For vintage sled enthusiasts, there are a number of museums worth exploring to take in the history of the sportby 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
What's your style? Trail, mountain, crossover, powder or hill climbing?by Trish Drinkle
From Rupp to John Deere to a museum full of vintage sleds, these old snowmobiles will make you say “WOW!”by Kyle Born
Jessica Rainville, Rad Rider in Massey, Ontario, rides her dirt bikes 365 days a yearby Kyle Born
We ask powersports store owners, sales staff and others within the industry about the most popular snowmobiles from Arctic Cat, Polaris, Ski-Doo and Yamaha.by Kyle Born
We polled our readers to find out which snowmobile manufacturer is their favouriteby Kyle Born
Calvin Robinson has a sweet-looking 1976 Yamaha SRX 340 factory race sled
British Columbian Brock Hoyer came away with bronze at the X Games in Aspen, Coloradoby Allison Kennedy Davies
The successful Yamaha Enticer series was known for their high speed performance capabilities - the original muscle sled.
These popular Yamaha machines featured some of the industry's leading edge snowmobile technology of the day.