The most anticipated snowmobile and powersports shows in years are taking place across Canada in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario in fall 2022by Kyle Born
Kyle Born is a writer at SnoRiders. Kyle writes about people and what makes them tick. He’s written hundreds of articles that tell the story of individuals and their passions. Kyle is naturally curious and enjoys breezing past the small talk so he can learn the fascinating details of an individual’s journey through life. He specializes in storytelling and isn’t afraid of asking the hard questions such as, “Where is your bathroom? I really need to go.”
Kyle has held a variety of job titles through the years: radio announcer, voice actor, English teacher, delivery driver, missionary, wedding DJ, comedian and several other things that he may have forgotten because his memory isn’t always the best, which is why he writes things down.
Kyle Born spends much of his time building in his Lego Room (Star Wars, Castle, Pirates), playing video games (Mario, Rocket League, XCOM, Zelda) and watching his favourite football team, the Green Bay Packers—he even owns a share of the team (for real!). He lives in Cranbrook, B.C., with his bodacious wife, Becky, and two little kids, Augustus and Annabelle. There aren’t any pets in the Born household because Kyle has allergies. But if he sees you walking your dog, he will stop and pet it because dogs are cool.
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Miracle of America Museum in Polson, Montana, contains vintage snowmobile items dating back to the 1940s that have been procured by founder Gil Mangelsby Kyle Born
For vintage sled enthusiasts, there are a number of museums worth exploring to take in the history of the sportby Kyle Born
Chantelle Bourgeau, creator of She-Riderz, a sled feature page for female riders, is inspiring sledders to push their limitsby Kyle Born
John Trumbley, president of the Flin Flon Border Explorers Snowmobile Club, hails his club and community for rallying together to win SledTown ShowDownby Kyle Born
Every SledTown ShowDown contest winner and provincial champion is chronicled for convenient referenceby Kyle Born
From 64 Western Canadian snowmobiling destinations, Flin Flon, Manitoba, has emerged as the SledTown ShowDown 2022 championby Kyle Born
Kyle and Cassandra Mainville, owners of Mainville ATV and Outdoors in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, record and photograph their most epic powersports adventuresby Kyle Born
Denny and Chris Steigerwald held their snowmobile-themed wedding ceremony at Idaho Park’s Two Top Mountainby Kyle Born
For passionate sledders, there’s one sure way to stand out from the rest: A snowmobile-themed weddingby Kyle Born
See some slick photos of our provincial SledTown ShowDown winners: McBride, B.C., Swan Hills, Alberta, Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, and Flin Flon Manitobaby Kyle Born
4 snowmobiling destinations go head-to-head during Round 5 of SledTown ShowDown 2022by Kyle Born
Alysha “Axxe” Vlahovich encourages everyone to let their soul shine through the mystical power of motorsportsby Kyle Born
8 snowmobiling destinations go head-to-head during Round 4 of SledTown ShowDown 2022by Kyle Born