Brandon Milford, founder of BC Freeriders in Golden, B.C., shares his harrowing experience caught under an avalanche and how he’s helping to grow the sportby Kyle Born
Sledders, ATVers and motorcyclists throughout Canada are gathering at these elaborate powersports shows hosted across the countryby Kyle Born
For vintage sled enthusiasts, there are a number of museums worth exploring to take in the history of the sportby Kyle Born
What's your style? Trail, mountain, crossover, powder or hill climbing?by Trish Drinkle
We ask powersports store owners, sales staff and others within the industry about the most popular snowmobiles from Arctic Cat, Polaris, Ski-Doo and Yamaha.by Kyle Born
Brad Douglas submitted this photo of his 1978 Arctic Cat El Tigre 5000
SnoRiders new-look eNewsletter gives readers a chance to nominate the bracket of SledTowns
We polled our readers to find out which snowmobile manufacturer is their favouriteby Kyle Born
Stan Langley, owner of Universe Satellite Sales in Rocanville, Saskatchewan, breaks down what to consider when purchasing a snowmobile for a childby Kyle Born
The Arctic Cat Trail Cat was considered a workhorse in the Arctic Cat lineup in the late 1970's and early 1980's.
First-ride impressions on the 2019 Arctic Cat M8000 Mountain Cat Alpha One.by Kirsten Armleder
Hibbert had a strong weekend of racing at the Canterbury Park National winning all four of his qualifying rounds and the final event on night two.
In his new role, Craig Kennedy will be working out of Arctic Cat’s facility in Thief River Falls, Minnesota.