ArcitcInsider Forum
Follow ArcticInsider on YouTube Follow ArcticInsider on Facebook       

The 2014-15 Pine Lake Cross-Country Download


(12/23/2014)

For more than three decades, the first major cross-country race of the year has happened on Pine Lake near Gonvick, Minn.

Now named the Gerald Dyrdahl Memorial, it was the first race of the USXC season.

As a lake cross-country (rather than a ditch/trail event), the Gerald Dyrdahl Memorial is an event that rewards top speed and cornering speed. Nearly non-existent snow this year meant that the course was not just fast, but wide enough for multiple lines, which made for great racing.

With new race rules that introduced consumer-available, EFI-equipped engines in the premier classes, this year's USXC events have a new level of drama.

Polaris showed up with the factory trailer at Pine Lake on the Monday before race weekend and spent the week testing their new AXYS racer. Arctic Cat had been at Pine Lake off and on for the past few weeks, and showed up for full on testing on Wednesday. I never heard when Yamaha showed (if you know the answer, please post in the comments), but they were definitely looking more prepared and in better contention than a year ago. Ski-Doo would prove to be the only brand whose presence seemed less than impactful.

If you read the Team Arctic press release from the weekend, you know that Team Green won 14 of 20 finals while capturing more than 70 percent of all the podium places. It was an excellent start to the race season.

As always, this weekend of racing would reveal some interesting story lines and fodder for speculation.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Chad Dyrdahl. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

I'm going to start this recap with two photos of Chad Dyrdahl. The first is of Chad the race promoter... the principle organizer of all the great people who make this race happen.

If you hadn't guessed, Chad is the son of the event's namesake, and a loooooongtime cross-country and enduro racer. He's also a great guy.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Chad Dyrdahl. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

The second photo is of Chad the racer: a guy who can still go out and rip fast laps on a Dean Larson-prepped ZR4000RR in the Expert 85 class. How fast were his laps? Fast enough to win the class ahead of kids who aren't even half his age!

 

Steve Houle, Corey Berberich, Al Shimpa and Hector Olson of Team Arctic.

Some of the crew at Pine Lake working on calibrations for the new race sleds included (L-to-R) Steve Houle from Speedwerx; Corey Berberich (Christian Bros. Racing), Al Shimpa (Team Arctic engineering tech); and Hector Olson (CBR).

 

Steve Houle, Brian Dick and Al Shimpa from Team Arctic. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Steve Houle confers with Arctic Cat engineer/racer Brian Dick (middle) and Al Shimpa. The whole group is working to come up with improved calibration on the new sleds, so that the info can be passed along to all the racers. It's a work-in-progress, as it's been since day one in this sport.

Brian Dick did not race at Pine Lake. His plan is to race the I-500 and the Soo 500 this season, but will be at the other races as an engineer.

 

Mike Carver of Carver Performance.

Mike Carver of Carver Performance was another guy doing a lot of wrenching at Pine Lake. Carver probably sets up more shocks for cross-country racers than anyone else. He was going non-stop throughout the weekend.

 

Team Arctic Cat Cross-Country racers at Pine Lake. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Mild weather combined with the typically lower-key atmosphere of the cross-country events brings the racers out of the trailers and into the pits. Here Team Arctic racers (L-to-R) Zach Herfindahl, Logan Christian, Wes Selby and Lance Efteland shared a laugh on Sunday while waiting for their classes to run.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Ean Voigt. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Ean Voigt was one guy who was REALLY cooking all weekend. With a ZR4000RR that was hitting 92 mph on the nearly mile-long straights AND a smooth/fast riding style, Voigt scored a win in the Trail class and a second in Jr. 14-17.

[Note: I was at Pine Lake on Sunday only, so I missed getting pix of the Junior, Vintage and Classic classes. Sorry folks. -John]

 

Team Arctic Cat's Jeremy Grove. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Jeremy Grove won the Expert 85 Improved class and took fourth in Expert 85.

One of the questions going into the weekend was how the new ZR4000RR would compare with the Sno Pro 500. From what I saw, they're pretty equal and both machines won against the other.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Marty Feil. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

One of the winning Sno Pro 500s was at the experienced hands of Marty Feil, who won Sport 85.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Jodie Black. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

A new name emerged in the Women's class: Jodie Black. She's the better half of Arctic Cat engineer Ron Black, and she was fast enough to finish second. Perennial race winner Jolene Bute finished fourth.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Hunter Houle. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Hunter Houle picked up where he left off last season, winning the Junior 14-17 class and finishing a mere 3.3 seconds behind Chad Dyrdahl in Expert 85.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Hunter Houle. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

In addition to his blazing fast speed, Hunter knows an excellent website when he sees it. Wait, what???

 

Team Arctic Cat's Brad Naplin. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Last year Brad Naplin tore up the Classic IFS class on his ZR440. This year he's hopped into the Semi Pro class on a modern ZR and rode to a solid 8th place in the final.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Ryan Trout. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Finishing one spot ahead of Naplin in Semi Pro Stock was this guy, Ryan Trout. That's also super impressive considering that Trout is just 16 years old and was racing a Sno Pro 500 in the Junior 14-17 class last season.

 

Team Arctic's Lance Efteland and Dyland Stevens. By ArcticInsider.com

Except for the Pro class, all other classes at Pine Lake were run against the clock. That didn't prevent some good battles from occurring, like this one between Lance Efteland (right) and Dylan Stevens in the Semi Pro Stock final.

Stevens would get around Efteland to win the class, giving Team Arctic a solid 1-2 finish in this highly competitive field.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Dylan Stevens wins Semi Pro Stock at 2014-15 Pine Lake. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

For his first race on Arctic Cat, Dylan Stevens could not have been any more impressive. Winning Semi Pro Stock was huge!

 

Team Arctic Cat's Lance Efteland. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

I was impressed with a lot of performances at Pine Lake, and of the greatest was Efteland's. He won Semi Pro Improved. Then, within a few minutes of his second place finish in Semi Pro Stock, the guy lined up for the Pro Stock final (USXC allows racers to jump up a class), where he would eventually finish in eighth!

Efteland was definitely the ironman of Pine Lake.

 

Pro Stock Final start of 2014 Pine Lake USXC. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

For the Pro Stock final, USXC opted for heads-up format rather than the typical time-trial of racing against the clock. This would pit the 23 pros in a winner-takes-all situation, which would deliver the most exciting cross-country race I have ever seen.

The racers comprised four rows based on their points from two heat races on Saturday. There was a three second gap between each of the rows, so that the fourth row started nine seconds after the first row.

 

First lap Pro Stock Final at 2014 Pine Lake. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

The Yamahas had a 2-3 mph speed advantage over the field, and Re Wadena used that speed to bolt into the lead within the first few miles of the opening lap.

As the line of racers came back towards the shore at 100 mph, within arms' reach of one another, it was as thrilling a racing scene as I can remember.

With nine laps in store for the 11-mile course, it was anyone's guess how this race would unfold. Unfortunately for Wadena, a broken track would end his race a mile after this photo was taken.

 

Team Arctic's Nick Fischer. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Among the Pros was Nick Fischer, who was using the race as a tune up for his primary goal of winning another championship in the Cor PowerSports cross-country circuit. Fischer would finish 20th on the day.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Jon Arneson. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

After winning a pile of Semi Pro classes in previous years, Jon Arneson jumped into the Pro class at Pine Lake and finished 19th.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Logan Christian at Pine Lake. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

With an off weekend from ISOC snocross, Logan Christian showed up at Pine Lake and proceeded to find his ice racing mojo to finish 18th. He had a blast racing on the ice and was all smiles before and after the final.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Ben Langaas. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Another newcomer to the Pro ranks, Ben Langaas would cruise to a 17th place finish.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Chad Lian. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Perennial top runner Chad Lian finished 15th.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Casey Pries. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Casey Pries also moved into the Pro Class after winning multiple Semi Pro events last season. Despite struggling to find the top speed he wanted, Pries finished the day in 14th.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Jordan Torgerson. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Jordan Torgerson started the day with a second place in the Pro Open class, then proceeded to finish 12th in the Stock final.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Cody Kallock. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Cody Kallock isn't the biggest fan of ice racing, but he proved fast and smooth enough to finish the day in 11th.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Lance Efteland. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

As I wrote earlier, Lance Efteland (right) won Semi Pro Improved, took a second in Semi Pro Stock and, with less than 10 minutes rest, went out and finished 8th in the Pro Stock final. Awesome!

 

Team Arctic Cat's Zach Herfindahl wins Pro Open at 2014-15 Pine Lake. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

As the defending Pro Stock champion and the winner at Pine Lake a year ago, Zach Herfindahl carried a lot of extra weight on his shoulders this past weekend. Throughout the final Zach hovered among the leaders, usually between third and fourth place. Like the other Arctic Cat racers, he was down one or maybe two mph from the Polaris sleds, so he had to make up the difference by cornering faster and braking later.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Wes Selby finished 2nd in Pro Stock at 2014-15 Pine Lake. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

It was a similar story for Wes Selby, except that Selby started the day in the third row (and was last off the line in his flight). Selby rode a few blistering-fast laps to catch the leaders, then settled down to save his brakes and survey the lines his competitors were using.

 

Pro Final at 2014 Pine Lake with Herfindahl and Selby. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

For the middle portion of the final, you could throw a blanket over the top four racers, with Polaris' Bobby Menne and Ryan Faust leading.

I've probably watched more than a hundred cross-country finals in my lifetime and never seen a final with five guys who were so close to one another and capable of taking the lead. It was breathtakingly thrilling!

And just when it seemed like the situation couldn't get any more dramatic, Menne, Faust, Selby and Herfindahl all pitted on the same lap. Taking a chance, Herfindahl and Selby took only the required 2-gallon minimum, while Menne and Faust took a dash more. The difference allowed the Cats to leave the fuel stop in the lead!

In the rush of the moment, Menne drove his sled out of the fuel stop rather than running it out like racers are required to. It would prove a costly error.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Wes Selby finished 2nd in Pro Stock at 2014-15 Pine Lake. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

A mile or so after the fuel stop Herfindahl was shuffled back to fourth while Selby took the lead. While he wished for that extra 1-2 mph of his red rivals, his smooth lines and late braking kept him in the lead. With two laps to go it looked as if Selby might notch his first-ever Pro win.

 

Team Arctic Cat's Wes Selby finished 2nd in Pro Stock at 2014-15 Pine Lake. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Then he took one corner wide and plowed through water that had come over the ice (from so many skis wearing a groove through the 16 inches of ice). It would prove a double-whammy, first by slowing him down enough for Menne to pass and then by getting water on his clutches. His sled immediately lost a few hundred RPM and, with it, the speed needed to win.

Faust passed Selby for second to begin the final lap, just as Polaris' Justin Tate had caught Herfindahl in fourth.

 

Finish at 2014-15 Pine Lake XC. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Menne crossed the finish line first, followed by Faust, Selby, Tate and Herfindahl. Not long after, USXC officials gave Menne a 1-minute time penalty for driving out of the fuel stop, which moved him back to 7th.

Exactly 2.877 seconds would separate the top four racers!

 

Team Arctic's Mike Kloety and Wes Selby. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

When the helmets came off there were some tired faces, yet also some smiles for having just raced 100 miles with five guys who were within seconds of each other.

For Selby, there was the slightly bitter taste of disappointment. That one mistake of going wide and into the water changed the outcome of the race.

For having started last off the line in the third row, Selby delivered the best performance of the afternoon.

 

Team Arctic at Pine Lake. by ArcticInsider.com

Herfindahl was feeling the frustration of being down on speed. After the final he talked with Race Manager Mike Kloety (left), Al Shimpa and Brian Dick.

The team had worked for several days on the new sleds. On the one hand, Team Arctic won 14 of 20 classes, several of which were on the new ZR6000R XC sled. No other brand came close to that kind of performance at Pine Lake.

Yet the Pro Stock class is the premier event of the weekend. Finishing second and fouth didn't sit right with Selby, Herfindahl or the team.

Less than two weeks from now USXC lake racing will resume in Detroit Lakes. Lots of work to be done between now and then. This is going to be an interesting year of racing.

Congrats to all the racers who competed at Pine Lake, no matter what color your sled.

Thanks for reading.



Comments (24):

Bob says:
12/24/2014 12:06:00 PM

Wait, was that the "New" Arctic Insider sticker that Hunter was holding with a little "retro" in it? Yes, I must have a few, Tell me how to get some John!
Eric says:
12/24/2014 1:48:00 PM

Great job Team Arctic. No better form of sled racing than X-Country. No doubt in my mind that they will find the power to end "Terrain Domination". My opinion doesn't matter much, but I think Brian Dick should race quite a few more races than just the two listed!
yamahabandit says:
12/24/2014 3:51:00 PM

Great article John. Wish I could feel more confident though. Take away the 85 hp classes which Cat has no competition,I have to think there isn't alot to brag about.
Merry Christmas everyone! I only hope for one thing. SNOW!!!!!
Cor146 says:
12/24/2014 5:39:00 PM

Nick Fischer did a great job, especially considering dropping a cylinder Friday testing at Pine Lake.

He is a great sportsman and we are proud to have him be the defending Pro champion and ambassador for the Cor PowerSports series.

Cor PowerSports started their season off on Dec 6th in terrain.

Congrats everyone and have a Merry Christmas
Scotty Montana says:
12/24/2014 9:40:00 PM

Great pictures John. It looks like the christian bros sled still had the cobra track, but I see that sp 500 had a low profile track like and old FCAT. I'm surprised with those conditions they didn't find the extra speed by switching to inch track or less. Is not allowed in pro stock class?
I bleed green! says:
12/25/2014 12:15:00 AM

All 600 cc sleds in usxc require a 1.25" track minimum.

I think there are many positives for arctic in this first outing, including the 85 hp class. The fact of the matter remains, arctic in the ONLY mfg building a competitive 85 hp sled. The skidoo ace 900 is quick too, but if arctic's vast presence in that class equates to wins, then so be it. Until someone else comes along and wants to be in that toy box, then we will take those wins, even if they are easy!
Mike F says:
12/25/2014 12:27:00 AM

Even discounting the kids classes, in which EVERY kid was on an Arctic Cat, AC still won more classes than the rest of the manu's combined. My God the sky is not falling. Polaris won 3 classes all weekend....and we are working on that........Merry Christmas!!!!
Snowowl says:
12/25/2014 8:49:00 AM

A great report. Nice to see pictures of the guys further back in the pack. Wish I lived closer to MN to be able to watch this kind of racing, there is no cross country whatsoever in Ontario. Please post how we can order those decals they look great.
John Sandberg says:
12/25/2014 11:14:00 PM

Bob: Regarding AI decals, at the bottom of this page is a "Contact Us" link. Click it to email me with your address.

As to the sentiment that somehow Arctic Cat doesn't have much to brag about regarding Pine Lake...all I can say is wow. First of all, why in the world would we "take away the 85 HP wins"??? Instead, how about the other brands get off their asses and build something competitive?!

In the 600 stock classes, I saw very close and competitive racing between Polaris and Arctic Cat. The Pro Stock final illustrated that perfectly... either brand could have won.

Polaris has a nice machine and they have great riders. They had the factory trailer at Pine Lake and seemed to be taking it more serious than they have in the past, which is great. They are going to win races this year.

Same is true for Arctic Cat.

Yamaha has speed on the ice, not sure if they can put it together for a full 100 miles though. The extra weight will wear riders out and is tough on brakes. We'll see. In the shorter ice races they can win, as evidenced by Cale Anseeuw in the I-500 class. (BTW, that class is essentially another amateur class for non-pro racers on this year's stock sleds.)

I'm not sure what the deal is with Ski-Doo. If I'm to judge by the number of racers and the (lack of) factory presence, it sure doesn't appear as if they want to win in XC. That really bums me out, because their riders deserve more support and racing is more fun when all brands are competitive.

As Mike F said, the sky isn't falling. Cat won a pile of classes on all their sleds, and were within a whisker of winning more. And the company and teams are working on getting better.

This is going to be a REALLY fun, competitive year in XC. We just need some snow.

Merry Christmas all.
Alicia says:
10/9/2015 1:40:00 AM

Late commenting here Dean, but I was glad you coeevrd this. Like most people 'of a certain age' I followed snooker very closely in the 80s (I even played a lot, quite poorly) but rarely watch it now.I always thought O'Sullivan was basically a good sort; a bit mixed-up but a decent bloke. This makes me think I misjudged him. The game would be better off without him if this is representative of his attitude.I didn't hear Hearn's comments, but they don't surprise me. While not everyone's cup of tea, he's a man of integrity who's been around snooker since before the boom years and genuinely wants the best for the sport. He fronted up really well in the media after the John Higgins story broke, and it sounds like he did the same here. I hope that he really would be prepared to show O'Sullivan the door if he felt it was necessary.
Alicia says:
10/9/2015 1:40:00 AM

Late commenting here Dean, but I was glad you coeevrd this. Like most people 'of a certain age' I followed snooker very closely in the 80s (I even played a lot, quite poorly) but rarely watch it now.I always thought O'Sullivan was basically a good sort; a bit mixed-up but a decent bloke. This makes me think I misjudged him. The game would be better off without him if this is representative of his attitude.I didn't hear Hearn's comments, but they don't surprise me. While not everyone's cup of tea, he's a man of integrity who's been around snooker since before the boom years and genuinely wants the best for the sport. He fronted up really well in the media after the John Higgins story broke, and it sounds like he did the same here. I hope that he really would be prepared to show O'Sullivan the door if he felt it was necessary.
Alicia says:
10/9/2015 1:40:00 AM

Late commenting here Dean, but I was glad you coeevrd this. Like most people 'of a certain age' I followed snooker very closely in the 80s (I even played a lot, quite poorly) but rarely watch it now.I always thought O'Sullivan was basically a good sort; a bit mixed-up but a decent bloke. This makes me think I misjudged him. The game would be better off without him if this is representative of his attitude.I didn't hear Hearn's comments, but they don't surprise me. While not everyone's cup of tea, he's a man of integrity who's been around snooker since before the boom years and genuinely wants the best for the sport. He fronted up really well in the media after the John Higgins story broke, and it sounds like he did the same here. I hope that he really would be prepared to show O'Sullivan the door if he felt it was necessary.
Napat says:
10/11/2015 5:56:00 AM

eee, the crimethink pseotrs! we had those in my old house. the book days of war nights of love has some good ideas in it (some crazy ones too) and fantastic historical instances of anarchy if you haven't read it yet http://qwjgwawnq.com [url=http://sbmfkgecll.com]sbmfkgecll[/url] [link=http://mmggakxpe.com]mmggakxpe[/link]
Napat says:
10/11/2015 5:56:00 AM

eee, the crimethink pseotrs! we had those in my old house. the book days of war nights of love has some good ideas in it (some crazy ones too) and fantastic historical instances of anarchy if you haven't read it yet http://qwjgwawnq.com [url=http://sbmfkgecll.com]sbmfkgecll[/url] [link=http://mmggakxpe.com]mmggakxpe[/link]
Napat says:
10/11/2015 5:56:00 AM

eee, the crimethink pseotrs! we had those in my old house. the book days of war nights of love has some good ideas in it (some crazy ones too) and fantastic historical instances of anarchy if you haven't read it yet http://qwjgwawnq.com [url=http://sbmfkgecll.com]sbmfkgecll[/url] [link=http://mmggakxpe.com]mmggakxpe[/link]
Sanjay says:
10/13/2015 1:49:00 AM

I would love to live in a punk house for even a month. Get to meet people from god knows where, learn how to bteetr live with the nothing I always have, and just have a helluva time. I've heard stories from friends of mine and their experiences and wild shenanigans in punk houses and it just sounds like so much god damn fun! http://kjchlcuut.com [url=http://krbpqi.com]krbpqi[/url] [link=http://nazpmijd.com]nazpmijd[/link]
Sanjay says:
10/13/2015 1:49:00 AM

I would love to live in a punk house for even a month. Get to meet people from god knows where, learn how to bteetr live with the nothing I always have, and just have a helluva time. I've heard stories from friends of mine and their experiences and wild shenanigans in punk houses and it just sounds like so much god damn fun! http://kjchlcuut.com [url=http://krbpqi.com]krbpqi[/url] [link=http://nazpmijd.com]nazpmijd[/link]
Sanjay says:
10/13/2015 1:50:00 AM

I would love to live in a punk house for even a month. Get to meet people from god knows where, learn how to bteetr live with the nothing I always have, and just have a helluva time. I've heard stories from friends of mine and their experiences and wild shenanigans in punk houses and it just sounds like so much god damn fun! http://kjchlcuut.com [url=http://krbpqi.com]krbpqi[/url] [link=http://nazpmijd.com]nazpmijd[/link]
Rosi says:
12/19/2015 4:37:00 PM

ah wow! i love seeing glemisps like this... my sewing stuff is relegated to a dark cupboard as the disorganisation of it all is just too depressing to handle out in the open lol. woop! for topshop. love that tote bag! how is home generally? coping well with highland cows for company? :-D love selby... sighxxxc
Rosi says:
12/19/2015 4:37:00 PM

ah wow! i love seeing glemisps like this... my sewing stuff is relegated to a dark cupboard as the disorganisation of it all is just too depressing to handle out in the open lol. woop! for topshop. love that tote bag! how is home generally? coping well with highland cows for company? :-D love selby... sighxxxc
Rosi says:
12/19/2015 4:37:00 PM

ah wow! i love seeing glemisps like this... my sewing stuff is relegated to a dark cupboard as the disorganisation of it all is just too depressing to handle out in the open lol. woop! for topshop. love that tote bag! how is home generally? coping well with highland cows for company? :-D love selby... sighxxxc
Alok says:
12/21/2015 12:42:00 PM

VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOS!!!! ^^ sabeda que trump era un rival duro pero hoy no ha estado a la autrla del nivel de juego de Neil MERECIDO FINALISTA y espero que ganador!Grandes bolas largas por parte de los dos, que sin duda no esperaba menos.GO GO GO GO NEIIIL!! http://epeykkq.com [url=http://nhdxwdnmqf.com]nhdxwdnmqf[/url] [link=http://ubnrcket.com]ubnrcket[/link]
Alok says:
12/21/2015 12:42:00 PM

VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOS!!!! ^^ sabeda que trump era un rival duro pero hoy no ha estado a la autrla del nivel de juego de Neil MERECIDO FINALISTA y espero que ganador!Grandes bolas largas por parte de los dos, que sin duda no esperaba menos.GO GO GO GO NEIIIL!! http://epeykkq.com [url=http://nhdxwdnmqf.com]nhdxwdnmqf[/url] [link=http://ubnrcket.com]ubnrcket[/link]
Alok says:
12/21/2015 12:42:00 PM

VAMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOS!!!! ^^ sabeda que trump era un rival duro pero hoy no ha estado a la autrla del nivel de juego de Neil MERECIDO FINALISTA y espero que ganador!Grandes bolas largas por parte de los dos, que sin duda no esperaba menos.GO GO GO GO NEIIIL!! http://epeykkq.com [url=http://nhdxwdnmqf.com]nhdxwdnmqf[/url] [link=http://ubnrcket.com]ubnrcket[/link]

Leave A Comment


ArcticInsider Article Code
Enter the characters above: (all lowercase, no spaces)

SpeedWerx Dempsey Off Road Adventures

ArcticCat

Action Graphics

Royal Sports

Blown Concepts Custom Vinyl Graphics

on Snow Magazine

US X-Country Snowmobile Racing

American Snowmobiler Magazine

Route 12 Arctic Cat

Waconia Power Sports

Thomas SnoSports

SLEDHEAD 24/7
 International Series of Champions

Road Track and Trail

SnoX365

TA Motorsports
Country Cat
SUPERTRAX International

D & D power Sports
Carver Performance Snowtech Magazine Christian Brothers Racing