I cannot begin to express to you how proud I was to finally side hill to the top of that mountain. It took several attempts but there I was, sitting on my new Pro RMK, overlooking a group of riders patiently waiting at the bottom.
Enough time has been spent on these two sleds to serve up some actual evaluation on the seven categories; power, predictability, sidehill ability, wash-out factor, flick ability, trail manners and functions/controls. Before I kick this Head2Head into gear,
There is not much in Port Aux Basques. Except wind warnings, friendly faces and warm cabins full of family, friends and good food. Sledding is a lifestyle here. Unless that dreaded rain comes and then we all just look out the window and pray for
“No way, I’m not wasting a weekend of riding out in central!”. For anyone that lives on the west coast of Newfoundland, you’ll understand my plight! Snow conditions are awesome, we have 6-8 ft of powder in the backcountry and I typically only get to
It started back in February, 2015. I was working a 4 on, 4 off schedule on an oil rig in Albania for nearly 4 years, but when I went back there this time things were different. The oil industry was tanking hard (pardon the pun)
I’ve spent a lot of time riding the backcountry, and had always thought that I was prepared for anything that mother nature threw at me. My gear bag contained your typical things such as a first aid kit in case of injury, tools and repair
We have spoken with Rob Clarke of Rob Clarke Motorsports Inc., Paul Rose of Riverfront Chalets and Cameron Snow from the Exploits Trailnet Snowmobile Club. We posed the following five questions to each individual and what follows are their responses:
During a rare day off from his busy season, we had an opportunity to hook up with Chris Brown and ask him a few questions. Chris broke into the sled world through the Slednecks video series and at present, Chris operates RideWhistler.ca where he continues