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  • Family snowmobiling
    Feb 22, 2015

    The Go Snowmobiling and Take a Friend Snowmobiling Campaign expands on Facebook and on the Web and offers a survey.   The Take a Friend Snowmobiling Week proved to be a great success. Clubs, groups and Associations across North America held fun rides, military rides, Political rides and just had…

  • Family snowmobiling
    Dec 15, 2014

    Consumer Insight Study Shows Snowmobile Enthusiasts Consider Snowmobiling a Family Activity.   Thanks to snowmobiling, winter has become a season to enjoy. Ask any of the three million people who take pleasure every year in the beauty of winter on the over 200,000 miles of groomed and marked snowmobile trails…

  • Ed Klim
    Nov 10, 2014

    Snowmobile season begins with early snow and crowds full of optimism!   Early snowfall throughout the Snowbelt greeted winter enthusiasts at Halloween time this year. The early blast was a welcome taste of things to come in much of North America. Mother Nature’s sneak peek generated a great deal of…

  • Jan 28, 2014

    An earlier post concerning E-15 ethanol fuel outlined that the EPA had not approved the blended gas for use in Snowmobiles. This followed concerns by the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association requesting proper scientific testing of E-15 before being introduced into the marketplace.   The National Motorists Association recently announced that…

  • E-15 fuel is NOT approved for snowmobile use
    Sep 20, 2013

    Test Results Released on E-15 Fuel Impact on Snowmobiles   The US Department Of Energy (DOE) released a study conducted by Michigan Technological University which was designed to evaluate the effects of E-15 fuel on current and legacy snowmobile engines and vehicles.   Three test scenarios were conducted to evaluate…

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