The Moto-Ski company of La Pocatière, Québec, Canada was purchased in 1971 by Bombardier. The last year of production was 1985.
64 sled competitors competed for cash and glory on a unique dual-mirror 550-metre uphill obstacle course.by Timothy Fowler
Mountain riders are getting more interested than ever in the technical aspects of open mountain meadow and tree riding.Promoted by Camso
Darren Berrecloth is living the dream—getting paid to ride. He loves the Yeti SnowMX mounted on his Husqvarna 450 when the snow clogs up the downhill trails.by Timothy Fowler
Cain’s Quest challenges the best riders, the most competent support teams, the toughest gear and the strongest minds.by Timothy Fowler
At this year’s Cranbrook Snowmobile Club event, Ray and his buddies brought out some of their vintage snowmobiles for the annual Show and Shine.
First-ride impressions on the 2019 Arctic Cat M8000 Mountain Cat Alpha One.by Kirsten Armleder
The 2019 Ski-Doo Backcountry X-RS stands on its own as a true crossover sled.by Kirsten Armleder
Polaris® Racer Kody Kamm wins a pair of ISOC Snocross Pro Finals at Lake Geneva, finishes the season
Kody Kamm finishes second in Pro points, two positions ahead of teammate Hentges Racing Peter Narsa.
Ski-Doo CSRA Pro Lite racer Scott Vandeborne won both rounds of racing in the Eclipse Financial Cup Nationals.
A record number of old and antique snowmobiles were on display at this year's vintage rally, held by the Cranbrook Snowmobile Club.
Ice Oval racer Gunnar Sterne managed to pull off a second consecutive win at the TLR Cup Series.
Despite some challenges, Polaris' CEO Scott Wine feels that the company is in a strong position and can handle any adversity.
Next up for the Polaris hillclimbers is the World Championship Hillclimb in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
The RMSHA Hillclimb race season finally got underway March 3-4 in Afton, Wyoming.