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Ski-Doo Free Avalanche Seminars Back For Fifteenth Year

Ski-Doo snowmobiles and parent company BRP continue to back up their Responsible Rider program with the fifteenth year of free avalanche awareness seminars designed to help keep riders safe.

Former X Games Host Selema Masekela visits CKMP

Anyone who follows action sports has probably at some point seen or heard the voice of Selema Masekela. Masekela is perhaps best known amongst sledders as the host of Winter (and summer)…

BRP Empowering Women Riders To Get in the Driver’s Seat

This International Women’s Day, and every day after, BRP is proud to stand with women everywhere as they Get in the Driver’s Seat.

2024 Ski-Doo Summit Snowmobile Lineup

Here are the details on the model year 2024 Ski-Doo snowmobile lineup, with a focus on the deep snow models for MY24.

2024 Ski-Doo Freeride Details

In the mountain segment, the 2024 Ski-Doo Freeride features the most significant changes, more than any other MY24 Ski-Doo deep snow model. Hang tight, because there's quite a bit going on here!

How to Drop Cliffs on a Snowmobile

Cody McNolty shares some thoughtful and detailed advice on how to safely and successfully drop cliffs on a snowmobile.

VIDEO: Which One is RIGHT for You? Gen5 Summit X vs. Expert w/ Dave Norona

In this video, Mountain Sledder joins up with Ski-Doo ambassador Dave Norona to help illustrate the key differences between the model year 2023 Ski-Doo Summit X and Expert Package models.

4 Ways This Manufacturer Is Supporting the Future of Snowmobiling

Rider safety and accessibility are some of bigger issues affecting the sustainability and future growth of our sport. In the past couple of years, this manufacturer has made strong efforts in these…

Ski-Doo Summit Neo & Neo+ Mid-Sized Mountain Sleds

Ski-Doo is making mountain sledding easier to get into in 2023 with the new release of an attractively priced mid-sized mountain snowmobile, called Ski-Doo Summit Neo and Neo+.

Ski-Doo Snow PASS Totals $881K in Funding for Club Projects

In the last two years, Ski-Doo has provided $881,000 CAD in funding to volunteer run snowmobiling projects with its Snow PASS program.