEW Series 8 track 155" x 2.75" with 3.5" pitch, and talk how it compares to the 2.6" Series…

Who Is the Mid-Sized Yamaha SXVenom Mountain Sled For?

The Yamaha SXVenom Mountain will allow young, new and smaller people to reliably gain the confidence they need to progress into a mountain rider.

They’re back! Yamaha Mountain Max 2-Stoke Mountain Sled for 2021

Yamaha has announced that for 2021, it will make a 2-stroke mountain sled available, bringing back the legacy moniker, Mountain Max. Rejoice, legions of diehard Blue!

2021 Polaris Snowmobile Mountain Lineup – What’s New

The 2021 Polaris snowmobile lineup not only includes more configurations of the RMK Khaos, but the Khaos and PRO-RMK both have been treated to a new lightweight drive system, called QuickDrive2, and…

2021 Timbersled Snow Bike Lineup

For the 2021 Timbersled snow bike lineup, the company has focused on inspiring performance with upgrades to its top-of-the-line models and a new, smaller kit aimed at smaller and less experienced riders.