Ski-Doo Win 2018 Cains Quest

    Billed as one of the most demanding snowmobile races in the world, Cain’s Quest kicked off Friday March 2, 2018 with 41 teams departing Labrador City hoping to cover 3100km of grueling terrain in the remote reaches of Newfoundland and Labrador on Canada’s eastern coast. With only 17 of 41 teams successfully crossing the finish line, the endurance and durability of both man and machine are on full display – and both Ski-Doo snowmobiles and racers answered the call with authority!

    Still the Ultimate Snowmobile Helmet

    A snowmobile helmet that’s “lightyears ahead.” That was the marketing slogan for BRP’s BV2S helmets when they hit the market in 2003. It’s a statement that’s turned out to be true so far, as no other company has come close to designing anything quite like the helmet that’s transformed the snowmobiling experience for so many, and continues to do so to this day.

    E-TEC Engine Origins

    How did an outboard marine engine company help revolutionize and develop the world’s most advanced 2-stroke snowmobile engines? With BRP and Rotax on the verge of celebrating a decade worth of E-TEC snowmobile engine innovation in Model Year 2019, we look back over the last 10 years (and beyond), as well as what the future might hold for Ski-Doo E-TEC engines.

    Ski-Doo Open House 2017 Schedule

    All across North America, Ski-Doo dealers are hosting fantastic open house events with food, games, giveaways, kids’ events, product specials and demos, and much more! It’s the best place to share sled stories with great friends and find great deals on sleds, riding gear, and the accessories you need to make the coming winter one you’ll never forget!

    High Tech Snowmobile Gear: Sympatex Technology


    As fast as you can, name the first three words that come to mind when you’re considering new snowmobile gear. We’re willing to bet those words were, “Windproof, waterproof, and breathable.” Those three characteristics are essential for riding gear. It’s how we’ve been conditioned, but what makes for truly great gear?