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Backcountry Rider Preston Turk’s Extreme Machine


September 11, 2014

Again this year at the Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo, Snow Goer magazine will celebrate the tricked-out backcountry carvers and hillclimbers with its Rocky Mountain Extreme Machines display. Riders willing to bring their sled to the October show can apply, and the snowmobiles chosen will be not only... Read more »

Fan Favorite Levi LaVallee Retires From Snocross

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By John Prusak
September 9, 2014

Longtime fan favorite Levi LaVallee announced Saturday that he is retiring from active participation in snocross racing, though don’t expect the popular 32-year-old to disappear from the radar anytime soon. LaVallee, from Longville, Minnesota, said he will no longer compete in the ISOC Amsoil Championship... Read more »

New Shocks, Graphics On Polaris 2015 IQ Race Sled


By John Prusak
September 8, 2014

This is the 2015 Polaris IQ Race Sled. Many changes have been made through the years, but this season will be the 11th year Polaris drivers have raced this platform. A new Walker Evans shock package that some of the top Pro teams have been testing for the past couple of seasons will now be stock equipment... Read more »

Arctic Cat Unveils Two New 2015 Race Sleds


By John Prusak
September 8, 2014

Arctic Cat has made a habit of unveiling a race sled and maybe one other surprise consumer sled or two at the annual Haydays Grass Drags & Swap Meet. This year, they followed suit, although the focus was primarily on racing… for now. Trail riders should pay attention, however: There could be cues... Read more »

2015 Ski-Doo MX Zx Race Sled Unveiled


September 8, 2014

Ski-Doo Platinum Club members had the chance to see the 2015 Ski-Doo MX Zx 600RS up close. After a long, long wait Friday evening during a special event for Ski-Doo Platinum Club members, Ski-Doo officials pulled the wraps off its 2015 MX Zx 600RS racer. There were extensive changes made to the 2014... Read more »

Wanted: Rocky Mountain Extreme Machine Snowmobiles

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September 5, 2014

A lot of riders in mountain states and provinces like to modify their sleds for their intended purpose, but you’d be hard-pressed to find more souped-up, tricked-out backcountry carvers and hillclimbers than can be spotted in Colorado. Why is that? Because the riding in Colorado is typically higher... Read more »

Unguided Snowmobile Trips Into Yellowstone Now Available – For Lottery Winners

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By John Prusak
September 3, 2014

Are you feeling lucky, fellow snowmobiler? Then you may want to enter the lottery – not the one that’ll make you a multi-millionaire, but rather the one that may allow you and up to four friends to be one of the first to ride a snowmobile in Yellowstone National Park without a formal, commercial... Read more »

Yamaha SR Viper Turbo Trail Kit Available Soon


August 29, 2014

Flatland riders of Yamaha SR Viper snowmobiles will be able to enjoy the extra power and exhilaration of turbo, thanks to a new kit that will be available this fall. Some SR Viper trail models will be sporting accessory MPI turbo kits similar to the one on this M-TX. Earlier this year, Yamaha announced... Read more »

Polaris 800 H.O.: Interview With The Engineer


August 22, 2014

A cutaway shows the three-stage variable exhaust for the new Polaris 800 H.O. engine. Some 2015 Polaris snowmobiles will feature the all-new 800 H.O. engine that uses interesting and new technology to make it more powerful, more fun and more reliable. For the full scoop about how the new engine was... Read more »

The Story Behind The 2015 Pantera: A Q&A With An Arctic Cat Engineer

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By John Prusak
August 21, 2014

Want the inside scoop on snowmobile technology? Look no further than Snow Goer magazine. The October 2014 that is in the mail right now (and hits newsstands on Tuesday, August 26), includes articles on new technology from each of the four snowmobile manufacturers. To read the story behind the development... Read more »

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