Silverstar Hillclimb Through the Eyes of a Young Racer... April 21, 2017 | Colton Olstad
Hillclimb 2017 at SilverStar Mountain Resort... April 19, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Mechanics — the Most Interesting People in the World... April 16, 2017 | Patrick Garbutt
The Next Generation Doesn’t Want to Sled Anyway, Do They?... April 14, 2017 | Marty Anderson
Yamafest 2017 — Good Times, Good People... April 12, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Top 5 Mountain Weather Forecast Apps/Sites... April 8, 2017 | Andy Messner
Test Ride: 2018 Ski-doo Summit 165″ & 175″... April 7, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
TGFG photo Saturday, April 8, 2017 will be the date for the annual Yamafest event, presented by Yamaha Motor Canada. The event will take place at Boulder Mountain, Revelstoke BC. Sledders are welcome to demo ride one of several 2018 Yamaha Sidewinder M-TX on hand between 10:30am and 2:00pm …
Sometimes the potential in a sled is more important than its actual accomplishments, and if you have enough potential you could win an MLT or “Most Likely To” award. The winners of our categories have gone above and beyond in proving their valuable worth to the snowmobiling community with what they are Most Likely To accomplish.
Riding conditions have been amazing over the last week. Spring riding is certainly a roll of the dice as you never know what to expect although so far the alpine has been getting regular reloads of nice, cold snow.
By now we know the outcome of the Lynx Adventure: Antarctica team of four that attempted to cross Antarctica and reach the South Pole on snowmobiles. They didn’t make it. An Antarctica Documentary has been released which tells the story of what happened and what went wrong. Odds were …
Yup spring has arrived! We are losing snow pretty quickly in the valley now, but the alpine conditions around the coast are still killer. Freezing levels are rising but it’s been staying cool above 1600m the past couple of days and will continue to sit around that level.
The sledder, who was reportedly travelling alone with his transceiver off, was buried 2m beneath the avalanche debris. Two nearby snowmobilers had heard the engine sound of a distant snowmobile stop and happened to notice a cloud of white in the distance.
The Province of BC has announced a one-time $5 million contribution for the 80 recognized ground Search and Rescue (SAR) groups across the province