Top 6 Factors to Consider When Buying Snowmobile Equipment 


Snowmobiling is one of the most popular activities in the north during the winter. It seems every person wants to skid on snowballs and large fields of snow and enjoy the moment in a cold environment. Snowmobile equipment is not only used for personal use but has also been incorporated for recreational aspects across the United States and other parts of the world.Read More

Hot Wheels: 3 Steps That Will Ensure Your Motorcycle Is Ready For Spring


Winter is finally over! As the weather warms and the sun spends more time in the sky each day, you may be finding yourself itching to get back on your bike. Unfortunately, there are some basic maintenance tasks you have to take care of before your motorcycle is road-ready. Whether you just picked it up from your region's premier motorcycle dealers last year or have been bonding with the same bike for five years, the following three steps will ensure that your motorcycling adventures can begin as soon as possible. Read More

How Do I Go About Buying My First Motorcycle? 


It's exciting to officially shop for your first motorcycle. But it's also important to consider what's practical when you're looking around at new or used bikes. You need to do some research and have patience before you can realize your dream of riding on the open road. Buying a motorcycle is different from buying a car. Here's everything you need to know about buying your first motorcycle, from safety tips to motorcycle insurance. Read More

Back On The Water! 8 Tips To Get Your Boat Ready For Spring


Spring is officially here, which means boat enthusiasts and anglers are getting ready to head out on the water in droves. Just like you prepared your boat for winter storage, you'll need to get your boat revved back up for the warmer months. Read More

Dirt Bikes, Motorcycles, and More: Staying Better Protected


If you find yourself owning dirt bikes or motorcycles, or if your kids are suddenly into snowmobiling, then investing in gear and staying educated on safety tips is a must.  Read More

Hit The Trails! Midwestern Snowmobile Destinations You Don't Want To Miss


With bitter winters and lots of snow, the upper Midwest is a paradise for casual snowmobilers and major sled-heads alike. There are thousands of miles ready to be shredded no matter where you go.  Read More

Another One Bites The Snow: Signs You Have A Bad Snowmobile Fuel Pump.


The fuel pump is a crucial piece of equipment for any vehicle, from dirt bikes to trucks to snowmobiles. Without your fuel pump, your snowmobile won't be able to run. Read More

To Store Or To Scrap: Will Your Dirt Bike Survive Another Season?


In a perfect world, your dirt bike would run perfectly forever. But this isn't a perfect world, which means it might be in your best interest to consider getting a new dirt bike rather than getting your old one ready for winter storage. Read More

Simple Snowmobile Services You Need To Remember This Winter


Snowmobiling season has officially begun, which means it's time to get your sled up and running or to start looking at new snowmobiles for sale. But even new snowmobiles need service work throughout the winter season. Read More

On Thin Ice: Safety Tips To Remember When Snowmobiling This Winter


Winter is right around the corner and soon there'll be enough snow to take your snowmobile out for the first ride of the season. But, it's important to remember not to take your snowmobile out onto the ice this season. Read More

Can't Choose Between a New or Used Boat? Here Are the Pros and Cons of Each


Over 15 million boats are currently in use in the United States. And even though the boating season is slowly coming to an end, it's the perfect time of year to get out there and find a great deal during the off-season. That being said, it's not always easy to make major purchasing decisions about a recreational boat, for example, whether to buy new or used boats for sale. There is quite a wide range of pros and cons of each option, which we've laid out carefully below. Take a moment to read up on some of the advantages and disadvantages of shopping for new vs. used boats for sale. Read More

Your Guide to Snowmobiling Apparel


The snowmobiling industry generates over 100,000 full-time jobs in North America. However, not all of these jobs consist of Polaris dealers and snowmobile repair workers. You can bet that a significant portion of those jobs are created in the field of manufacturing and selling snowmobile gear. For every snowmobiling fanatic, there's a whole body's worth of cold, wind and ice-protective clothing. Read More

Don't Give Your Motorcycle The Cold Shoulder When Storing It This Winter


Nothing beats cruising down the road on your motorcycle on a warm summer day. But, now that fall is officially here, days are starting to get shorter and colder.With winter on the horizon, it's important not to give your motorcycle the cold shoulder. It's crucial to maintain your bike throughout the year, even when you're not riding it... Read More

On The Hunt For A New Snowmobile? Here's 10 Things To Look Out For


Fall is almost here with winter not too far behind. If your snowmobile is looking a little worse for wear and you're not sure you'll be able to fix it up this year for safe riding, it may be time to turn it in for a new snowmobile...Read More

Tips to Maintain your Dirt Bike Equipment after a Race


There's no feeling like spending a day at the track on your dirt bike. From the moment you take your dirt bike home from the motorcycle dealer, however, you'll realize that your dirt bike (and the dirt bike equipment) require constant maintenance in order to perform. As with Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea, the initial suffering will increase your respect for the machine and forge a bond with the powerful beast. Read More

How To Prep Your Snowmobile For Riding Season


Winter might be the furthest thought from your mind, but summer is soon to wrap up and fall will be gracing us with cloudy skies and rainy days. Now is the perfect time to start getting your snowmobile ready for the season. Read More

The Top 5 Vehicles To Rev Up Before Summer Ends


Summer may be the season for camping. But it's also one of the best times of the year for vehicles. And we're not talking cars.

Whether you prefer your sports out on the water or on a dirt road, summer may be the best time to enjoy them. The sun is shining, the weather's warm, and the only thing you have to worry about is rain. Read More

Sail No More: 3 Common Signs It's Time To Turn In Your Boat


You can hold onto a boat for decades so long as you care for it properly, and that's an incredible feat. And as a responsible boat owner, not only have you paid off your boat, but you're also making the necessary repairs to keep sailing it.

But boats, like cars, can eventually suffer from enough wear to put them out of commission. And at some point, you may find yourself putting more money into your boat than you're getting out of it. Read More

3 Motorcycle Tips To Help You Ride Safely Under The Sun


Now that we're in the heart of summer, odds are you've seen motorcycles out on the road more than ever. And you've probably already taken your own bike out for more than a spin.

Many motorcyclists know how to keep themselves safe on the road. They understand their bikes move faster than vehicles and break faster. Read More

Staying Classy On The Water: Leisure Boating Tidbits To Remember This Summer


The 4th of July is here, Memorial Day is shortly in the past, and we've got a whole bunch of balmy boating weather on the horizon this summer. The number of boats for sale surges and people get giddy while perusing the Sea Doo dealers' inventory. Read More

Get Your Snowmobile Ready For Summer Storage With These 5 Tips


So you bought a snowmobile for sale in Michigan, and you had fun with it last winter. It's almost summer now, and you need to store it away. Here are some tips to help you do just that. Read More

Top 5 Things You Need To Stay Comfortable On Your Sea Doo


Summer is almost here. That means it's time to get your Sea Doo out on the water and have some adrenaline-pumping fun.

But before you take a seat on any personal watercraft and rev your engine, there are a few things you'll want to do first to keep yourself comfortable. After all, safety is key when you're on the water. Read More

Get Your Boat Ready For The Water With This Spring Maintenance Checklist


Warm weather is finally here, which means America's boaters can pick up their anchors and get their vessels ready for a serious fishing season. But before you restock your bait and hooks, it's important to give your boat the springtime love and care it needs before you hit the water. Read More

6 Surprising Facts About Snowmobiling Superpower Polaris Industries


If you've visited your local Polaris dealer in Michigan lately, you know the popularity behind the Polaris brand. Polaris Industries first made a name for itself as a snowmobiling company with high-quality vehicles made for back country and mountain riding. Today, Polaris Industries is also known as a major manufacturer of power sports vehicles like dirt bikes and motorcycles. Read More

If You're Going to Ride, Ride Smart: Must Have Safety Gear for ATV Riders


Hitting the trails can be a way of life, as is pulling off somewhere and going offroad. Whether you're riding dirt bikes, all-terrain-vehicle, or anything in between -- being out there is your form of meditation. If you're just a rider who likes to go fast, or maybe a hunter who likes to hit the woods prepared for anything, then you've likely spent some time researching local ATV dealers already. Yet riding an ATV can still be dangerous even for the experienced rider. Read More

3 Motorcycle Riding Skills to Practice on a Regular Basis


Motorsports are incredibly popular in the United States. In fact, it was projected in 2016 that the global spending on motorsports sanctioning bodies, tracks, and teams would total to be $5.58 billion. Read More

4 Safety Tips Every Snowmobiler Should Remember


Snowmobiling is one of the most popular recreational sports in America. In fact, there are over 1.2 million registered snowmobiles in the U.S. alone.

However, while it's true snowmobiling is an exhilarating winter activity it can also be extremely dangerous without taking proper safety precautions. That being said, consider the following snowmobile safety tips to keep yourself safe on the slopes. Read More

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