Tag: ArcticCat

More Snowmobile Sales in Snowy USA than Canada Last Winter

A snowy winter in much of the snowmobile community powered snowmobile sales to increase worldwide to 133,081 new sleds sold this past year.

Speedwerx Expands Product Offerings to Ski-Doo and Polaris

Speedwerx is expanding their product offerings from primarily Arctic Cat to include aftermarket performance parts for Ski-Doo and Polaris snowmobiles.

Arctic Cat Snow Bike Patent Application

Although no production model ever came as a result of the SVX 450 prototype snow bike, an Arctic Cat snow bike patent application made last week suggests the dream of building a…

What Is the Future of Mountain Snowmobile Technology?

Mountain sleds have come a long way in the last 15 years. In that time, they’ve evolved from glorified trail sleds into specialized, mountain-slaying weapons. But just when sledders might begin to…

A Day on the Alpha One and PRO-RMK 850

The Apple vs Android debate is a pillow fight compared to the MMA of sled owner conviction on topics like Arctic Cat Alpha One vs Polaris PRO-RMK 850.

Arctic Cat Recall for 2018, 2019 M8000 Snowmobiles Due to Fire Hazard

On April 18, 2019,  the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a Recall Alert for certain model year 2018 and 2019 Arctic Cat snowmobiles.

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…

Alpha One Dominates MY2020 Arctic Cat Mountain Lineup

Starting in MY2020, you won't be able to buy an Arctic Cat mountain sled that doesn't feature the Alpha One single-beam rear suspension.

2020 Arctic Cat Riot Crossover Snowmobile

The 2020 Arctic Cat Riot is a 50-50 crossover sled, with two different models aimed at specific riders within the crossover market.

Future Days – Arctic Cat Alpha One

Is the Arctic Cat Alpha One the future of mountain sledding? A revolutionary design leaves us with many questions, and only time will tell.