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8 New Year’s Resolutions for Sledders

Here are eight New Year’s Resolutions for sledders that will refine your social behaviour and help ensure you get invited back when the powder gets deep again in the new year.

A Day in the Life of a Parts Guy

The door chime signals the first customer of the day. As they walk up to the counter, the phone starts to ring. Typical start to a day in the life of a…

The Right Personality for Mountain Sledding

If you're thinking maybe it's time to get into mountain riding, stop for a moment and make sure that you have the right personality for it first.

How to Snow Dance the Right Way

We must first understand that one Snow Dance ain’t like the other. Here are a few examples to help make sure that your dry-spell booty-shakin’ yields the proper results this winter.

Snowmobile Boot Durability Test

We know that durability is an important factor in choosing gear. So we decided to simulate a “test” of the durability of some top snowmobile boots—using powers tools and other implements of…

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…

What Grocery Shopping Would Be Like If Sledders Acted in Public the Way Some Do Online

As you enter the store, you grab a grocery cart and start wheeling towards the back. The snow bikers immediately begin to make fun of your cart, telling you that you will…

The Good Old Days…?

I suppose an argument could be made that the “good old days” happened between the ages of 10 and 17-ish. You basically had maid service up till that point.

Which Sledder Personality Are You?

Spending time with different sorts of people is a big part of what makes snowmobiling so enjoyable from a social perspective. The saying goes, “Variety is the spice of life.” Well, ain’t…

A (Somewhat Raunchy) Love Letter to Snow

I’ve loved the way you can transform the world from a drab, fall landscape into something bright, cold and welcoming. This is my love letter to snow.