SnowTech magazine is a print magazine published 5 times per year, (Aug – March). SnowTech has been published since 1968, leading the industry in technical information on the sport of Snowmobiling. Editorial is focused on product reviews, product testing and service / performance information pertaining to snowmobiling. Accurate, experienced, editorial opinion is what sets SnowTech apart.

SnowTech Magazine

PO Box 993 / 630 Hiawatha Circle NW

Alexandria, MN 56308


  • Joe Bartlett

    August 20, 2018 #1 Author

    I tried to renew my subscription here online, but the page kept telling me that my zip code was wrong. I live in Interlochen Michigan, and my zip code is 49643. It’s not WRONG.

  • sergemaisonneuve

    September 9, 2018 #2 Author

    I have suscribe on line in jully. Today 9 september have not receve anyting.
    Order #7216

  • Roger p Kraus

    August 27, 2019 #3 Author

    Long time subscriber and avid reader. I noticed that in your Spring 2019 issue on pg 46 you noted that the Cross Action suspension rear suspension combines with a Slide Action front arm on the 2029 Arctic Cat Riot. I looked at the limited build Riot that was at my dealer just prior to the demo rides held in Old Forge in March 2019 and found that it did not have a Slide Action front arm.
    Today I was at my dealer watching the production Riots being uncrated and found that the production sleds did not have the Slide Action front arm as mentioned on pg 46 of your September issue. A look at the AC parts site also showed that the Riot parts print showed a fixed front arm. The test ride showed what a great sled this will be, 2 of the riders with me have new Riots waiting for them today. Hopefully your riders will have a Riot in your long term fleet. Great magazine.

  • Roger p Kraus

    August 27, 2019 #4 Author

    Make that a 2020 Arctic Cat Riot, my bad.

  • Robert Gough

    November 21, 2019 #5 Author

    Just a thought for additional articles for your magazine. I have a family of 5 snowmobiles ranging from 1987-8(?) to 2014 sleds. I’m a DIY person to keep this sport affordable for me and my family and kids to be able to go out and ride. Living in CT, we have to trailer the sleds to NH/ME even for day trips. You should have some articles on DIY stuff for those, and I know there are lot of owners who perform their own work on older sleds, who perform maintenance & improvements such as newer tracks, lighting improvements, track lengthening, carb work, summerizing & storage, suspension improvements under a super tight budget. DIY ideas to keep us running our old machine but also introduce our kids to riding and how to fix things when something breaks down while on a ride. I have already done a father/son rebuild of a 1995 Indy Dlx. Next project and MY son bought this sled, is a 1987 Yamaha Phazer to be converted to a long track using Ski doo skid and upgrading lights to LED. The hit and misses of doing a project with limited funds and where, how to find parts could be beneficial to the reading audience. Just a thought since I see my share of advertisers for parts that do not work with older sleds…like adding new LED lights not know AC from DC.

  • Karl Lindquist

    December 31, 2019 #6 Author

    I have been looking for a helmet to wear with glasses for some time. I had a modular 3 helmet and it worked well but it has been worn out. It seems like helmet makers are afraid to claim they have less fog ups than the competitors. Do you have any recommendations of helmets?

  • Curt Diesner

    January 7, 2020 #7 Author

    Is the issue that is supposed to be published in early Jan. running late? So far I have not received it and am overdue for my Snowtech fix.

  • Northwoods Rental

    January 14, 2020 #8 Author

    I. Need to make an address change. How?

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