Join BRP, our fellow members of ISMA, and the entire snowmobile community — including BRP President and CEO José Boisjoli — in taking The Pledge to preserve access to our favorite winter playgrounds and snowmobile trails.
Since the inception of the first snowmobile trail system, our sport has depended on access to private and public lands. Trespassing and illegal off-trail riding is threatening that snowmobiling access. This is why we’re asking all our passionate riders to stand with us and take The Pledge to ride only where it’s allowed, so we can ensure our sport continues to flourish today, and for future generations of riders.
I realize that illegal off trail riding is closing access for all snowmobilers and endangering our riding freedoms. This is about more than my personal rights or my wishes - this is about the good of the entire community.
"I have been snowmobiling with my family since I was 5 years old. Keeping access to all the places that I have been fortune enough to ride is why I have taken The Pledge."
"I’m taking the pledge to preserve our sport for the future, so I can continue to share this great sport with my daughter and the next generation of riders."
"Happy landowners = happy sledders. Respecting access to private land and staying on the trail is the only way to keep them open. That’s why I’m taking The Pledge."
"Take the Pledge initiative is the most concrete way for me to protect the development of our sport."
"I’m taking the pledge because I’m grateful to the property owners who share it with us. Think twice before making that fresh set of tracks."
"I’m taking The Pledge to respect riding boundaries in the backcountry and on the trails. It’s the only way to preserve our access to winter’s beautiful playgrounds."