Burandt’s Lock & Ride Tunnel Bag

Burandt’s Lock & Ride Tunnel Bag
Hotshots person snowmobiling in the mountains of BC High on mountain air

Monte Smith from Cranbrook, B.C. got vertical on his sled and sent the snow flying when he took this jump. This photo was taken while Smith and his wife were enjoying a day of sledding in early February 2012.

The Scoop Tamara Osborne, founder of the Betties Powersports Network working hard in the not so off season to produce this years Bettie Adventures Snowmobiling film. Snowmobile season never truly ends

Summer months are spent planning

Gearboxx Fourcast II sledding DVD

Hang on tight while Fourcast II takes you on a thrilling journey into the amazing backcountry of Whistler, B.C., with adrenalin junkies Troy Lakusta, Grant Clarke, Keith Curtis, Clint Miller and many more. Whether hillclimbing is your thing or cliffdropping gets you revved right up, this video has something for everyone.

by Published November 2012

If you’re a mountain rider, you’ve probably run into the problem of not having enough storage on your sled, and some avalanche packs don’t provide much space for anything other than a shovel and probe. 

With that in mind, the experts in accessories and apparel at Polaris Industries came up with another option for storing goods on your machine—Burandt's Lock & Ride Tunnel Bag.

Inspired by top backcountry sledder Chris Burandt and leading gear bag manufacturer Ogio International, Burandt's Lock & Ride Tunnel Bag features 2,500 cubic inches of carrying space for survival gear and other items. It even has a protective padded area where food can be stored and a waterproof section for electronics.

The bag is made of ballistic nylon and truck tarpaulin to give it durability, and it has integrated backpack straps to make it more convenient to carry when it is off the sled. With Polaris’s exclusive Lock & Ride technology, the bag is easy to install and remove.

Burandt's Lock & Ride Tunnel Bag is available at your local Polaris dealership, or it can be ordered online through the Pure Polaris website if you are in the U.S. 

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