Your sled’s windshield contributes to the look and personality of your sled – but it’s also the most important factor in your warmth and comfort. With today’s riding gear technology and layering, we change our riding gear to match the variety of weather conditions we encounter snowmobiling. We’ve made it extremely easy to do the same thing with your sled’s windshield.
In addition to the no-tool attachment system, where you merely plug the windshield into the rubber mounts, we offer a huge variety of windshield sizes, shapes and prices, so you’ll find the ones that fit the riding conditions, your height and the look you want on your sled.
Introducing the 2017 Ski-Doo MXZx 600RS racing snowmobile designed specifically to attack North American snocross tracks. The sled will feature revised clutching, improved progressive coupling system and a refined slip gear that results in better holeshots, acceleration and traction with even more durability.
By Jeremy Mercier, Ski-Doo Backcountry Expert
This time of year can be brutal for us snowmobilers. Just enough snow to tease us but not enough to ride. I like to take advantage of this time to get into shape and explore new zones on foot before the real snow arrives.
It’s time to kick-off the snowmobile season with the biggest event in the sport – Hay Days in Lindstrom, Minn. September 10-11. Again, Ski-Doo will have a massive presence, helping you get stoked for winter.
Here’s what you will find...
If you’ve been snowmobiling the past few years, you’ve surely noticed more and more crossover sleds out there. Crossover is currently the fastest growing segment in snowmobiling. What’s behind this trend?