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One thing that really boils my blood is finding garbage left in nature. Whether it is a chip/plastic bag or a few cans left around a fire pit, there's nothing worse than the site of garbage. Littering, I think is one of the biggest issues surrounding recreational activities in Newfoundland. People seem to have lots of room to bring items into

It was a beautiful day and we were out on a perfect hillside taking part in the Rock The RMK ride clinic with Andrew, Evan

Good morning folks, or perhaps it’s afternoon when you’re reading this. Regardless, it’s a beautiful September morning here on the west coast of Newfoundland as

As the leaves start to turn and fall, and the air turns cold, the anticipation for winter 2017/18 begins to build. Facebook profiles are updated

As a fly in/fly out rotational worker, one of my many challenges is balancing my limited time home between my recreational activities, and family. Although

How can we travel to our favourite snowmobiling destination without making VISA payments all summer? We know doubling up with your bromance is not a

Number 1 - Know your riding buddies and keep a good group! I haven’t had a year go by yet where I don’t hear about

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Volume 13, Issue 01

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. My heart was pounding. I threw my arms in the air to express my excitement,

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,

Before we jump into this, we have to get some items clear. The 2017 Pro-RMK is a 163 with a 3” lug and 800 cc

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

“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

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,

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.

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Volume 12, Issue 03

I stand in the garage, staring at my sled, patiently waiting for new parts to arrive. I know that snow is just around the corner, and once again, I’m going through my annual race

I have always been an adrenaline junkie, and

How lucky are we to be able to

As I sit here writing this article I’m

Over the last decade or so, the snowmobile

Late last March I met up with a

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Volume 12, Issue 02

Around the middle of February each year the town of Grand Falls-Windsor becomes the hub of snowmobiling in central Newfoundland and February 19th – 20th, 2016 was no different.

Where does one go to see the latest

Last winter (2015-2016) was a mixed bag to

Changing leaves and frosty mornings signal that the

Interview with Joey & Hemblah Young. SW: Who

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Volume 12, Issue 01

The idea of forming a new local snowmobile movie came up while in the garage wrenching in anticipation of the 2013 sledding season.

I’m lying in bed wide awake when my alarm finally rings out at 7 AM. Though I’ve

Sledworthy recently had an opportunity to ask Troy Burt one question… "so, what’s new…?” Here’s how

As the evenings already begin to get shorter, one thing is for sure; the snowmobiling season is

Volume 11, Issue 03

For the second year in a row, the cover of the April edition of Sledworthy Magazine has showcased the winner of the “Cover Contest”.  This season’s winner is Kristin Morrissey. 

I have been passionate about snow machining my whole life. And for

Growing up in the little town of Jackson’s Arm in White Bay

The owner of Frankensled, Randy Eswasko hit the nail on the head

Earlier this February, back when we had snow, we had a chance

Volume 11, Issue 02

I’ve never been accused of being able to put the “arse in a cat” as the Newfoundland term for a handyman goes. In fact, my father often said I was the most unhandy person he has ever seen, but that doesn’t stop me from

March 2015. We are about to embark on our

Where is the first place that comes to mind

Questions with Damon Clarke SW Mag: What does the Town

I’m always planning.  Whether it’s my next sled adventure,

Volume 11, Issue 01

Until the 2015 snowmobile season, I didn’t even know the Humber River House (The House), located on the northern shore of Deer Lake existed. Through the referral of Carl Reid, Jonathan Stirling, the new owner of The House reached out to

Last April, we had the opportunity to finally ride

For the 2015 snowmobile season I had the opportunity

A while ago, I bought a 2009 HCR and

Growing up in Central Newfoundland I had the opportunity

Volume 10, Issue 03

Juan Roberts - Budgell’s Sports & Marine Ltd. (Triton, NL) Budgell’s Sports & Marine Ltd. started in 1977 selling outboard motors and Skidoo snowmobiles.   In addition, Budgell’s made a solid name supplying the fishing industry in Triton and all over Newfoundland and

For anyone who knows me and my brothers, it’s

Winter 2015 has been rough on the spirits of

Every now and again, a product enters the snowmobile

Flashback to 1992. I was ten years old when

Volume 10, Issue 02

When you think about deep snow and technical riding in Newfoundland, your mind wanders to the west coast, where an abundance of snow and mountainous terrain await. Living on the west

Today, more so than ever, people across the globe

DJ Callahan – Central Service Racing / BRP Dealership

Rick Endicott – Gros Morne Cabins (Rocky Harbour, NL) Tell

What a great way to end a great season

Volume 10, Issue 01

Tara Hillier - The Outdoor Shoppe (St. Anthony, NL) As a kid, who introduced you to snowmobiling? My father always had snowmobiles and I began snowmobiling at a very young age. Tell us about

Rob Clarke – Rob Clarke Motorsports (Springdale, NL) As a

February 27th, 2014 marked an exciting day for one

Sledworthy Magazine reached out to Tony Sheppard, the General

The Jackladder on the Viking Trail. Last winter I was