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Snowmobile Trail Signs Tips for Riders & Clubs

Over my sledding years, I’ve visited many different trail systems and given a lot of thought to snowmobile trail signs. I’ve seen many best practices on the snow. And also witnessed some really poor signage. I’ve come to some conclusions and here they are… Throughout the primary trail riding provinces and states, most snowmobilers typically engage in what’s called …

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Hot Tips For Cold Hands

For some snowmobilers it’s a toss up which gets colder, toes or fingers? In a recent article, I offered advice about how to buy good snowmobile boots to keep your feet warm while trail riding.  Now it’s time to talk about keeping your digits toasty. There’s quite a menu of options. So stay tuned and don’t miss my comments …

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Snowstorm Snowmobiling Tips For Trail Riders

Why do we need snowstorm snowmobiling tips? Is there any such thing as too much snow? For snowmobile trail riders, the answer is generally no, measured over the course of the winter. But when there’s a huge dump all at once, it’s a different story and snowstorm snowmobiling tips can be very helpful…   Trail riding is the most …

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Snowmobile Trailer Roof Snow Overload Tips

Have you ever left your trailer parked for several days? Only to return to find it covered in snow? Here’s the reason you should remove it before driving away. Regardless of trailer size… One winter, we had a few small storms followed by a good 18-inch dumper. While hooking up the trailer, I became a bit concerned about all …

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Sudbury Snowmobiling Snapshot Quick Facts

Start your ride planning with this Sudbury snowmobiling snapshot. It will help visiting snowmobilers find a memorable, long weekend sledding getaway of day loops in the area. Or discover an outstanding staging gateway for saddlebag rides to other destinations in Northeastern Ontario. Located in OFSC District 12, Sudbury (pop. 160,000+) is Ontario’s largest urban centre north of the Greater …

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Snowmobile Boots Buying Tips & Secrets

Why are snowmobile boots buying tips important? Cold Feet. Too many trail riders suffer unnecessarily with them after not purchasing the proper footwear for snowmobiling. When you’re snowmobiling, your extremities usually get cold first. Hands and feet are susceptible because our bodies are programmed to give priority to core warmth. And this, combined with simply being farthest away from …

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Snowmobile Michigan Upper Peninsula Tour Planner

Most lists of North America’s best trail riding destinations include Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (the UP). To provide this snowmobile Michigan Upper Peninsula tour planner, our Supertrax crew trailered there last winter. But figuring out where to go for our three days of riding wasn’t that easy. Why? Because the UP is made up of many popular snowmobiling areas. No …

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Snowmobile Maintenance Tips For In Season Servicing

Even if you’ve prepped your snow machine thoroughly prior to winter, these in season snowmobile maintenance tips will keep you going. So if you’ve already put on more than a few kilometres, now’s a good time to eyeball your sled for flaws like those listed below… With a new sled, your owner’s manual may suggest an important service check …

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Closest Ontario Trail Riding For American Snowmobilers

The United States and Canada share a continent. Also, many common interests. Not least is a passion for snowmobiling. When it comes to trail riding, many of Ontario’s most popular areas are within a snowball’s throw of our shared international border. That makes them easily accessible to any American snowmobilers in search of cross border sledding adventures… American snowmobilers …

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