Here is a picture of Brian Jochman working on his technique at his super secret snowcross track. His XCR was equipped with a set of PSI triple pipes, a Hot Seat clutch kit, 120 Woody's studs, and 8" Woody's carbides. (We say "was" because he has recently
Marcel writes: Here's a picture of my sled, a 1979 Yamaha 250 Enticer. I Paid $1000 (Canadian) for it back in '91. The suspension was raised (front and rear) by 2 inches for better (ha ha) snow performance.
Here`s a picture of my Indy 400 that I built from scratch. I started with an `85 bulkhead and new tunnel, and then installed a 400 motor that was bored to a 440. The jackshaft, driveshaft, chaincase w/liquid cooled brake, and rear suspension came from a w
Rob Krzan from Silver Bow Montana sent us this information about his '94 Polaris called "XXXtreme Attitude": "Mods include Ekholm Skis and Skid Plate, DG Mountain Bar and Lightweight Silencer, Cobra Sport Tech windshield, Sno-stuff light cover, Staring Li
Blake Schoenbeck says: After finally moving out of the city, I wanted to learn how to ride a snowmobile. Of course, I did not want to learn how to ride on a used sled, so my first purchase last year after moving to the wilds of Vermont was a 1999 Arctic C
Brian Moore decided he didn't want to "work his way up" so his first sled is this 1999 Thundercat. On a recent trip to Lochalsh, Ontario, he put over 600 miles on his well studded Kitty in three days of riding. He claims his Cat is a tad hard on gas, but
Chuck Conner writes: Here is one of the many jumps we make in the Alaska Range. Here I am on a 97 XLT RMK. It had to have a new hood and I still haven't added the decals, but I have added a widening kit and fox shocks. The rack isn't all that great in the
I'm Billy Stannard, and this is my 1997 ZL 440 Mountain Cat, with a 2" paddle track. This snowmachine is undoubtedly one of the best snowmachines I have ridden. The trail riding is good with it, because it turns easy and rides smooth. When we go mountain
Mark Helms sent us this picture of his sled carving a turn in some powder. Mark says: This picture was taken in the spring of 1999, in the Utah mountains, after receiving a fresh 24 inches of light fluffy stuff. I am on a 1999 Polaris RMK 700. Don't let t
Bruce Finnegan, aka Biggdawg, from Waverly, Iowa sent this picture. Bruce says: This picture was taken in December of 1997, in Avon Colorado. There was 3 feet of fresh powder and I was taking my new 1998 700 RMK on it's first ride when I got this great pi
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