Here are the best photos of the #SledTown ShowDown FXR jacket contest (so far)

Check out the first wave of #SledTown ShowDown photos

by Kyle Born

Husband Craig (black suit) and wife Shelly (pink and yellow suit) pose with their three daughters Raya (blue and yellow suit), Kerri (pink and white suit) and Brooke Plett (purple and mint suit).
The Plett family are big FXR supporters. They love to ride through Pembina Valley and the Lac du Bonnet/Lee River area in Manitoba. Husband Craig (black suit) and wife Shelly (pink and yellow suit) pose with their three daughters Raya (blue and yellow suit), Kerri (pink and white suit) and Brooke Plett (purple and mint suit). Photo courtesy Shelly Plett

SnoRiders’ annual SledTown ShowDown is rounding down Round 1 of the competition. Remember you can vote every day, so rally the troops and give your snowmobile riding destination your support. Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, December 15, for Round 1.

For this month only, we here at SnoRiders are running a contest in which YOU could win an awesome FXR jacket! All you have to do is email your photos to SnoRiders to [email protected], enter the contest directly, or share your pics on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using the #SledTown hashtag.

These are the best photo submissions that we’ve received so far. You still have until the end of the month to send in your most outstanding pics so get to snappin’ with your sleddin’! 

Husband Craig (black suit) and wife Shelly (pink and yellow suit) pose with their three daughters Raya (blue and yellow suit), Kerri (pink and white suit) and Brooke Plett (purple and mint suit).
Husband Craig (black suit) and wife Shelly (pink and yellow suit) pose with their three daughters Raya (blue and yellow suit), Kerri (pink and white suit) and Brooke Plett (purple and mint suit). “I would recommend sledders ride Trail 66 around Lac du Bonnet,” said Shelly Plett. “It’s a smooth, well-groomed trail with a great warm-up shack. This area grooms their trails lots, and they are always top notch. It’s great for families!” Photo courtesy Shelly Plett

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Peter Koehn and his daughter, Victoria (pictured), enjoy going for rides through the Pinawa and Lac du Bonnet areas in Manitoba. Here they are atop the power station at Seven Sisters Generating Station.
Peter Koehn and his daughter, Victoria (pictured), enjoy going for rides through the Pinawa and Lac du Bonnet areas in Manitoba. Here they are atop the power station at Seven Sisters Generating Station. “To get to Pinawa, we usually do the ‘loop,’ ” said Peter Koehn. “The trails that make up the loop are CT768 and CT769. The little extra trail that we took that day to get to Seven Sisters Power Station is PT66. And be sure to make the pit stop at Old Pinawa Dam, which is now a Provincial Park. It was originally the province’s first hydro electric station back in the early 1900s.” Photo courtesy Peter Koehn

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Peter Koehn and his daughter, Victoria (pictured), enjoy going for rides through the Pinawa and Lac du Bonnet areas in Manitoba.
Peter Koehn and his daughter, Victoria (pictured), enjoy going for rides through the Pinawa and Lac du Bonnet areas in Manitoba. “The best reason for riding this area is the scenery—from open lakes to pristine forests, where the only sign of civilization is the trail you are on,” said Peter Koehn. “Just can’t beat that feeling, and it’s the best long winter medicine you can take! “Our family rides usually revolve around food of one sort or another—garlic sausage on the wood stove at the warm-up shack or our favourite place to grab a burger or pizza, the Pinawa Golf and Country Club. If anyone was going to pay a visit to Pinawa, I would suggest a stop there.” Photo courtesy Peter Koehn

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Six snowmobilers stop on a flat snowy field near Flin Flon Manitoba with the sun trying to shine through the clouds in the background.
Six friends sledding on the snowy trails near Flin Flon, Manitoba. Photo courtesy Tori Pedwell

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Three stationary snowmobiles, two with people sitting on them, on a flat trail with trees in the background.
Tori Pedwell enjoys hitting the trails with friends on their 2010 Polaris IQ LX 600 near Flin Flon, Manitoba. Photo courtesy Tori Pedwell

 

 

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