Snowmobiling



Snowmobile Life Photos II: What’s Hot & Not

Snow Goer hot Not 555

By John Prusak
December 16, 2014

It’s that time of year again: Snowmobile season is upon us. Sure, not every riding location has snow, and much of the Snowbelt just “weathered” warm weather. But in other parts, people are riding, and the we’re sure the snow will start filling in the other spots soon. It’s... Read more »

Snowmobile Life Photos: What’s Hot & What’s Not

rocky for slider

By John Prusak
June 23, 2014

Since its re-launch in 1990, each issue of Snow Goer magazine has included a What’s Hot/What’s Not section, featuring images of snowmobile life captured and submitted by readers. The images below are from the November 2012 issue of Snow Goer. If you have some photos of your snowmobiling... Read more »

Countdown To December: Today’s Snowmobiling Image

snowmobile in Bayfield, WI

November 17, 2013

Here at Snow Goer magazine, we’re inviting readers to join us in a Countdown To December, as we eagerly look forward to a new riding season. Each day, we’ll post a new image that portrays the best of snowmobiling and making snowmobiling memories here on SnowGoer.com. We’ll also post images on our... Read more »

Countdown To December: Today’s Snowmobiling Image

Snow Goer magazine Tressel Inn

By John T. Prusak
November 15, 2013

Here at Snow Goer magazine, we’re inviting readers to join us in a Countdown To December, as we eagerly look forward to a new riding season. Each day, we’ll post a new image that portrays the best of snowmobiling and making snowmobiling memories here on SnowGoer.com. We’ll also post... Read more »

Friday’s Fast Five: When Animals Attack (Snowmobilers)

Many snowmobilers have had a close call with a deer in the northwoods.

By John Prusak
May 25, 2012

When I was 18 or 19 years old and still thought I had a chance to “be somebody” in the sport of bicycle racing, I was out for a late-night (1 a.m.) ride in Minneapolis’ western suburbs when I sensed something moving in the ditch to my right. I stayed in the tuck position and watched as a whitetail... Read more »

Friday’s Fast Five: Top 5 Snacks When Snowmobiling

Mmmm... is there anything better than a bag of jerky when out riding?

April 27, 2012

When you’re out on a couple-hundred mile snowmobile trail ride or a long stretch of playing in the powder out West, nothing is more irritating than having a friend pull out a snack and realizing that you forgot to bring anything for yourself. Again. You stare longingly at his snack while making small... Read more »

Remembering Adena Cook, A Champion For Snowmobiling

Adena Cook

April 6, 2012

The snowmobiling and off-road recreation communities lost a giant Thursday, April 5, when Adena Cook passed away. She was 71. Adena Cook Cook is best known in snowmobiling and off-roading for her many years of service with the BlueRibbon Coalition, a powerful land access organization. According to the... Read more »

The Forecast Calls For Winter

October 6 in Utah -- fall mixed with winter

October 19, 2011

I’ve seen it – the snow is coming! Two weeks ago, I found myself in central Utah for the Tread Lightly board of directors meeting. Before I got there, it was in the mid-70s. After I left? It was supposed to get back into the 70s. While I was there? SNOW, BABY!! October 6 in Utah -- fall mixed with... Read more »

Snowmobiling on the U.S. and Canadian Border in Maine

boondocking

March 2, 2011

Hanging off New England like a hitchhiker’s thumb, Maine is one of the most intriguing places a traveler can visit within the 2-plus billion acres of the United States. Sporting 3,478 miles of coastline, much more than California’s 840, Maine’s roundabout Atlantic seashore appeals to those who... Read more »

Snowmobile Racing Would Cost Less Under New ISOC Plan

August 27, 2008

The new International Series of Champions (ISOC) race circuit is expected to pick up where the World PowerSports Association (WPSA) dropped out, but officials want to do more than sanction snocross races. It hopes to reduce the financial strain for racers and support snowmobiling. According to the proposal... Read more »

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