C&A Pro Skis has partnered with United States X-Country Snowmobile Racing (USXC) as a sponsor and named the official ski of USXC. Professional and amateur cross-country racers have used C&A Pro because of the ski’s strong durability and design for unmatched maneuverability. These snowmobile ski characteristics are influential to the racer’s ability to win races.
Cross-country snowmobile racing requires rider and sled endurance with its mix of ditch, lake and woods racing environments. The upcoming USXC race season kicks-off with the Pine Lake Derby, December 15-16, in Gonvick, Minn., with 6 more race events scheduled through March 19, 2013. The premier cross country race of the season, Seven Clans I-500, is set for Feb. 7-9th at Thief River Falls, Minn.
C&A Pro Skis offer a range of snowmobile ski options to suit the various riding preferences. Besides the aggressive racing skis in their product line up, C&A provides skis for freestyler, deep powder, boondocking, recreational riders, watercross and even pint-size riders.
C&A Pro Skis recently launched a new website that is more informative and mobile phone-friendly. The website also provides a new tool to help visitors know which C&A Pro Skis are the recommended for their sled model and riding preferences. This tool can be found at the top of every web page. The blog posts are now integrated with the website. Keep checking the new site at: http://www.caproskis.com/ for updated information and new videos, photos, and sponsored rider profiles.
Former racing champion Brian Nelson of Spicer, Minn., formed a new snowmobile cross-country racing circuit, United States X-Country (USXC), that provides a series of seven terrain races in the Midwest during the 2012-2013 season. The goal of USXC is to continue the tradition of racer-friendly events at many of the classic cross-country venues, giving drivers, crews and fans the best possible experience. Learn more about USXC at: www.usxcracing.com.