Here's the snow depth report from NOAA for Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012.
Mother Nature is TRYING to get something going...
Kevin Prime races a vintage Arctic Cat one-lunger in Michigan. With your help, he could win a cool $10,000 from Champion spark plugs. That would buy enough spark plugs to last him a couple seasons.
Watch the video to learn more.
It's almost the end of 2011, and I have some random photos that I'd like to share.
There's even a very brief quiz.
BONUS PHOTO (as a hint for the quiz) just added!
Click to see.
A Shed full of Z(eds)! And Sno Pros, EXTs, El Tigres, Puma Mods, King Kats, etc...
Yep, I've got Zed-Shed-in-the-head.
I'm hoping to visit the ZedShed sometime in the coming months. I'll bring the camera!
As of today, Suzuki Motor Corp. no longer owns 33 percent of Arctic Cat, and Cat is another BIG step closer to controlling its destiny for engine sourcing.
All it cost was a cool $79.3 million buckaroos.
Click to read the press release.
Where do they go, these snowmobile tracks in the snow?
(Merry Christmas everyone!)
Santa's comin' over to your house this Christmas. And he's riding on an Arctic Cat*.
*A 1973 Cheetah with a Cutter in tow.
There will be LOTS of customization options available for the new Arctic Cat Wildcat ROV.
Click to see six of the more than 50 bolt-on accessories that will soon be available from Cat.
Arctic Cat engineer-racers Kirk Hibbert (l) and Brian Dick were in Sweden for the Team Arctic Race School.
Click to see some pix taken by our friend (and Arctic Cat dealer) Mikael Yngvesson.
Arctic Cat oval racer Andy Moyle checks in with a brief report and pix of the first-ever Outlaw 600 oval race from Beausejour, Manitoba, earlier this month.
Click to read his race-winning report.
The Snowmobile Hall of Fame in St. Germain, Wis., just announced their 2012 inductees, and among the four is none other than Joey Hallstrom, Arctic Cat Product Manager and former Team Arctic Race Manager.
Click to read the bio's of all four 2012 SHOF inductees.
There's a whole lotta shaking going on with three new ISOC vintage sled races this season.
Enough shaking that they're paying out $5,000 at each of the three events!
Click to learn more.
Arctic Cat has a nice Happy Holidays video for all of us.
ERX Motorpark in Elk River, Minn., continues to serve up grassroots racing for everyone from beginners to pros. CLICK HERE to see their site.
Arctic Cat is recalling 2012 model F, XF and M snowmobiles because of the possibility that a headlight fuse can fail.
Click to read the release.
Another cool video from the Monster/Arctic Cat team highlighting their winning weekend at the Bessemer, Michigan, ISOC snocross national.
It seems a few owners of 2012 Arctic Cat 4-stroke sleds are wondering if there's a Torque Control Link creating a fixed center-to-center distance between the drive and driven clutch?
The answer: Yes. It just looks different than the TCL on the 2-strokes.
Click to see.
Tucker Hibbert returned to his winning ways this weekend at the second stop of the ISOC National Snocross Series in Bessemer, Michigan, with a convincing wire-to-wire victory in Sunday’s final.
I chatted with Hibbert on his drive back to Thief River Falls, while he was enjoying the satisfaction of returning to his favorite place in the snocross racing world: the top of the podium.
Click to read the interview.
Check out this awesome Arctic Cat commercial for the 1977 Pantera. Do we Midwesterners really talk like that? The movie Fargo, anyone?
Getting a new snowmobile makes each of us feel mighty good. Like Henry.
Yes, the new Arctic Cat Wildcat lands softly, as evidenced by a few jump sequences captured in Barstow, California.