American Snowmobiler Jan 2018

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600cc Trail Sled Comparo
By Mark Savage
Page 30
Six riders, two 600cc sleds, only two opinions.

The Right 800 Three Trail Sleds You Should Be Buying
By Mark Boncher
Page 24
They're the best! That is often the reason I hear from people who buy big 800cc trail sleds. A large subset seems to gravitate towards only the very top of the line race replica or rough trail or off-trail 800s.

Western Riding

Avy Tech
By Ryan Thompson
Page 36
New airbags are your backcountry lifeline.

What is RMSHA

By Ryan Thompson
Page 46
Skill, speed and luck all play into the RMSHA circuit. Some of the top athletes in the sledding world compete for King and Queen of this uphill country climbing contest!

Stretching the Limits with the Newest Biggest Mountain Sleds on the Market

By Ryan Thompson
Page 48
We test the newest, biggest mountain sleds on the market.


By Ryan Thompson
Page 42
Plenty of ponies! With 215hp under the hood, the 2017 Photobomber is light, nimble and fun to fly!


Adventure Travel Escape to Yellowstone
By Mike Koshmrl
Page 78
First-timer snowmobiles this iconic park. When can you see Yellowstone without the crowds? That was the allure of renting a snowmobile to see the national park at a time of year when the hordes are nonexistent.

By Mike Carr
Page 74
Ontario riding never disappoints! Northern Ontario is a winter paradise offering excellent riding.

Long Term Tests

2017 Yamaha Sidewinder LTX LE
By AmSnow staff
Page 18
An instant classic. Red hot and it likes to stay that way! The Sidewinder L-TX LE likes to be up in the RPMs, that is where it is comfortable both from a motor and a chassis standpoint. It does not give up maneuverability.

Test Tracks 2018 Arctic Cat ZR 8000 Sno Pro 137
By AmSnow staff
Page 20
Nothing beats that new sled smell, especially when it comes with a brand new engine to boot!

Regular Reads

Shiny Side Up
By Mark Boncher
Page 6
It’s the people. That’s what makes snowmobiling great. From the folks my wife and I rode with in Iceland to the owner of the tiny gas station in the middle of nowhere who just stays open in the winter because he loves snowmobiles and snowmobilers. My monthly column is really about little fun snippets I have enjoyed over 37 years of snowmobiling, but all those snippets have a very human element to them.

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