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Here’s How Many Snowmobiles Were Sold Last Year

Ever wonder how many snowmobiles are sold each winter, and where? Here's the breakdown for Winter 2021-2022, straight from the manufacturers.

Inaugural Snowmobile Day to take place October 29, 2022

The first annual Snowmobile Day is set to take place on October 29, 2022 in anticipation of our favourite winter pastime.

2023 Yamaha Mountain Snowmobiles

2023 Yamaha snowmobiles are back in the mountains with new 'Team Yamaha Blue' colours for the new model year.

Worldwide New Snowmobile Sales Winter 2020-21

In Winter 2020-21, worldwide new snowmobile sales grew to 133,444 units, a 10% increase from last year, led by the United States and Canada. 

Winter Wingman, Part II – Brock Hoyer

Hoyer stresses that everyone accessing the backcountry needs to do their part: Get avy trained, learn how to use avalanche safety gear and be a good wingman to their riding buds.

2022 Yamaha Mountain Max SL – New Lightweight Mountain Trim

Along with another important change across the mountain lineup, for model year 2022, Yamaha 2-stroke power is back in the mountains with an exciting new high-performance trim package for Mountain Max, called…

2021 Yamaha Mountain Max Review

We've been putting miles on a 2021 Yamaha Mountain Max all winter, and we figured it was time to share our opinions on the mountain sled with a review.

VIDEO – Boondocking! Yamaha SX Venom Mountain & Arctic Cat BLAST M

Mountain Sledder's full-sized riders, Pat and Sean, take out the 2021 Yamaha SX Venom Mountain and Arctic Cat BLAST M 4000 mid-sized mountain sleds for a rip through the woods, hills and…

VIDEO – Why Yamaha Brought Back Mountain Max This Way

In this video, we throw a leg over both the 154" and 165" models of Mountain Max and talk about how Yamaha chose to bring back the 2-stroke mountain sled.

Who Is the Mid-Sized Yamaha SXVenom Mountain Sled For?

The Yamaha SXVenom Mountain will allow young, new and smaller people to reliably gain the confidence they need to progress into a mountain rider.