Let's fact it, Tucker Hibbert himself might look kinda...well...goofy*.
But the sweet threads he wears while shredding the snocross circuit are cool as can be.
Likewise, so is the Team Arctic Hibbert jacket available to us mortals for 2017.
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*Just kidding Tucker, you look more like Pluto
It's a proven fact that music improves the experience of 87 percent of all the things we do in life.
Which is why any owner of a Wildcat X or Wildcat 1000 might me interested in the sweet new KICKER/SSV Sound System from Arctic Cat.
Pumped up kicks? Heck Yes!
Click for some sound bites.
David Johnson died this past Saturday at age 93.
Johnson was one of three founders of Polaris Industries of Roseau, Minn., along with brothers-in-law Edgar and Allen Hetteen.
Johnson is widely credited as the one who build the first Polaris snowmobile in 1955.
He was a humble, gracious man who left indelible tracks for the company and the sport of snowmobiling.
The world is a better place today because of David Johnson.
As if the sleds themselves weren't already incentive enough...riders who buy a new/unused 2013-2017 Arctic Cat Snowmobile from an authorized Arctic Cat dealership from Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 2016, will be reimbursed for the cost of a 2017 Canadian Trail Permit.
It's a sweet way to support the Canadian trail system and buyers of Arctic Cat snowmobiles.
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Last month at Hay Days, Arctic Cat first announced thier pro Black Cats Backcountry team of Rob Kincaid, David McClure, Cory Davis and Brett Turcotte (all pictured above).
Today they've added six more riders to the pro lite roster: Luke Nokelby, Cooper Street, Morgan Gamache, Jordan Nieters, Levi Johnson and Taylor Meuwissen.
Welcome to the team, guys!
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Last week, Dylan Roes of D&D/Clark Racing made history by winning the Saturday Night Pro Mod Shootout at Excell Raceway in Bouckeville, NY, with his Arctic Cat Improved Stock 9000 Series Turbo. It was the first time a 4-stroke sled won the overall against Pro Mod 2-strokes!
Dylan's wins didn't stop there. He also captured the Improved Stock Turbo and Open Mod finals with the same sled!
Click for other top Arctic Cat D&D race winners at Excell.
Watercross isn't just a sweet sport for U.S. champs like Dale Lindbeck...it's also an export that's grown huge across the pond.
For example, check out the sweet sled and results of Team Arctic’s Swedish watercross champion Joel Renberg.
Any who's ever taken a green flag knows that racing has it's ups and downs.
Wildcat racer/tuner Alex Fortune checks in with a great recap of the 2016 TORC off-road race in Crandon, Wis., where he and Speedwerx teammate Jeremy Houle experienced the highs and lows of tough off-road competition.
Click for the download.
Vintage Arctic Cat fans like myself can dress up in something that will make us smarter, more handsome (or beautiful), capable of whipping out 50 one-handed push-ups AND shred the gnar (whatever that means).
Yep, all that and the smile that comes from wearing something that's dang cool.
Click for the dealio.
Hand Guards with built-in LED lights?
Yep. And they're pretty novel too.
I first saw them being tested by Arctic Cat field test riders last season. Now they're available from Cat dealers.
Click to read about them.
I was at Arctic Cat’s recently expanded engine production (and engineering) facility in St. Cloud, Minn., earlier this week for a ribbon cutting featuring various dignitaries from the St. Cloud area and Arctic Cat.
The occasion was to celebrate the makeover and expansion of the St. Cloud facility; thank the great employees are designing machines and building engines there; and "rev the engine" of a company that's going full-gas down the patch set forth by CEO/President Chris Metz.
Based on what I saw on computer monitors of CAD designers at St. Cloud, and what I gleaned from conversations with several engineers, this is going to be a fun, wild ride! Yep, there’s A LOT of cool stuff coming.
Click to get your motor running.
Listen to the detailed info Robby Gordon offers on the new RG PRO suspension (and other improvements) on the 2017 Arctic Cat Wildcat X.
Here's 4 days of the Arctic Cat booth at the 50th Anniversary of Sno Baron's Hay Days compressed into 47 seconds.
(BTW, I'm the guy in the green shirt.)
The all-new, Robby Gordon-inspired RG PRO rear suspension is the heart of the new 2017 Arctic Cat Wildcat X EPS and 4X EPS models. Very similar in design to many Trophy Truck rear suspensions, it's designed and built for professional level pounding and, yes, racing.
Click here for the nitty gritty details on it, as well as the new ROPS cage, KING gas shocks, ITP tires, KMC wheels and other chassis improvements.
Arctic Cat announced today its new 2017 Wildcat X EPS models featuring the stamp of off-road racing legend Robby Gordon.
That "stamp" is the all-new RG PRO rear suspension. It's complemented by other cool new technology, including:
-KING gas shocks
-Race-inspired ROPS cage
-Custom 15-in. KMC wheels with 27-in. ITP Ultracross tires
-Extra bracing and gusseting to withstand the pro-level beating these machines are built for.
Click to launch into the details.
Today Arctic Cat unveiled the new 2017 Wildcat 4X featuring an all-new RG PRO rear suspension and a host of improvements, such as:
-KING gas shocks
-New ROPS cag
-Custom KMC wheels and ITP Ultracross 27-in. tires
-beefed up chassis bracing
Click for the juicy details.
Today Arctic Cat announced another addition to its 2017 line of Alterra ATVs: the new mid-sized Alterra 300.
Big on value, low on price. Gonna hit the sweet spot for people who want a no-frills machine.
Click for the details
In addition to unveiling two race sleds for 2017 at Hay Days last weekend, Arctic Cat also unveiled the M 9000 King Cat: a 162-in. track mountain machine powered by the new 9000-Series turbo triple 4-stroke.
The newest bodywork...the exclusive auto-adjusting TEAM clutch system...lowered driveshaft...narrower running boards...revised bellypan for a further-forwad foot placement...for a certain type of deep snow rider, this machine is the ultimate answer to their deep snow prayers.
Click to high mark all the key info.
Leave it to Arctic Cat to be the first OEM to debut a purpose-built snocross race sled with EFI.
Yep, snocross race sled engine technology just leaped into the 21st century.
Click for all the details on the 2017 ZR 6000R SX snocross race whip.
Arctic Cat debuted its 2017 cross-country racing whip at Hay Days this past weekend. As the defending champion of pretty much everything in USXC racing, the '17 ZR 6000R XC is not a machine that's resting upon its laurels.
New for this coming year:
Gen II bodywork; FOX ZERO 1.5 QS3 ski shocks with Kashima coating; and a whole bunch of other detail improvements.
Click for the details.