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?
At BRP we design our Ski-Doo snowmobiles to be easy to ride, modify and maintain. That’s certainly true when it comes to adding traction for optimum control in icy conditions – tracks are pre-marked for stud installation, we offer carbide runners of different sizes and now we have easy snap-in tunnel protectors for the 4th generation REV sleds. So if you’re adding more traction, we have you covered with the right parts.
Here is some advice from our experts on choosing and installing them.
Get to know Idaho-based Ski-Doo Backcountry Expert Tony Jenkins, in his own words.
If you stopped by to see the new Ski-Doo snowmobiles at a Spring Fever tour show, you had a chance to enter a contest to win $5,000 to use on any Ski-Doo items. Dan Deluke of New Hartford, New York is the big winner!
Dan entered the contest checking out the 2017 Ski-Doo sleds at the SnowFest show in Old Forge, NY.
One the the highlights of a trip to the birthplace and home of Ski-Doo snowmobiles is the J-Armand Bombardier Museum. The museum re-opened in June 2016 after an 18-month, $14 million total reimagining and it is a must-see for any snowmobile or transportation enthusiast.
Watch the video to take a tour of the new museum with Ski-Doo Backcountry Expert Carl Kuster and 2016 Iron Dog snowmobile race winners Tyson Johnson and Tyler Aklestad.