Now that spring has sprung (be it early or not) here in Western Newfoundland and we’ve finally had the opportunity to get some solid seat time on all our Polaris mountain snowmobiles, I figured it was a good time to give my honest thoughts on the 2018 Polaris Snowmobile’s mountain lineup. If you’re considering spring order I hope some
Things have changed fast! I can remember all too well, getting through the later part of summer watching trailers and reading Sledworthy Magazine. Then the new movies all came out in the fall. Between you and your buddies, you would have the latest sled DVD’s and trade them around until you seen them all. The real good ones, would get watched
When it comes to preseason service, let’s face it, most of us aren’t doing what the book says. Even if you’re following the book, you may not be doing enough. Your annual service will change every year depending on your mileage, this is why it’s great to just drop the sled to your local dealer. You can drop it off,
We’re looking forward to dropping some new edits very soon… Here’s a clip from last season.
We’re all getting excited as the leaves change colour and the dogberry’s fill the trees. I’m sure everyone is doing the same things, raking leafs, packing wood, arguing wive’s tales and tieing up loose ends around the house before Jack Frost makes himself at home! A lot of die hards have started wrenching on their sleds and browsing the internet
I’ve received a lot of questions over the past few seasons about how I find my Motorfist gear, which particular pieces are my favourite and which I recommend. My usual response to this – whatever particular garment you decide to go with – if it has the Motorfist logo you can be rest assured you’re getting a top quality, dependable,
I think I was guilty of saying “Why the heck would someone need a 163 track in Newfoundland!” Well…for the 2017 season I decided to give the 163×3 Pro-RMK a chance…the 155 had been my weapon of choice for a number of years and I absolutely love the 155 footprint from Polaris. Up to that point, I had been enjoying
Were the folks at Polaris Snowmobiles thinking of Newfoundland backcountry riders when they designed this SKS 146 model? Even if they weren’t…this sled speaks to the hardcore off trail user. We’ll be spending time on this particular sled this season at our Sledcore Ride Clinics and comparing it to the 163 and 155 sleds…we’ll keep you posted all winter. Walk
For the 2018 Season, Polaris Snowmobiles and Sledcore Ride Clinics have teamed up again to present the #RockTheRMK Exclusive Ride Clinic offer to New RMK and SKS owners. If you purchase a new 2017 or 2018 Polaris RMK or SKS model, you’re invited to one of three exclusive Sledcore Ride Clinics for Polaris Owners. Ask your local Newfoundland Polaris Dealer
I recall getting 120% on a math exam…how you ask? The instructor had a bonus question and I simply rocked it! I knew my material, practiced and excelled in the subject area. Leading up to the 2016 Model year, Polaris continued to have some winning models…and even I was curious as to how they could make the RMK platform even better.