Polaris riders won five medals in four events, including gold medals in Snocross, Snocross Adaptive and Best Trick.
articles from your favourite snowmobile manufacturers including:
Arctic Cat | Yamaha | Ski-Doo | Polaris
The victory makes Parsons the only athlete to win back-to-back Freestyle Gold at the X-Games event.
Polaris snocross racers swept the top three spots at the AMSOIL Championship Series Pro Open
SnoRiders reader Sue Thomas shares fond memories of her little 12 hp 1970 Ski-Doo Elan.
Daniel Bodin has beaten his freestyle rivals Colten Moore and Heath Frisby to the first successful double backflip in history on a custom built sled.
Polaris racers earned four of the weekend’s nine Pro Open podium spots.
Elias Ishoel and Max Taillefer each won their first races in Pro Open and Pro Lite on the ISOC National Snocross.
In an earlier column, we featured the 1972 Ski-Doo Nordic 440—this week we feature the late 1960's or early 1970's Ski-Doo 399 Olympic Nordic.
Yamaha Motor Canada set out to construct an innovative new corporate display that would reflect the company’s vision and brand in Canada.
Five guys and a load of camping gear was no trouble for the good 'ol Autoboggan sled!
The adventure is scheduled to start on December 21, 2016 and the team’s target is to celebrate the New Year on the South Pole.
Snow biking continues to grow in popularity as Timbersled maintains its stronghold as the industry leader in the category.
The Snocross Mobile Medical Team (SMMT) was created with the purpose of providing world-class on track medical care for the Snocross athletes.
The Phazer was developed to offer real sports riding in a variety of conditions.