Category: Opinion

5 Things Sledders Should Do Right Now

With winter just around the corner, here are 5 things sledders should do right now to get ready for our favourite time of year.

5 Reasons Why “Your Sled Sucks” Comments Have Gotta Go

You guys, c'mon, the never-ending negativity is the equivalent of blaring Chinese Democracy on the stereo over and over, on repeat...FOREVER. Even if you thought that album was good at one time (I didn't…

The Best Sled Is the One That’s Best for You

Does this mean the best sled is the one you’re currently riding? Possibly. But there’s also a solid chance that it isn’t. So, why would anyone choose to ride a snowmobile that’s…

Sled vs Snow Bike – A Social Experiment in Riding Together

We decided to try out a social experiment, to experience a sled vs snow bike day in the mountains firsthand. And we filmed it all. Here's what went down.

The Worst Mountain Sleds of Our Time

At one time or another, every one of the current big four sled manufacturers has pumped out one of the worst mountain sleds of our time.

Brand Bashing – Stereotypes, Puns and Poor Taste

However, there are some who practice brand bashing with sincerity. In perhaps a misguided attempt to be funny, or possibly in a jealous attempt to justify their own poor choices, some sledders will…

10 Things a Real Mountain Sledder Would Never Do

Are you truly a real mountain sledder? Or just a willow-bashing wannabe, who happens to hit a hill every once in a while? Here are ten ways to find out.

If You Want Quality Sledding Video Content to Watch, Stop Bashing Brands for a Second and Share

If we all did this for top quality video instead of trolling and arguing in comments on video that we really don't care about at all, we can show Facebook and other…

Snowmobile Recall: a Pain? or a Sign That the System Is Working?

We demand better sleds, we demand that our brand of choice keeps up with its competition, and we demand that our sleds get faster, lighter and better handling every year. Is the…

Early Season Riding – Not All It’s Cracked up to Be

The problem is that those first ride reports don't usually show all the hazards and crappy parts that had to be endured to get that one sweet—but gingerly executed—pow turn.