Lots of side-by-side vehicles were on display at this year’s show. This tricked out Can-Am Commander was kept meticulously clean by special “waxing” models outfitted with lifted shoes for those hard to reach spots atop the cab.
At times this area resembled a kissing booth with the amount of Arctic Cat followers paying full respect to the new line-up.
The OSM Polaris Ultimate Adventure Trip was a huge hit, as thousands registered to win an unforgettable trip to Quebec later this season. Check out www.osm-mag.com for your chance to enter.
Longer than a line at Tim Horton’s offering free Double-Doubles, the crowds were thick all weekend long.
Pensioners need not apply, Ski-Doo knew what market would be interested in the Freeride as seen here. If you didn’t know, the available sticker kits should have been a good indication.
Royal Distributing once again had a huge booth at the show and gave away more than $100,000 in gift cards and prizes throughout the weekend. Their big box store style checkouts made for hassle free purchases.Royal also showed their support to organized snowmobiling by donating $8500 to OFSC districts.
The Antique and Classic Snowmobile Club of Canada had a choice display of classic iron on display. No question, old sleds attract a crowd quicker than free denture cream at a nursing home.
The pink alley set the mood in Hall 2 in support of the Kelly Shires Snow Run taking place February 3, 4, 5, 2012 at Hidden Valley.
In between demonstrating moves from Michael Jackson’s Thriller video, the boys from Legend trailers showed off their latest aluminum haulers.
The new John Deere XUV-S4 four passenger UTV is big, as illustrated by this excited customer.
Back for a second season, reps from Split Rail Skis discussed the benefits of their dual axis skis. By weekend’s end, all had lost their voice after delivering the golden sales pitch time and time again.
A common sight at this year’s show.
“What kind of Phones are these and why are they so big Mommy? Are they stuck to the wall? How are they supposed to fit in your pocket?”
Woody’s traction products in conjunction with Braand sold these t-shirts and chance to win a custom painted Fly Racing helmet. Proceeds were donated to spinal research in an effort to help athletes recover and ride again.
Freestyle riders Mullin, Hoyer and St. John threw down and proved they still look good in pajamas.
If you’d like to be the Hero of your Club, you should have filled out a ballot at the Show in October. Good news, you still can online at www.osm-mag.com. OSM, TISAPS and MTN Snow Equipment are giving away this drag to a snowmobile Club… Enter to WIN.
Hmmm…bees with checkers or angry kitty with flames… decorating the rear window of your truck is fraught with tough decisions.
Kawasaki pulled the sheets back at the Show and found a Teryx 4. The Show is a great place to see new products first hand.
An unmolested, still in the crate, 250 S/T Mercury was on display inside the CPI Recreational Products/Phantom Snowmobiles booth. It was NOT for sale.