While race-prepping the ZR 440 that he sponsored for me to contest the 1994 ISOC cross-country race season, Brian Nelson adds an accessory that will forever change my snowmobile experience and set a template for every snowmobile that I’ve owned since then.
It isn’t some game-changing clutch secret or revolutionary suspension set-up. Nope, far less tantalizing or exotic...(MORE)
In addition to the excitement and prestige associated with these true cross-country events for youth, Briggs and Stratton is offering $3,000 in prizes that will be randomly given away to registered 206-class racers.
The three USXC Briggs and Stratton Triple Crown events include:
(The thoughtful feedback and comments I get from you guys is one of my favorite things about this website. Beginning this week I'm going to post semi-regular questions that swirl around in my brain, with hopes that you might share your answer.)
That was how many minutes until the first cross-country race of the season, from the moment that my son Calvin asked the question recently.
He was sort-of joking when he asked the question, but he was dead-serious about his anticipation of going and competing there. He was making plans... (MORE)
Team Arctic has been home to many of the all-time greatest snowmobile racers. Among the elite list of all-time greats is Bob Elsner, stalwart of the Team Arctic Sno Pro era and the 1979 World Champion.
Recently, the humble man from New London, Wis., answered a pile of questions from this lifelong fan, which was truly a dream come true.
It's October, which means shorter days, cooler nights, Halloween and Open House time at Arctic Cat dealerships.
This past weekend, I and 500 or so similar-minded enthusiasts attended the Open House celebration at Country Cat in Sauk Center, Minn., where the tradition of anticipation unfolded in all its greatness.
Click to see and read a few thoughts about this event and other like them.