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Cat Attacks! 2024 Catalyst is ready to feed.

By Jason Kawczynski Ever been to a mosh pit? If you were at the release of the brand new Arctic Cat chassis at Haydays this

September 15, 2022 Anchor of the Month, Buzz
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“I want to cross Lake Ontario on a Snowmobile” Henry Bieda

Since the 1960’s, stories of water crossings on snowmobiles have long been told around the fireplace with grandpa, and during the late nights spent in

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Yamaha 2023 All the Time in The World When there’s no need to wrench on sleds gives you days to just ride!

By Jason Kawczynski   By now, you have likely read up on the 2023 Yamaha lineup released in late March. Yamaha was the last of

April 21, 2022 Anchor of the Month, Sleds
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Ski-Doo 2023 Doo-ing it again! No stopping the #1 sled manufacturer with a new chassis, tech, and more!

  Hats off to the folks in Valcourt! The engineers, planners, products managers, and many more folks at Ski-Doo did not have to bring the

April 21, 2022 Anchor of the Month, Buzz, Sleds
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Arctic Cat 2023 All the intel and a look into the future

If looking good is more than half the battle than Cat is winning! We broke down all the sleds simply by looks as a fun

April 21, 2022 Anchor of the Month, Buzz, Sleds
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MY 2023 Polaris More power please, and thank you! Factory boost and big bore!

By Jason Kawczynski   Since the release of a factory 2-stroke turbo mountain sled two seasons ago, flatland riders across North America have been salivating

April 21, 2022 Anchor of the Month, Buzz, Sleds
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Battle Ground 146! Trails to trees, 4 sleds for total confidence in all conditions

By Mark Boncher   Just go man! No not like Loyd in the movie Dumb and Dumber, but if you just want to get out

April 11, 2022 Anchor of the Month, Buzz, Sleds
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Don’t Diss the Ditch! Best big bump trail sleds of 2022.

By Mark Boncher Just Send It!!! Maybe not like Larry Enticer, although the entertainment level is usually high whenever you hear your friends telling each

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Let Them Eat! Mach Z, Thundercat, SRX are the pinnacle of hypersleds.

Written By Mark Boncher Perform throttle therapy with precision! That’s what the newest group of stock, lake-racer sleds can do for you. There is a

December 30, 2021 Anchor of the Month, Buzz, Features, Sleds
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Boost Versus Boost! Two turbo 2-stroke titans do battle!

Written By Mark Boncher It is official, we have dueling turbo 2-stroke mountain sleds, direct from totally separate OEMs! Sure, we’ve had plenty of 4-stroke

December 28, 2021 Anchor of the Month, Features, Sleds
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First Burn, Yamaha XTX SE 146 Always on!

Written By Mark Boncher From Maine to Wyoming, or New Brunswick to British Columbia, the turbo power from the Sidewinder XTX SE is ALWAYS ON!

December 22, 2021 Anchor of the Month, Buzz, Features, Sleds
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Polaris Matryx VR1 850 The next step in ultimate Polaris trail performance

Written By Mark Boncher Everyone loves sleds that are easy to ride. The new Matryx VR1 850 is one of those sleds. In the past,

December 20, 2021 Anchor of the Month, Buzz, Features, Sleds, Tech
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MY 2022 Arctic Cat Good Time to Buy Anytime!

By Jason Kawczynski   Something on the floor! That’s what Cat dealers asked for, and Arctic gave it to them! If you recall, last year

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MY 2022 Polaris & Timbersled More Power, More Mods, More Matryx, More Mojo!

By Mark Boncher   Polaris has a star and they know it! The Matryx platform is the newest red carpet darling on the full size

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MY 2022 Ski-Doo & Lynx BRP Opens the Floodgates!

By Mark Boncher   Better than the Beatles? This European invasion is certainly going to go down as a famous move at a highpoint in

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MY 2022 Yamaha Feeding the Expectation Beast

From Jeff Steenbakkers Each spring, when it comes time for the manufacturers to introduce the new batch of snowmobiles to the public, we “the public”

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Sexy Sixes 600cc could not be more fun

No reason, there is no reason! That was the reaction I got from several of our riders this year when asked if they needed an

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Matryx Assault Improves On A Great Thing

We play this game all the time off-trail, or even on trail… you or your riding partner(s) challenge each other to either make it through

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Anchor of the Month: ’86 Yamaha Inviter

Name: 1986 Yamaha Inviter Color: Sassy gold over sexy brown. Length: 95.9” (243.5cm) Width: 40.4” (102.6cm) Height: 43.4”” (110.2cm) Weight (dry): 384lbs (174.1kg) Birth Date:

February 06, 2012 Anchor of the Month, Departments, Sleds
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Anchor of the Month – 1991 Arctic Cat Prowler Special

Name: 1991 Arctic Cat Prowler Special Color: Deep Cat black, with purple and green accents… what else would you expect? Length: 108.5” (275.6cm) Width: 41.5”

December 06, 2011 Anchor of the Month, Departments, Sleds
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