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
Arctic Cat’s 2022 snowmobile lineup continues their 60-year tradition of infusing new technology and innovation into the industry. After several years of attrition and fewer choices, it now appears Arctic Cat is on the rebound and getting back on track with more new models and more choices. That said,... Read more
The Return of the Legend The much anticipated release of the all-new Ski-Doo Mach Z is finally here! Ski-Doo faithful have long awaited this day, wanting a muscle sled that could shred the lake like the Mach Z of old. Housed in a beautiful all black chassis and body... Read more
2022 is going to be another a huge year for Polaris – especially their deep snow riders. It’s not because of just one new vehicle but the introduction of so many more new models, so much new technology and so many options being presented at one time.
This year BRP again shows us how they are still running at wide open throttle.
Inside the Hall of Fame: Man and Machine By Greg Marier The Man – Mike Trapp: Mike Trapp set the snowmobile racing world on its ear in 1971 when he drove a SR433 Yamaha to a dark horse victory in the World’s Championship running up against the top factory... Read more
Arctic Cat’s 50/50 Crossover We want to bring you up to speed on the Arctic Cat Riot 8000 we rode for 2,000 miles last winter. This was a brand new model for Arctic Cat, fitted with the latest version of their 800 two-stroke twin engine. If you recall what... Read more
For 2020 Polaris brought us the INDY XC 137” models. Promised to be every bit as good as the 129” sleds of 2019, but now with the longer track and tunnel. This provides even more room to carry gear, a smoother ride, improved flotation and greater stability, all while delivering responsive handling and the ultimate in confidence through a wider range of conditions…
The 2020 Ski-Doo Renegade X 600R performed flawlessly, never missed a beat, never let us down, no surprises, no issues. It just plain worked. The ride quality was the very best of all our test sleds, with the possible exception of the 2021 MX Z X-RS that showed up at the end of the season with the new rMotion X rear suspension.
By Valdi Stefanson It’s a crying shame!Here we had an upstart snowmobile manufacturer with such promise, such innovative design and such a following after showing off many prototypes, handing out glossy sales brochures and t-shirts, along with all of the media hype. This is the sad legacy of the... Read more
The Polaris You’ve Been Waiting For Some of the most anticipated new sleds for 2021 are the new Polaris MATRYX models. Very few pre-production test sleds were built, and when the covid deal hit in March all of the snow shows and demo rides were nixed so about the... Read more