From past to present, SnoRiders takes a look at the inventions that shaped the sport of snowmobiling.by Kirsten Armleder
Kirsten lives with two dogs, three horses and a throttle-happy husband in Cranbrook, B.C. Her interests include fishing, hiking and, of course, backcountry sledding. Like many in her area, Kirsten grew up riding sleds—first a 340 Yamaha Enticer, then a Yamaha Phazer, a Ski-Doo Summit and the list goes on. Her interest in sledding came to a standstill until she discovered deep powder mountain riding. Now when winter rolls around, she can barely stay in the office long enough to finish writing her stories. When she’s not playing hooky from work, though, Kirsten enjoys interviewing riders from across Western Canada, finding new products to review and pretty much anything to do with the sport.
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First-ride impressions on the 2019 Arctic Cat M8000 Mountain Cat Alpha One.by Kirsten Armleder
The 2019 Ski-Doo Backcountry X-RS stands on its own as a true crossover sled.by Kirsten Armleder
Adaptive snow bike event at Winter XGames 2018 brings injured athlete Blair Morgan back to competition.by Kirsten Armleder
Catching the race bug when he was three, Brennan Boxall, 29, carries on a family legacy of left turns.by Kirsten Armleder
Right from their hotel, snowmobilers in Powerview-Pine Falls can follow velvety smooth trails deep into Manitoba’s remote woodlands.by Kirsten Armleder
Groomed trail access between communities and miles of riding opportunities in the Pasquia Hills make Carrot River/Arborfield a top snowmobiling destination.by Kirsten Armleder
As technology, techniques and our level of riding experience change, it’s important to keep our avalanche safety training up to date.by Kirsten Armleder