The first issue of the season came off the press and went into the mail the first week of August. Subscribers should receive them...

The first issue of the season came off the press and went into the mail the first week of August. Subscribers should receive them between now and the 21st. (Canadian deliveries may take longer). The magazine should start showing up on the newsstand on the 15th of August.

100 pages, includes:
– Airwave Suspension from TEAM FAST
– X2 Triple Threat Skis from USI
– New Model Previews: Freestyle, Phazer Mtn Lite, Dragon, and Jaguar Z1
– Vintage Rider: 1972 Brut LC44
– Alaskan Adventure: “Pitch White” by Nick Jans
– Adrenaline Gore-Tex Boot from Klim
– AF-1 Anti-fog Helmet
– Dear Ralph
– Service and Tuning
– Industry Update
– Tech Shorts
– What’s New

  • Dave Scanavino

    August 10, 2006 #1 Author

    Time to pitch the tent next to the mailbox. racerDave

  • Bill

    August 29, 2006 #2 Author

    If you are a subscriber and have not received this issue – Please email us at snowtech@snowtechmagazine.com

  • Loren Anderson

    September 15, 2006 #3 Author

    Enjoyed Hal’s article about the Brut LC 44 in the September issue. What a sled and way ahead of it’s time. Thanks to the estate of the late Dan Hill of Michigan, the Snowmobile Hall of Fame Museum in St. Germain, WI has Dan’s beautiful original 1973 Brutt LC 44. This beauty still starts on the first pull. It has 189 original miles on it. Dan’s estate donated this great piece of sled history several years ago along with his custom made “pit box golf cart” which turns eyes when visitors see it. Dan was a real inovator. It has built in generator, cooling box, radiator for water cooling of his drag sleds, four speaker stereo system , huge tool chest and roll bar with lights and flasher. This piece of racing history can be seen on our museum page of the web site at http://www.snowmobilehalloffame.com. Thanks for the vintage stories……we love them !

    Loren Anderson
    SNOWMOBILE HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM
    St. Germain, WI

  • doug johnston

    February 10, 2007 #4 Author

    I’m interested in the snowmobiles. I have family who has 7 of them. I would also like to get some history on them. If they are still being built anymore. If you could please help me out on the history of these snowmobiles. I would really appreciate it. They are an awesome machine.

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