Ella Snäll of Kiruna, Sweden sealed her name into the snowmobile record book by becoming the world's first woman to backflip a snowmobile. The 26 year-old snowmobile fanatic, former gymnast, and outdoor enthusiast practiced for months before successfully executing the snowmobile backflip on December 22, 2017. Sponsored by Red Bull, she wrote on her Facebook page "2017 was a good year in many … [Read more...] about World’s First Woman to Backflip a Snowmobile
Join us to celebrate the season for the Second Annual "Let It Snow" Dance hosted by the NHSA Easter Seals Ride-In Committee. Party with fellow snowmobilers for a great cause! Proceeds to benefit Camp Sno-Mo Saturday January 13, 2018 Time: 6pm - Close The Tap Public House 930 Laconia Rd Belmont, NH 03220 (Next to Brookside II) Music by Axis Raffles & Door Prize Cash Bar and … [Read more...] about Let It Snow Dance
The Bitatibi is an electric snowmobile concept primarily designed to work around your cottage or farm in the winter. It would be powered by a hydrogen fuel cell and lithium-ion batteries and would introduce a series of innovative features to make working outside in winter more enjoyable. Bitatibi Background Bitatibi project began after the designer built a sugar shack and started producing … [Read more...] about Bitatibi Electric Snowmobile Concept
I Run to the window and look at the snow my yards wrapped in powder like a white Christmas bow. All is untouched virgin snow is abound that is until tomorrow when my track hits the ground. I snap on the throttle my skis start to lift I carve through the cold and blast through a drift. Deep into the woods my sled pulls me away I forget all my worries that plagued me today. It’s … [Read more...] about Snowmobiling on Christmas Day
I attended my first NHSA President’s meeting in Gilford in September. It was a great opportunity to meet club representatives from throughout NH’s snowmobile community. One familiar face I bumped into was Don Revane, President of the Washington Snow Riders. The Washington Snow Riders was one of the local clubs from my old patrol area and I have been privileged to ride and patrol on their trails … [Read more...] about Land Access is a Privilege and Responsibility
Many of us can easily survive with just one sled. Life is simple, as it should be. Others have a family to outfit with snowmobiles. All the kids gotta ride, too. So, maybe you have three or four machines in the yard. Perhaps you're the type that buys a new sled once in a while but simply can't part with a trusted machine and hang onto the old sled, too. Having a spare isn't a bad idea, … [Read more...] about Poll: How Many Snowmobiles Do You Own?