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With great excitement we are able to announce that Premier Polaris of Monroe, Wa will be the official dealer and service sponsor of Sled360 for the 2015-2016 season. Premier Polaris, a family owned dealership, is Washington’s only certified Polaris Gold Master Service dealer and specializes in off-road riding and racing. We have been a customer […]

Well, it’s the first week of October and the snowmobile chatter is starting to pick up!  I already have a few out of town rides scheduled with some friends and I hope you are doing the same.Well, it’s the first week of October and the snowmobile chatter is starting to pick up!  I already have […]

Hey everyone, Hope all is well and you are starting to get excited for the up and coming snowmobile season. I have already started going through my gear, inspecting, fixing, updating and helped a friend wrap a sled!! As I mentioned in my previous post, I am somewhat new to snowmobiling as this will be […]

Hello everyone, I am truly excited to have been asked by Sled360 to provide to tell my story of what my journey has been like getting into snowmobiling. I’m hoping that my blog will help people who are wanting to get into the sport or re-engage after some time away, will provide information to assist […]

As riders are at different levels of ability, my posts and articles will be tagged with Basic Riding Technique, Intermediate Riding Technique or Advanced Riding Technique. Let’s take a look at what I mean by Advanced Riding: The majority of these rides will be off trail in complex terrain which will be steep, mountainous and populated […]

Basic Rider

As riders are at different levels of ability, my posts and articles will be tagged with Basic Riding Technique, Intermediate Riding Technique or Advanced Riding Technique. Let’s take a look at what I mean by Basic Riding: These rides will be completely accessible by trail, the majority of which will be groomed trails. However there […]

This one is just for the Ski-Doo riders. Author  Jon Ferrian Ski-doo adjustable handle bar risers are one of the best accessories that I have installed on my sleds over the last few years. The adjustable handle bar risers can be purchased from your local Ski-doo dealer or online for a suggested retail price of $159. […]

When you have an issue while snowmobiling in the wilderness, you will never have enough stuff – but nevertheless one has to strike a balance between how much weight and space you are willing to dedicate to repair supplies. Where I can, I try to multipurpose the items that I carry. A group of items […]

Here is an excerpt from our eBook: Snowmobiling Basics – Sled Extraction Snowmobiles are more reliable than ever these days, but it’s important to remember that for every slope you go down, there is one that you have to get your sled back up. This task becomes especially difficult when extracting inoperable or unrideable equipment. […]

Establishing and maintaining the correct hand position as you learn to ride will increase your control, reduce fatigue and improve your overall safety. Let’s take a look at the hand positions you should be using when on your sled: Brake Hand Your brake hand should have one finger on the brake at all times. Period. […]