Gift giving season is upon us, but there’s still time to order one of the six gift ideas for the snowmobiler in your family. Each of these items is affordable and is practical for the sledder. And don’t think these gifts are just for the Holidays, they are great items to get all season long.
Archives for December 2012
The Pink Ribbon Riders have been around for over 7 years and MaxSled.com has been helping them since the beginning. We will once again be riding on the Minnesota Tour on January 5, 2013, and we are asking you to help us support them. Pink Ribbon Riders helps patients who have been diagnosed with breast
If you haven’t been touched by ALS consider yourself lucky. ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) or better known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease is a terrible disease that robs its victim of the ability to walk, speak, swallow and breathe… finally killing them after a terrible battle. So when we here at MaxSled.com were given the chance
Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) today announced the acquisition of Teton Outfitters, LLC, a privately owned, Rigby, Idaho-based company which designs, develops and distributes KLIM Technical Riding Gear. Calendar year 2012 sales for KLIM are anticipated to approach $30 million. KLIM is an industry leader in technical riding gear. This acquisition adds KLIM to Polaris’
Stop Intake Boot Delamination Failure For Good. Ski-Doo 800R Riders can now choose between Full Valve and Half Valve designs. PRODUCT INTRODUCTION: For 2013 Boyesen Engineering would like to introduce an all-new Full Valve RC2 Series Rage Cage, designed to increase overall horsepower and throttle response in 2008 – 2013 Ski-Doo 800R sleds. Boyesen’s new
KLIM has developed the most advanced snowmobile goggle in the world. The KLIM Radius Goggle is completely revolutionary and is the result of tirelessly sourcing technical solutions to pain points riders can encounter every day they ride. KLIM defined the superiority of the Radius Goggle by setting uncompromised goals in the following performance categories during
The 2012 season has been kicked off this past weekend at the Duluth National Snocross Races. This year Maxsled.com Team Member, Randy Nemitz, wanted to see the races through the eyes of a 7 and 9 year old. After all, they are the future of our sport and we need to get them involved. We