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A turquoise 94 Safari snowmobile.
Old Sled Zone

Old Sled Zone: 94 Safari with 370 original miles

Scott Sandquist got this 94 Safari snowmobile for $800. Best of all, it only has 370 original miles on it

by Kyle Born
A snowmobiler gets air in the sunshine.
SledTown ShowDown

SledTown ShowDown 2021 Preseason: Your vote counts!

SnoRiders readers vote for the most worthy SledTowns to advance to the final bracket of SledTown ShowDown 2021

by Kyle Born
A woman sits on an electric snow scooter.
SledLife

The Top 10 SnoRiders stories of 2020

We’ve chosen our favourite 10 SnoRiders stories that are worthy of a second read

by Kyle Born
A red, white and blue truck with Avalanche Canada written on the side, parked in the mountains.
Snowmobiling safety, British Columbia

Special Public Avalanche Warning issued for much of Western Canada until Sunday, Dec. 27, 2020

The snowpack is currently in a precarious state throughout these regions due to the presence of a critical weak layer 60–100 centimetres below the snow surface

A group of snwomobilers gather around a campfire to socialize.
Club News

Ed Klim, President of the ISMA, says Take a Friend Snowmobiling

Ed Klim, President of the ISMA, recommends taking friends snowmobiling to share the fun of the sport with others

by Ed Klim, President of the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
Cassidy Buss stands in front of a carport door with an award.
Club News, Snoman

Snoman announces Excellence Award winners

Snoman's Excellence Awards named the province's Outstanding Snowmobiler and Outstanding Snowmobile Club

Wayne Vandersteen wears a Snoman hat and blue jacket.
Club News, Snoman

Introducing Snoman’s new President: Wayne Vandersteen

Wayne Vandersteen is joined on the executive committee by Jason Wiebe as vice president and Alan Butler as treasurer

by Wayne Vandersteen, President of Snoman
Kadie McCallum wears a pink helmet with a green and black coat and rides a blue and green snowmobile through a snowstorm.
Meet the Rider

Getting to know the rider behind the award-winning sled wrap: Kadie McCallum

Kadie McCallum, winner of SnoRiders’ 2020 Best Sled Wrap Contest, discusses the positive impact of her entirely customized blue and green 2018 Ski-Doo 850

by Kyle Born
A bald man shows of a baseball cap that reads FSA
Club News, BC Snowmobile Federation

Fernie Snowmobile Association makes big moves

Fernie Snowmobile Association summarizes exciting news as they ramp up for winter 2020/2021 operations

A snowmobiler does a wheelie in the midst of a cloud of snow.
Meet the Rider

Rad Rider Travis Alley: Snowmobiling social media influencer

Travis Alley lives the dream as a snowmobiling Instagrammer in Lake Tahoe, California

by Kyle Born
A red ATV lies in a crumpled heap next to a railway track.
Snowmobiling safety, Manitoba

Railway-related fatalities involving snowmobilers continue despite warnings

Dean Solowan, police constable and community service officer, Alberta Region, has life-saving safety advice for snowmobilers

by Kyle Born
An old 1980 Enticer 340 snowmobile.
Old Sled Zone

Old Sled Zone: 1980 Enticer 340

Scott Cory can't stop raving about his 1980 Enticer 340 snowmobile

by Kyle Born
A row of four snowmobiles drive towards the camera.
SnoRiders Insider, Manitoba

Ed Klim, President of the ISMA, says this winter looks promising

"This winter looks and feels like it will be a great time for the snowmobile community" — Ed Klim, President of the ISMA

by Ed Klim, President of the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
A green snowmobiler gets air off of a jump at the top of a mountain next to a snow covered tree.
SledLife

How to be a stellar snowmobiling Instagrammer

Travis Alley, snowmobiling social media influencer in Lake Tahoe, California, explains how to stand out in a crowded social media space

by Travis Alley
Brittney Dickson sits on her snowmobile while looking at her laptop in the mountains.
Snowmobiling safety, Golden, BC

Take a COVID-safe avalanche safety course to get set for winter

Brittney Dickson, owner of Stay Wild Backcountry Skills in Golden, B.C., is brining avalanche safety training online

by Kyle Born
A computer showing the new Revelstoke Snowmobile Club website.
Club News

Revelstoke Snowmobile Club reveals new website

The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club, which is the largest of its kind in B.C. with over 800 members, has launched a new website

Yvonne Rideout wears black clothes while sitting on a yellow snowmobile inside of a beige building.
Club News, Snoman

A COVID conversation with Yvonne Rideout, executive director of Snoman in Manitoba

Yvonne Rideout, executive director of Snoman Inc. in Manitoba, explains what snowmobilers can and can’t do amidst COVID-19

by Kyle Born
A snowmobiler dressed in black on a black snowmobile rides along a trail in the snow.
Club News, Alberta Snowmobile Association

The ASA is celebrating its 50th anniversary with few resources but a strong desire to ride

Chris Brookes, executive director of the Alberta Snowmobile Association, discusses the trials on the trails presented by COVID-19

by Chris Brookes, ASA executive director
Snowmobiles are parked in front of a log cabin. People gather on the porch to visit with each other.
SnoRiders Insider, Manitoba

ISMA reveals intriguing snowmobiling stats and facts

We've compiled the most compelling facts and figures from the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association's (ISMA) 2020 annual manufacturers update

SledLife

Carving a timeline of snowmobile history

From past to present, SnoRiders takes a look at the inventions that shaped the sport of snowmobiling.

by Kirsten Armleder