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Wisconsin Snowmobile News November Issues Now Online

Posted on November 25th, 2020 in Uncategorized

2020 January Snowmobile Magazines Live

Posted on February 3rd, 2020 in Sledder News, Uncategorized

2020 January Issues of Wisconsin Snowmobile News and Minnesota Snowmobiling with Sledder Xtra insert are now available here live:

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Minnesota Snowmobiling Features:

2020 Snowmobiles – The New Short Tracks

Arctic Cat Blast First Ride

Destination Park Rapids

2020 Veterans Ride and much, much more.

Wisconsin Snowmobile News Features:

A New Breed of Utility Snowmobiles

40 Years of Saddle Baggin’ Across Wisconsin

Directors Meeting & Ride and much, much more.

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NEW MINNESOTA OUTDOOR RECREATION TASK FORCE LOOKING FOR REPRESENTATIVES

Posted on December 31st, 2019 in Sledder News, Uncategorized

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Explore Minnesota are partnering to launch a new Outdoor Recreation Task Force. The group will make recommendations about how Minnesota can connect more people to the health and wellness benefits of outdoor recreation, improve equitable access to outdoor recreation, and better support the state’s thriving outdoor recreation economy.

The agencies are accepting applications to serve on the task force until Jan. 10.

There is mounting scientific evidence of the significant health and wellness benefits of outdoor recreation. In addition, the impact of outdoor recreation to local, state and national economies is well-documented, as is the importance of Minnesota’s outdoor recreation opportunities as a key motivator for tourists to visit our state.

“Outdoor recreation provides substantial social, economic, and health-related benefits to Minnesotans,” said Governor Tim Walz. “This task force represents a ‘big-tent’ effort to bring together a community of leaders who will make recommendations to make sure Minnesota is second-to-none in outdoor recreation and economic opportunity.”

Around the country, 16 states have created offices or commissions on outdoor recreation as a way to collaborate across agency and organizational boundaries to expand the benefits of outdoor recreation for the economy, environmental stewardship, and quality of life.

Minnesota’s task force will make its recommendations to the DNR and Explore Minnesota by next fall about what Minnesota can do to enhance outdoor recreation opportunities.

“Interest in outdoor recreation is growing nationally due to the many economic, public health, and social benefits outdoor activities and public lands bring to communities,” said DNR Commissioner Sarah Strommen. “New research shows what Minnesotans have always intuitively known: that life is better when you spend some time outdoors. We want to ensure that Minnesota welcomes all people—regardless of ability or background—to participate in that higher quality of life.”

“Recreation in Minnesota, including outdoor activities, is a major sector of a $15.3 billion tourism economy in our state,” said Explore Minnesota Tourism Director John Edman. “We’re eager to collaborate with a diverse group of public, private, tribal and nonprofit organizations to engage more visitors with Minnesota’s outdoor recreation opportunities.”

The DNR and Explore Minnesota leadership will select 20 task force members to represent a diverse and balanced mix of outdoor interests, expertise and values. Interested individuals may complete the application form online on the DNR’s website at mndnr.gov/ORTF or print it out and return it to Attn: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Parks and Trails Division, Attn: Minnesota Outdoor Recreation Task Force, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155. Questions about the application process should be directed to the contacts on the webpage.

SKI-DOO INTRODUCES REMOVABLE SNOWFLAP FOR SUMMIT

Posted on December 31st, 2019 in Sledder News, Uncategorized

(Ski-Doo Bulletin – November 22, 2019) – BRP’s Ski-Doo accessory team introduces the LinQ Lightweight Snowflap Extension for the innovative short tunnel Summit X with Expert package.  Now riders operating on hardpack, low and icy snow trail conditions can add this new accessory to maintain cooling performance very close to that of a Summit with normal length tunnel and longer snow flap. The LinQ lightweight Snowflap Extension installs on the stock Summit X with Expert Package snowflap with no modification and stows on the tunnel when not in use. The snowflap also stows on the popular Slim Waterproof Tunnel Bag or LinQ Fuel Caddy using LinQ cargo bases and LinQ Fasteners.

Part Number   860 201 992           $119.99 USD/$144.99 CAD

ARCTIC NEW IN-SEASON M6000 ALPHA AT DEALERSHIPS NOW

Posted on December 30th, 2019 in Sledder Featured Article, Sledder News, Uncategorized

If you  didn’t get your hands on a new 2020 Arctic Cat last spring and all this recent snow has you kicking yourself for not pulling the trigger. We have good news. The kids at Cat recently announced the availability of a very limited number of M6000 Alpha One snowmobiles with the ground breaking Alpha mono-rail rear suspension. This model was not available during the 2020 Snowmageddon launch and is not in the current Model Year 2021 lineup available for pre-order. Still you can get your hands on one if you act fast. A very limited number of M6000 sleds will be made available at select dealers from now until they’re gone. Poof!