20. January 2010
Here on "The Rock" snow has been scarce throughout most of the Island with the exception of a few key areas. One of of those snowmobile playgrounds is the infamous backcountry located in and around Newfoundlands Gros Morne National Park.
The impression I've been getting from snowmobile enthusiasts is they cannot wait to get their first ride in for the season, and are looking for any option to get them on the snow to relieve themselves of their addicting snowmobile adrenaline.
If you are in that predicament, you should do yourself a favor and book a week of accomodations at the Little Bear Lodge, nestled convienently on the outskirts of Gros Morne National Park on Bonne Bay Big Pond, Newfoundland , Canada.
Little Bear Lodge is an executive
style chalet located on the
beach of beautiful Bonne Bay
Big Pond just 20kms north of the
town of Deer Lake on the great
Northern Peninsula of
18. January 2010
The word is out and websites are slowly starting to reveal the truth about an early limited build 2010 MXZ-X and Summit releases, which has been rumoured for some time now. This is BIG NEWS in the snowmobile world as this engine's release will set the standard by which the other 2-stroke manufacturers will be compared. Here's the lowdown... [More]
3. December 2009
Chris Burandt, X-games Gold Medalist, Slednecks rider, and owner/tour guide of Burandts Backcountry Adventure, and unquestionably one of the most well rounded extreme snowmobile riders ever is officially piloting Polaris for the 2010 season.
The thought of seeing what chaos Chris will create on the hills aboard the Assualt had me heading to my local Polaris dealer, The Parts Center Ltd. , here in Corner Brook, Newfoundland & Labrador, to have another look at the 2010 800 Assault RMK. I'd hazard a guess there won't be many of these left on dealer floors by the time Christmas rolls around. [More]
26. November 2009
This year the Newfoundland and Labrador Snowmobile Federation is offering an online purchase option for your 2010 trail permit. It's easy to use, very convenient and you can buy yours today at nlsf.snowmobilepermits.com
Buy yours before Dec.2nd for $80 and save $20. [More]
25. November 2009
Special Thanks to all the SledAddicts who uploaded and emailed us their fantastic pictures. The new photo gallery upload feature will be online soon.
19. November 2009
Don't you love when it's time to buy a snowmobile. You can't deny it's an amazing feeling to bring the sled home, new or used. Of course you baby it in the garage for awhile and drink cold ones with it and the byes while you yarn about what it can and can't do. Then the ranting starts and the next thing you know your braggin about all the mods you'll do to it. This gathering continues until the annual snow finally arrives, and you get to try it all out in the real world. [More]
10. November 2009
I've recently been converted to the lighter side of dressing up for snowmobiling. I've thrown away my old fashioned winter parker, in place I now wear various layers under a light weight and flexible pullover shell and it feels awesome. [More]
9. November 2009
Each year faithful snowmobile enthusiasts embark on fantastic weekend sled adventures. Justin recently submitted this callout for the Badger Lake Drifters 5th Annual snowmobile trip scheduled for 2010. If you would like to submit a SHOUT OUT for your upcoming snowmobile adventure SledAddicts.com would be happy to host your pics and stories, click the Contact link up top and we'll help spread the word. [More]
28. September 2009
On September 17th, 2008 at he Val-d'Or Airport, the Lamtrac/G-Force One snowmobile made history by attaining the World Record speed of 210.3 MPH.
Less than a year later, the LamTrac/G-Force One Team were breaking records again!
On September 23rd 2009, the Lamtrac/G-Force One was given the go ahead to attempt at setting a speed record for a snowmobile at Bonneville. The record is set on the average of two runs, in each direction of a one mile distance, within two hours.
The final result, certified by FIA-FIM was an average speed of 203.3 MPH that will be in the record books forever. Indeed an amazing moment in the world of snowmobiling. [More]
3. September 2009
I was recently browsing through my 2009-2010 snowmobile wishlist, of which the Polaris Assault is in the Top 3 and I begin considering wether or not to keep the 2009 Assualt on the list due to the recent recall.
Some critics may claim a product recall is a bad thing, whi... [More]