Along with the Timbersled ARO 120 and the new Timbersled ARO 129 LE, there’s the Timbersled ARO 137 for the deepest snow and steepest climbs.
The new Incredible Ride Collection features clothing and collectable items that commemorate Hibbert’s legendary career accomplishments and victories.
"We outpaced the North American powersports industry with impressive growth in retail this quarter," said José Boisjoli, president and CEO of BRP Inc.
The BRP booth, including Ski-Doo snowmobiles and Can-Am products, will again have a large presence and a couple new twists for 2018.
This new law means that people convicted of driving while intoxicated – regardless of the vehicle they’re driving – will lose their driver’s license.
Manitou’s addition to the Marine Group further solidifies BRP’s position in this market.
Team 68 recorded $12,534 in donations at this year’s Walk for Wishes.
Many families have discovered that snowmobiling is a great winter recreational activity.by International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
The addition of the unit will enable the Inuvik CCGA to increase coverage to a number of remote locations and assist residents in emergency situations.
The two parties have reached an agreement for the acquisition of Camso and the integration of its off-road operations with those of Michelin
The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club has a need for a growth-minded General Manager
This acquisition will allow BRP to leverage the strength and reputation of two iconic marine industry players - Alumacraft Boat and Evinrude.
Since 2016, Hibbert’s Team 68 has raised over $21,000 for Make-A-Wish Minnesota through the Walk for Wishes event.
“Our momentum continues with strong gains and we are outperforming in all product lines,” says Jose Boisjoli, President and CEO of BRP Inc.
Boat Holdings is the largest manufacturer of pontoon boats in the U.S., one of the largest and fastest growing segments in the marine industry.
The Snowmobiler Association of Nova Scotia will be hosting the 50th Annual International Snowmobile Congress in Halifax, June 13 to 16.
After 25 years of chasing checkered flags in snowmobile competition, Tucker Hibbert announced that he is officially retiring from the racing circuit.