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The Ultimate in Precision and Capability for Tight, Technical Trees
The Ultimate in Dynamic and Agile All-Mountain Performance
Precision and Capability for Technical Trees
Dynamic and Agile All-Mountain Performance
The Best Value in Deep Snow Performance and Versatility
Mid-Sized Deep Snow Sled. Full-sized fun.
The Ultimate in Crossover Performance and Ride Technology
The Standard in Crossover Performance
The Value Leader in Crossover Performance
The Start to Full-Sized Crossover Fun
The Ultimate in Trail Performance and Ride Technology
Race-Bred to Attack the Toughest Terrain
The Standard in Trail Performance
Trail Performance and Adventure You Can Share
The Value Leader in Trail Performance
The Start to Full-Sized Trail Fun
Mid-Sized Trail Sled. Full-Sized fun.
The Ultimate Sport-Utility Snowmobile
The Most Capable Value in Work and Play
The Best Value in Two-Up Work and Play
Adventure and Versatility You Can Share
Four-Stroke Efficiency. Widetrack Capability.
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These snow-obsessed riders are driven to share their enthusiasm and knowledge for the sport of snowmobiling.
Snowmobiling has always been a great passion for Dan. He started at a very young age with his family and now Dan is the President of a large snowmobile club in Upstate NY!
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Jeff enjoys traveling to fall snow shows throughout the Northeast and Midwest, meeting riders and helping them select the type of riding gear that is best suited for them.
For Ken, the process of planning a group riding trip is awesome, but the day spent in the mountains is the best part. He loves sharing his passion with his friends, family, and other riders.
Lenn's passion of the outdoors is the driving force behind his many years of riding Polaris sleds. He started back in 1969 on the back of his dad's machine!
Matt enjoys helping others to enjoy the freedom to explore the beautiful state trails and back country. Outside of snowmobile season he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids.
Michael grew up in New Hampshire where snowmobiling and ATVing were typical pastimes. He is a powersports enthusiast, and if it has a motor, he is interested.
Tim loves promoting snowmobiling but most looks forward to introducing his two young daughters to life on the trails and encouraging them to foster a passion for snowmobiling.
Brandon currently has about a dozen Polaris Snowmobiles in his fleet including his very first sled. Showing those sleds at local and national levels is one of his favorite passions.
Cole loves the feeling of freedom you have on a sled and cannot stop pushing himself to improve his riding skills. If he's not riding, he enjoys hunting, fishing, and snowboarding.
Snowmobiling for Kevin has always been a family sport. Kevin’s family would travel to northern Wisconsin every winter to snowmobile in the St. Germain area; a tradition they still do.
Matt has been riding for over 25 years and has been obsessed with Polaris since he got his first XLT model toy. He mowed lawns to save up to purchase his own sled at the age of 15.
Matt has owned every chassis Polaris has made since the wedge, and says it's been amazing to see the progression of the sport. It's fair to say this passion has become his obsession.
Mike lives for the ever- changing scenery and passion snowmobilers share. Mike typically rides 3,000 miles a season and has ridden almost all of Michigan’s trails.
Miranda took her first snowmobile ride as an infant and hasn’t looked back since. Miranda enjoys traveling and exploring new riding areas and meeting fellow riders to challenge her riding technique and style.
Paul has taken his passion and established a career in the powersports industry, while also volunteering his time with various organizations in the snowmobile and ORV community.
Robert loves riding with new riders and his family. Even though much of his family is mostly grown and scattered around the US, they still get together to take family rides in the woods.
“Sleds have helped me to stay on a good path, have goals and achieve them, and it has taught me how to be a better mechanic, a better athlete, and most importantly, a better person.”
Stephanie was often the only female in her riding gruop, so she enjoys being a mentor to female riders and likes to help push the newbies out of their comfort zone to become better riders.
In 2015, Steve moved to Michigan’s UP, became president of the local snowmobile and ORV club, and helped the club return to fiscal stability and resume grooming the area’s trails.
Tom's parents introduced snowmobiling to him at a young age and they spent a lot of time buying, fixing, and selling sleds together. It has been a big passion ever since.
Tonya is currently the Vice President of her club and was awarded snowmobiler of the year for the 2017-2018 season with the Dodge County Association of Snowmobile Clubs.
Tyler loves snowmobiling because of the adventure and camaraderie. He has met many people and been to many different places that he would have never seen if it was not for snowmobiling.
Amanda is an extremely passionate rider. She was first introduced to backcountry riding in 2011 and has been chasing it ever since. As a bucket list item, Amanda spent two years racing the RMSHA circuit.
After years of wanting to turn his passion into a lifestyle, he became a snowmobile guide in southeast Wyoming. Fast forward seven seasons later and he is more passionate about the sport than ever.
As an Idaho native, Brad has had a passion for the outdoors for a long time. He has been guiding people in the mountains of Idaho for 2 decades snowmobiles, rafting, and cat skiing.
Brianna has became super devoted to her snowmobile career by improving her riding skills and her avalanche safety and awareness. She achieved her American Avalanche Association Level 2 certification.
Brooke's dad used to take her on his snowmobile trips and place her in front of him on his sled and would tell her to hang on. At the age of 10 she was able to ride by herself and its been a wild adventure ever since.
Cal took a riding coordinator position with the Davis County Snowmobile Club and has been involved ever since. Now as the President of the Utah Snowmobile Association, he is helping many to get involved in local clubs across Utah.
Although perhaps known for some of his technical lines and cliff drops, his true passions in the sport are the endless opportunities for exploration and the tight-knit snowmobile community.
Devon says, “Nothing else can compare to this sport. Being immersed in the terrain we ride in is something so few people will ever experience in their lifetime.”
Gracie has been around snowmobiling her entire life. When she moved to Casper, Wyoming to chase her welding career, Gracie found her passion for the sport and made many friends along the way!
Heather is involved in her local snowmobile club and feels strongly about protecting riding areas as well as promoting safety on the mountain. As a bonus, she says she's made many friendships she would have otherwise never made.
Jarrod started purchasing his own snowmobiles at age 12, and has owned many sleds since then. He thrives on “the connection you make with other people, taking them out riding and experiencing true backcountry riding.”
Jen enjoys sharing this passion for the sport with others, and you’ll often find her teaching clinics with Matt Entz from Mountain Skillz. During the summer, Jen enjoys exploring the mountains on her dirt bike.
"From the depth of mental & physical wellbeing, to the camaraderie of the sled community, to the intellectual challenge of mechanics & snow science for avalanche safety, the complexities of snowmobiling makes my life meaningful."
Along with being a snowmobiler for as long as he can recall, Jesse is an avid all-season outdoors enthusiast, a steward for the environment, and active in groups dedicated to preserving land and trail access.
During the winter months you can find Justin traveling all over to get his snowmobiling fix. During the offseason, he gets his rush through extreme watersports, spending time outdoors, and riding anything with a throttle.
Inspired to ride by his sled-racing father, grandfather, and uncle, Kyle Nicoll found his passion was breaking trail and exploring Alaska’s backcountry on his Polaris sleds.
Most days it feels like Logan lives, breathes, eats, and sleeps snowmobiles which when he looks at quality of life as a major component in “life” he feels he is pretty darn fortunate that this is where the adventure has led him.
As a smaller rider Mandy has learned to use technique and throttle to keep up on long and challenging days in the mountains. She loves sharing these tips and being a mentor to female riders.
Melissa and her Husband spend much of their lives snowmobiling. She is determined to help beginners be successful on the snow and loves to see the excitement when somebody catches on to a technique for the first time.
Unlike many, Murph wasn’t born into a snowmobiling family. Frustrated with learning the sport, the first generation Polaris Pro RMK saved him from leaving the sport. He has ridden every RMK introduced ever since.
Ryan grew up riding snowmobiles with his family mainly in Island Park, ID. To this day, it amazes Ryan the places snowmobiles can take you. His true place of Zen is on the snow in the backcountry pushing the limits.
Scott has the pleasure of sharing this sport with four generations of his family and he really enjoys passing this onto his children. His son bugs him about snowmobiling almost as much as Scott thinks about it himself!
Shelley earned three World Championship titles in Jackson over her racing career and Queen of the Hill at the 2019 Jackson Hole World Championship Hillclimb. Shelley is one of the few women who have climbed up over the top of Snow King Mountain in Jackson.
Stephen, who grew up in New Hampshire commuting to school by snowmobile, has moved west and evolved into such a skilled backcountry rider that he has been featured in numerous extreme riding films and ads.
In 2017 Sydnee started working for a Polaris Dealership.She loves that she is the reason customers walk out the door better informed about Polaris Snowmobiles and why they return to the dealership.
Quickly growing as a recognizable face in the industry, Travis Alley is active in his pursuit of backcountry riding, professional photography, and bringing more exposure to our sport.
Every winter, Alex is on a quest to produce insane snowmobile imagery. He balances his life between filming, editing riding, drone flights, blasting hard rock at the local coal mine, and mine rescue.