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Winter Outlook 21-22

Posted by FAST TRAC on

The big question before snowmobile season starts is how will the snow be this winter?  It all started with Farmer’s Almanac making the seasonal forecasts but as tools have gotten better, much larger operations and professionals try their hand at the seasonal prediction.  These are more for fun than anything but we can hope as technology gets better, the predictions get better as well.   As a whole it looks like a great winter for snowmobilers in the Midwest and Northeast.  Deviation between all the different forecasts is not large.  One thing we have going for us this winter is...

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Types of snowmobile trailers: Pros and Cons of each

Posted by Christopher Weiland on

If you want to get the most out of your snowmobile experience, chances are you will need to go where the snow is. Using a trailer is the best way to transport a snowmobile, and come wintertime, you’ll find all sorts of varieties on the highway.   At the core, there are two types of snowmobile trailers, open and enclosed. The open trailers are all very similar, whereas the enclosed trailers can differ quite a bit!   Open trailers: An open snowmobile trailer is a flat trailer elevated over the axles for the width of two snowmobiles. Style-wise, they only differ...

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5 Great Beginner Snowmobiles For 2022-2023

Posted by Christopher Weiland on

Updated: 4/25/22 Getting into snowmobiling may be intimidating, but buying a new one can be both affordable and give you a warranty to keep you on the snow. The manufactures have done a great job building entry-level snowmobiles and this year feature technology that was only available on top of the line machines years ago. 1. Arctic Cat Blast ZR $8,699 The Blast is back for the 22/23 season! Arctic Cat entered the mid-size market last year with its Blast series, and it's a hit. It features a 397cc engine and 121" track. It's great for people with a smaller...

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How Snowmobilers Will Deal With Coronavirus This Winter

Posted by Christopher Weiland on

This upcoming winter season, we are under attack. Usually, the only threat we have to wrangle with during winter is mother nature ruining our trip. In addition to mother nature, this upcoming winter, we have a no faced enemy with little we can do but hope for it to disappear or find a cure. We also have governors looking to ban fun in every possible way. Winter 20-21 will be an interesting one, and us snowmobilers need to strategize how we will still get on the trail.     We are snowmobilers, one of the grittiest hobbies on the planet,...

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Where to Check The Status of Snowmobile Trails

Posted by Christopher Weiland on

It’s the three best words in snowmobiling, “TRAILS ARE OPEN!” Enough snow has come down, and we’ve made it past deer season and fall harvest for our prized trails to be open to the best sport on the planet.  

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