Starting with the most popular, here is a quick guide to the different brands of snow bike conversion kits that are available for winter 2017-2018.by Kirsten Armleder
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Arctic Cat | Yamaha | Ski-Doo | Polaris
Ski-Doo’s impressive line-up for 1979 featured three Blizzards: the 5500, the 7500 Plus and the Blizzard 9500 Plus.
We dip back into Doug Williamson’s vault of great vintage snowmobile photos from the Cranbrook Snowmobile Club Vintage Rally last February.
Ski-Doo worked hard to squeeze lots of amenities into this little machine and keep the price tag low as well.
These popular Yamaha machines featured some of the industry's leading edge snowmobile technology of the day.
AXYS RMK sleds win 27 of 28 Pro Stock finals and all four Pro Points titles
Spotted in a backyard, this rat sled recalls the glory days of the Ski-Doo Everest Electro.
Polaris also sweeps King and Queen Crowns and all three semi-pro classes.
Keith Curtis wins five classes to lead dominant Polaris Race Team at RMSHA Beaver Mountain Hillclimb
Polaris racers win 23 podiums, nine of 12 pro classes, Queen Crown and three ‘King’ Crowns.
A restored Ski-Doo Elite snowmobile, spotted at the recent Cranbrook Snowmobile Club's Show and Shine.
Racers on Polaris 800 RMKs continue to win in 1000 Stock against rivals’ 850 sleds.
Kevin Higney wins his 2017 Kodiak EPS SE in Yamaha Financial Services contest.
The annual Jackson Hole World Championship Hillclimb event is in the books with Ski-Doo racers taking home five titles in the Pro classes
Keith Curtis wins two classes, two King Crowns and King of Kings
Ski-Doo engineers designed an industry first, counterbalancing pDrive fixed clutch sheave.
Kamm wins six heat races and two finals to win 2016-2017 points title
Ski-Doo racers took five National Snocross Championships at the ISOC season finale in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.