Category: Video

Easiest Way to Tow a Snowmobile

So while today's sleds are certainly more reliable than those of the past, the necessity for a good towing solution continues to exist. With that in mind, here is an overview of…

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.

First Ride! 2020 Ski-Doo Summit Expert

Mountain Sledder had the opportunity to go for a first ride aboard one of the new 2020 Ski-Doo Summit X Expert Package models. Here's our thoughts on the new model.

Ski-Doo Launching Escape Mountain Video Series

Ski-Doo snowmobiles is launching a video series next fall that puts the challenge of an escape room in the setting of deep snow mountain snowmobiling.

Mic’d Up Ride with Riley Suhan

A couple of weeks back, Mountain Sledder had the opportunity to slap a mic on pro rider Riley Suhan and go with him for a ride around his local stomping grounds near…

How to Deal with Broken Ribs in the Backcountry

Chest injuries are not uncommon in mountain snowmobiling. Here's some advice on how to deal with a broken ribs while riding in the backcountry!

All In, Lifestyle Film Premiere in Revelstoke, BC

All In Lifestyle features a huge list of top riders including, but not limited to: Caleb Kesterke, Cody Matechuk, Derek Wood, Jeff Harker, Brad Gilmore, Cody Borchers, Andreas Berkmark, Jamie Iwaschuk, Nick Woods,…

How to Splint a Broken Leg in the Backcountry

A broken leg in the backcountry can be a serious problem. First of all, it's going to be a painful injury to deal with. In addition to the pain, a broken leg…

How to Deal with an Upper Arm Injury in the Backcountry

An upper arm injury—such as a broken collarbone or shoulder dislocation—is a fairly common injury in mountain sledding. These can be caused by an abrupt stop, a fall with arms outstretched or…

Thunderstruck 17 Review

Thunderstruck 17 features bottomless powder, awesome backcountry freestyle, technical draws and trees and—of course—some of the most wicked chute slaying you will find anywhere.