Spring Trip to Revelstoke for the 509 Film Shoot... June 23, 2017 | Ryan Phillips
A Tale of Two Houseguests June 20, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Get the Shot — Stevin Tuchiwsky June 16, 2017 | Tim Grey
Quads vs Sleds – Time to Be Honest June 12, 2017 | Marty Anderson
Arctic Cat Recalls 2700 Snowmobiles Due to Clutch Issue... June 8, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
BRP Celebrates Can-Am Spyder 10th Anniversary... June 6, 2017 | Mountain Sledder
Addicted to Late Season Snow June 3, 2017 | Colin Portice
The cost of a Search and Rescue effort to assist a backcountry user in distress can add up quickly. Many rescues require the use of helicopter time and specialized equipment, which can run the cost of a single rescue into the tens of thousands of dollars in short order. In most places, the …
Leading avalanche safety equipment manufacturer, Backcountry Access (BCA), has been purchased by New York private equity firm, Kohlberg & Co.
Backcountry Access is well known in the mountain snowmobile market for its avalanche safety tools, including shovels, probes, transceivers and avalanche airbags.
They saved the best for last. A late winter storm brought an epic dump of cold-smoke powder. And collaborators Julie-Ann Chapman and Jonathan Schramm were there to make the most of it. The fourth and final instalment of “Pemby Life” showcases a couple of days in which the crew, including a handful of other top …
Military veterans who are injured in action can have an especially difficult time integrating back into society after their duty.
Necessity is the mother of invention, and the people of Russia take this phrase to heart more than any other. Whether it be inventing a new form of snowmobile, or just a way to spend the time in a long and harsh winter, Russian creativity is second to none
Any storm dropping in excess of 20cms of snow will put this protocol in effect. If there is a sunny day following within 48 hours then that day shall automatically be deemed a provincial holiday. You don’t even need to call your boss, just go ride.
Overheating on the trail is a common problem in springtime. In this video tip, Chris Brown and Rob Alford offer an easy way to quickly cool your sled back to a safe operating temperature so you can keep moving. Awesome!
The thrill of racing was escalated by the atmosphere there: the sound of the announcer and the excitement in his voice, the music from the beer gardens and the smell from the food vendors. It was great to see the spectators enjoying themselves on the sidelines, on the chairlift or even up above enjoying the view from a helicopter ride.