Ermengardi Snowmobile June 02nd, 2018 - 11:58:32
We cant all be James Bond or a professional snowmobile racer but many of us can enjoy the highly technical and exciting sleds manufactured by the Bombardier Company. Ski Doo snowmobiles continue to rise in popularity. The company offers special models of snowmobiles that can only be ordered in the spring. These early ordering programs have become quite popular enabling a rider to be the first in line for the coveted new models and designs. You can expect to see many Ski Doo snowmobiles this winter zipping along freshly groomed trails and fresh powder.
Not only is this potentially dangerous from debris hidden by snow but it is trespassing and landowner complaints may close the trail. Always wear a helmet and facemask. Dress in layers under a full-body snowmobile suit; wear proper gloves mittens and boots. Consider that when you are riding at 40mph you are creating 40mph winds upon yourself which makes the air feel much colder on any exposed skin. Take a Snowmobile Safety Course. Especially if you only ride a handful of times a year its worth the $10 to take the independent study course from the Minnesota DNR. You can get a training CD by visiting their certification page. Youll need it to get certified and since youll have the CD at home you can review it before you ride for the first time each season.
These young buyers keep coming back upgrading to sleds that are more expensive and become devoted lifetime customers. Ski Doo snowmobiles have also won numerous awards in the industry. Snowgoer magazine recently voted the 2009 model MX-Z-TNT as the snowmobile of the year. The magazines panel of voters was impressed with Ski Doos revolutionary two-stroke direct injection engine. This Rotax engine offers greater fuel efficiency without compromising on performance. Snowgoer magazine has recognized Ski Doo snowmobiles in previous years as well.
Pierce Broson as James Bond used the Ski Doo model MX Z-Rev for his dramatic action scenes in the 2002 movie "Die Another Day." This high tech sled model in a bright design of black red and silver was made available on a limited basis for consumers to purchase. This specially designed snowmobile is now displayed at the National Motor Museum in England. These snowmobiles have captured the imagination of sled enthusiasts daredevils and the young at heart. Many young snowmobilers flush with their hard earned savings and a desire to be cool often purchase a sled as their first snowmobile.