The fifth batch of contestants in our Best Sled Wrap Contest.by Kirsten Armleder
Snowmobilers are in it for the long haul
When Joseph-Armand Bombardier invented the snowmobile in 1935, he created not only a sport, but a lifestyle that hundreds of thousands of people across Canada enjoy to this day. Together, they form a passionate community of likeminded individuals who gather for all kinds of reasons—from weekend rides to charity events and poker runs—but mainly to enjoy the Sled Life they love. Here, we celebrate the spirit and culture of snowmobiling with feature articles, adventure stories and general news.
One part snowy, one part warm and dry and one part wild, says Canadian Farmers’ Almanac.by Kirsten Armleder
Mountain riders are getting more interested than ever in the technical aspects of open mountain meadow and tree riding.Promoted by Camso
From Japan to New Zealand, here are eight amazing places to go snowmobiling beyond North America.by Kirsten Armleder
What started as a side project for Quebec native Gilles Soucy became Kimpex.by Kirsten Armleder
Photographer Ryen Dunford explains how he got this shot.by Kirsten Armleder