Yamaha’s Model Year 2015 Spring Power Surge offers many of the items you’ve come to expect from Yamaha, but this year they are offering Limited Edition models, something they haven’t offered is quite some time. As we noted in our Yamaha 2015 Snowmobile Model Release article, Yamaha is offering four LE sleds for the consumer.
They are here! The 2015 Yamaha Snowmobile line-up. Get ready mountain riders, you will be thrilled with the Yamaha line! When Yamaha put their team together, the focus was clearly to get a bigger piece of the pie in the mountain segment. The mountain segment is one area that Yamaha really wasn’t growing in and
On February 16, 2013, MaxSled.com attended the annual Pink Ribbon Ride in Eagle River, Wisconsin. The weather for the event was ideal. The temperature was about 10 degrees with sunny skies at the start of our days ride. I brought along a guest for the event, my good friend Jon Wendinger. This was Jon’s first
There’s no doubt that it has been a tough year for snowmobilers and anyone who has a business that requires snow to be profitable. But this past weekend we had an opportunity to spend some more time in upper Minnesota at the Iron Range. For me personally it was very therapeutic. The weather was beautiful
That’s what I did when I slipped on the 509 Evolution helmet. Almost everything about the helmet is designed for snowmobiling. The first thing that caught my attention with these helmets were the graphics. This is by far the best looking helmet without getting a custom built airbrush job. The second eye catcher is the tight
In the past few years between the media and manufactures we’ve had many round table discussions on how to sell more snowmobiles and how to get more enthusiasts into the sport. Some blame the snow conditions, others will say it’s too expensive or simply that they don’t have the time. Though these are all legitimate
Curve XS Skis is one of the hottest skis tested by MaxSled Staff. These lightweight skis provide riders with the dependability to carve around the corners. They also give you excellent floatation in the deeper snow conditions. We found that they improve trail manners on your sled with less darting and give you more steering
Suspensions are often a neglected component on a snowmobile. If you just bought a snowmobile or if you’re going to the dealer to pick up your new sled, chances are the suspension isn’t calibrated to you or your riding style. This is an area where we feel the dealer should go over the suspension with