Team Arctic Factory snocrosser Dan Ebert (left) emerged from a what's-next-in-life crossroads by deciding to take over the role of crew chief formerly held by his dad Russ (right).
Click to read the interview with Dan.
"It feels so good to get on a sled again."
-Joey Hallstrom, Arctic Cat Product Manager
Click to read Joey's report from a 60-mile ride with Arctic Cat's Roger Skime and Don Fugelseth.
One day after an October storm dumped snow on Thief River Falls, Arctic Cat legend Roger Skime did EXACTLY what he's done after every first-snow since 1962: Make tracks!
Click to see two pix.
I love this TV commercial from the 2007 for two reasons.
One, it delivered the outstanding line, "Holy Crapeth!"
And two, there's a little-known fact that test rider Aaron Scheele nearly demolished the film set because of my stupid suggestion. If you're interested to learn more, click to read the details.
An October Hometown Blizzard in Thief River Falls!
Five inches of snow already on the ground and upwards of another five still to come.
Click to see some pix.
Sometimes I see photos that make me say, "Hmmm...."
This is one of them.
Click for (a little) more info.
Each spring a handful of Arctic Cat engineers and Team Arctic racers test and evaluate parts and ideas being considered for the next-generation Sno Pro race sled.
Logan Christian is one of those racers.
Here’s what the Christian Bros. Racing pilot had to say about the experience, along with a little teaser about we will see on the 2013 Sno Pro.
For as long as I’ve been snowmobiling, I’ve babied my snowmobiles.
Unlike the guy who blasts across a road, his track spinning a thousand rpm with sparks shooting out the back.
Click to read.
For the majority of my adult life, I've spent more money on my snowmobile(s) than I have my automobile(s). Which is why this awesome commercial hits home with me.
This past weekend Team Arctic's Jeff Jaquish piloted his 2013 Arctic Cat F800 ProCross to an asphalt win in Martin, Mich.
Click to read what he has to say about the win and his Arctic Cat F800 race sled.
ArcticInsider's favorite watercrosser finished the 2012 IWA season with a win and championship title!
Click to read the short recap from Dale Lindbeck himself.
It's Friday, Sept. 21 of 2012.
How about some Arctic Cat randomness to enjoy the day?
Click to see.
Once upon a time Arctic Cat had a display building in Thief River Falls, full of snowmobiles, mini bikes, boats and other cool products.
Here is documentation of that time, along with my hope that such a time might one day return.
Click to read.
Speedwerx and SledHead 24/7 have partnered in the latest rendition of Sled X, a sweet contest in which one lucky winner will get their Arctic Cat snowmobile tricked-out by Speedwerx.
Hurry, the deadline is Oct. 1.
Iconic engine manufacturer Briggs & Stratton was at Hay Days this year displaying its 206 Sealed Crate engine, which can make modified 120-class snowmobile racing WAY more affordable and fair.
Click to read about the new engine.
I'm not sure what to say about this video...
Clearly Tucker Hibbert didn't listen to the advice of his Life Coach when he threw out the first pitch for the recent Minnesota Twins MLB game.
Team Arctic drag racer Glenn Hall of Gordon, Wis., is recovering from significant injuries sustained during a practice run last Friday at the Sno Baron's Hay Days grass drags.
Click to read more.
While it's true that "dominate" has become a meaningless cliche in snowmobile racing press releases, the fact is that Team Arctic truly did the "D" word at the 2012 Sno Baron's Hay Days grass drags.
Click to read the press release.
Here's the skinny on the just-released Arctic Cat F800 Tucker Hibbert Race-Replica snowmobile, including an interview about the sled with Tucker.
Click for info, pix and the interview.
Unveiled at Hay Days today, the new Tucker Hibbert Race Replica Arctic Cat F800 Sno Pro!