NEWS

UPGRADE YOUR SUSPENSION WITH SKI-DOO PARTS/ACCESSORIES

The last few years have seen remarkable advancements in Ski-Doo suspension technology and performance for all types of sleds. If you have a Ski-Doo snowmobile that’s only a few years old, you can give its ride and performance new life with one of the many suspension upgrades we offer.

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Why to Buy a Ski-Doo Renegade

The crossover segment is the hottest in snowmobiling, as more riders want want the added length to bridge bumps and the versatility to go more places on- or off-trail at the drop of a hat.  No matter why you’re considering a crossover, here’s why you want a Ski-Doo Renegade:

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2015 MXZ Wins SnowGoer Aggressive Two-Stroke Shootout

In their December 2014 issue, the editors of SnowGoer magazine put our MXZ X-RS up against the top aggressive two-stroke snowmobiles from Arctic Cat and Polaris in a shoot out. They enthusiastically awarded first place to the MXZ,  saying it had the “best rear suspension,” “offers the most premium features,” and does everything well.”

While the 2015 MXZ X-RS  was a spring order only for and is no longer available in dealerships, it’s brother, the  similarly equipped MXZ TNT is on sale now at Ski-Doo dealerships. Build and price a 2015 MXZ TNT.

Click through to see what else they said.

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Snow Goer Canada Profiles the Ski-Doo Manufacturing Facility in Valcourt, Québec.

Story by Hal Armstrong,SnowGoer Canada| Photos by BRP

Nestled in Québec’s Eastern Townships, Valcourt has a long and rich history in the powersports industry, beginning in 1942 when Joseph-Armand Bombardier manufactured the Auto-Neige Bombardier, the first tracked vehicle designed to travel over snow. Assembly, engineering (mechanical, electronic, electric, mecha-tronics), procurement, strategic purchasing, quality assurance, laboratory and physical testing, technical services all take place at BRP, Valcourt.

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SKI-DOO AND BURTON TEAM UP

Valcourt, Québec, September 22, 2014 – BRP’s Ski-Doo brand is partnering with Burton Snowboards, the world’s leading snowboarding company, with Ski-Doo becoming the official snowmobile for Burton Snowboards’ team of pro riders. The two companies also agreed to co-develop products to suit the needs of snowboarders and snowmobilers and Ski-Doo becomes sponsor of the Burton Mountain Festival.

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