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2019 Ski-Doo
For 2019 Ski-Doo comes with two new engines and more Gen4 models. With Ski-Doo selling twice as many sleds as any other manufacturer, they show no sign of letting off the throttle for 2019. This momentum follows the release of their newest platform, the Gen4 REV, for 2017 which... Read more
Can-Am Ryker – 900 Ace Rally Edition
1,400 Mile Test Report “What is that thing?”             “It’s a Can-Am Ryker. Built by Ski-Doo. It’s kinda like a snowmobile with wheels. You ride it like a snowmobile or ATV. Gas and go. Here’s the throttle and here’s the brakes. It’s that easy.” This is exactly what BRP... Read more
Inside the Polaris PRO-CC Rear Suspension
SnowTech Interviews the Polaris Factory Experts! 2019-2021 Polaris INDY XC, and MATRYX models in the 129″ and 137″ lengths feature the latest evolution of the fully-coupled Polaris rear suspension – called the PRO-CC rear suspension. Offered in both 129” and 137” versions, the new Indy PRO-CC rear suspension is... Read more
The Last Triple-Cylinder Two-Stroke from Polaris: Polaris XCR 800
(Originally published in the December 2018 issue of SnowTech) Today if you’re a Polaris diehard, the motor everyone is talking about is the new 850 Patriot. This engine is today offered in the 2019 XCR, but back in 2003 the XCR was built around a 794cc three cylinder Fuji... Read more
850 E-TEC Turbo:  Which package is right for you?
SnowTech Western Editor Dustin Pancheri discusses the difference between the different 2021 Ski-Doo 850 E-TEC Turbo packages that are availabl – Summit X, Freeride, and Expert packages. Read more
2021 Arctic Cat BLAST
The 2021 Arctic Cat BLAST models are far more than just a kid’s sled – do not make the mistake of thinking that’s all they are. They are entry level sleds for riders of all sizes and skill levels. Most anyone and everyone can hop on one and ride... Read more
2021 Arctic Cat BLAST M 4000
A True Mountain Sled for Anyone All new from Arctic Cat for 2021 is the BLAST M 4000. Designed as an intermediate sled for the lighter and/or less experienced rider, the BLAST is a lightweight, agile machine. The powerplant of the BLAST is derived from the 800cc Arctic Cat... Read more
2021 Polaris RMK & KHAOS
New 2.75” Track Option, New QuickDrive2 Belt Drive In mid-January we had the chance to ride the 2021 Polaris mountain sleds in some extreme snow conditions. What we learned is the 2021 Polaris RMK is the most predictable & lightest weight mountain sled that is available. For 2021, Polaris... Read more
2021 Polaris 7S Touch Screen Display
Polaris already had the industry-best dash gauge with their GPS-equipped PIDD (Polaris Interactive Digital Display) but now they take it to the next level with their new “7S Touch Screen Display” with Ride Command and Group Ride Feature found on select 2021 MATRYX SnowCheck models. This the industry’s only... Read more
2021 SKI-DOO Summit 850 Turbo
The Year of the Factory TURBO. 6 Questions to consider on your Ski-Doo mountain sled purchase. There are those days you will remember for your whole life, and for me, the day Ski-Doo unveiled the Summit 850 Turbo is one I will not soon forget. From the unveil, through... Read more
2021 Yamaha
The Return of the Two-Strokes! Straight to the point – Yamaha is coming with SIX new two-stroke sleds for 2021! Before you get too excited, we need to clarify this for you. For the past few years Yamaha has offered a couple of two-stroke sleds, the VK 540 and... Read more