Check out these groovy shots of rad riders on their snow bikes
Gone are the days when dirt bike riders are forced to put their off-road motorcycles away for the winter. With the advent of snow bike kits, they can now convert their dirt bikes to run on the snow. It’s called snow biking or snow moto, and it’s a new sport that is growing in Western Canada and the Western United States. Here, we recognize the riders, such as Reagan Sieg, Brock Hoyer, Cory Derpak and Brett Turcotte, who are pushing the snow bike sport to new limits. We also take a look at the different snow bike manufacturers—including Timbersled, Yeti Snow MX, 2Moto (RadiX), Moto-Trax, Holeshot Inc. (Snow Ripper) and Arctic Cat (SVX 450). And we cover snow bike news, as well as racing and riding stories.
Here are some tips for dirt bike riders who are transitioning to a snow bike.by Trish Drinkle
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing's Colton Haaker earns the Silver Medal at the 2017 Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado.
Alberta’s Cody Matechuk is bringing his two-wheeled A-game to the snow bike playing field this winter.by Kirsten Armleder
Camso is recognized for highly engineered, top performing and reliable products delivered with short lead times.
Timbersled is about breaking boundaries, going new places, and experiencing new terrain in what used to be the off-season for dirt bike riders.
The patented SVX 450 snow bike is designed to provide an exciting new riding experience for riders who want the lightest, most affordable vehicle.