How to prepare your used mountain sled for winter

    From Backcountry Expert Bret Rasmussen


    Getting your snowmobile ready for the season is an important part of any rider’s pre-season regimen. For some of us, it evens borders on a religious experience. With visions of deep snow and epic mountain views in the near future, it’s time to get your sled ready to ride! Watch as Bret Rasmussen of Ride Rasmussen Style walks you through his essential pre-season checklist for your mountain snowmobile.
    How to prepare your new mountain sled for winter

    From Backcountry Expert Bret Rasmussen


    Your new snowmobile is finally here, and you’ve posted it all over social media to prove it! We know you’re proud of it, but before you hit the snow, there’s a few things you may want to adjust or know how to do before you hit the snow. Ski-Doo Brand Ambassador Bret Rasmussen walks you through his checklist of the must-knows before that first ride.

    How to prepare your sled for winter

    From Backcountry Expert Jeremy Mercier

    The air is getting cooler, the leaves are changing, and you are pacing around the house driving your wife crazy. So, get that sled out of storage and give it some love before the snow flies. Here’s my check list for getting your sled ready for a new season of “That Ski-Doo Feeling!” 

    XPS Snowmobile Bucket List


    Whether you keep them in a bucket, on a shelf or somewhere else, XPS lubricants, maintenance and cleaning products are the best way to keep your snowmobile performing up to its fullest potential and looking its showroom best.

    With a full lineup of everything you need from daily ride prep to long-term storage and DIY maintenance, XPS products are engineered to exceed the needs of even the most demanding riders and conditions on the planet.

    5 Cool Things About Ski-Doo


    Since the advent of motorized over-the-snow travel by Ski-Doo founder J.A. Bombardier, the Ski-Doo brand has been committed to one thing: Providing winter enthusiasts around the world with the best ride on snow.