March Minnesota Snowmobiling is Online Now!

Posted on April 10th, 2018 in Sledder Featured Article, Sledder News

The March issue of Minnesota Snowmobiling is now available for free download. Want it delivered to your mailbox at the beginning of each month? Join a snowmobile club and become a member of MnUSA!

Christian Brothers Racing Celebrates Successful 2017-2018 Season

Posted on April 9th, 2018 in Sledder Featured Article, Sledder News

Emerging from the snow-covered deep freeze of another successful snowmobile racing season, the numbers show that Christian Brothers Racing brought the heat in 2017-2018. After 25 events, the team’s snocross and cross-country riders brought home 46 podiums, 22 wins and two championship plaques to add to the wall.  The snocross team was awarded the prestigious “Team of the Year” award by the Amsoil Championship Snocross series.


Posted on April 2nd, 2018 in Sledder Featured Article, Sledder News

The season is over, the numbers are in and the record books are written in Green! In national snocross and cross-country competition, Team Arctic racers and teams delivered a historic performance, capturing more than 60 percent of all class wins, more than 50 percent of all the podium positions and more than 75 percent of the high point championship titles.

Polaris® Hillclimbers Continue Season-Long Domination by Winning 10 Pro Classes and All Pro King of the Hill Crowns at Jackson Hole

Posted on March 30th, 2018 in Sledder Featured Article

Polaris® snowmobile hillclimbers continued their season-long domination by winning 10 Pro classes, all three Pro King of the Hill titles, and the King of Kings crown at the sport’s premiere event, the Jackson Hole [WY] World Championship Hillclimb, held March 22-25. 

Local ATV and Snowmobile Clubs Provide Support for The Northern Oconto County Community Officer

Posted on March 27th, 2018 in Sledder Featured Article, Sledder News

Northern Oconto County ATV and Snowmobile Clubs who pledged support for the newly created Northern Oconto County Community Officer (NOCCO) provided checks totaling $1,800 to Oconto County.  The money will be used to purchase equipment necessary for the program.