Win a complete set of shocks for your sled!
Elka Suspension is doing a huge sweepstake via their Facebook page for a complete set of front, center and rear shocks of your choice for any snowmobile currently listed on their applications charts and their web site.
All you have to do is click the link below to enter via Facebook:
If you don’t have a Facebook account, you can still enter the sweepstake via Elka’s web site here:
You can increase your chances to win by sharing the sweepstake link to invite your friends after you are entered. Each friend you refer gives you an extra chance to win.
The winner will be randomly selected on October 31st, 2017!
Elka Suspension was founded in 2000 by the association of the three current owners. In its first years, the company focused mainly on performance and racing ATVs. By then, the stock suspension on those vehicles was not as refined as it was on motorcycles, which left a lot of room for improvement. Our company has been the first to offer separate external adjusters for high- and low-speed compression for ATV applications.
We quickly became one of the leading suspension manufacturers with our unique philosophy: every customer deserves the same high-quality products and attention as any professional racer, regardless of their riding abilities. We believe that professional racers are not the only ones who deserve the performance of a custom-built suspension system. What works for them should also be put to work for you. That’s why we use our valuable racing experience to develop advanced shock absorbers and make them available to everyone.
From the beginning, we have been committed to our customers. Our company has earned its reputation one customer at a time by offering truly custom-built suspension products, delivered within the fastest turnaround time in the industry and backed by the best customer service. Our staff has always been composed of dedicated people with a strong passion for the sport; we truly live and breathe for racing and riding. Racing has taught us many things: most importantly, that it takes dedication and hard work to take the lead position — then even more to stay up front.