In a good winter with lots of snow, it is darn near impossible to keep up with everything that is going on, but here’s a couple of highlights. Last weekend was the Hall of Fame “Ride With The Champs” including … Continue reading
1984 World Champion JIM DIMMERMAN fires up his World Championship winning sled… man does it sound mean! The sled is now on display at Thee Snowmobile Hall of Fame! Thanks to ArcticInsider.com for the tip!
The board of directors of the Snowmobile Hall of Fame (SHOF) in St. Germain, WI, is happy to announce the 2013 Inductees. They are BLAIR MORGAN of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, JOHN ZEGLIN of Delano, MN, NORMAN BALL III of Menominee … Continue reading
Yes indeed! You could be the proud owner of this fantastic looking 1976 Mercury 440cc Trail Twister Restored and Donated by Tom White! Simply visit Thee Hall of Fame Website and follow the instructions to buy a small mound of … Continue reading
FORWARD I’m not exactly sure how or why but at some point I began writing down the experiences my riding buddies and myself were having trail riding vintage snowmobiles. I suppose it had something to do with the words that … Continue reading
What do you do when it’s too darn hot to think about snowmobiles? Take them on parade, of course! Here Thee Hall of Fame participates in a local St. Germain Wisconsin parade this past summer.
Next May at thee Hall of Fame’s Classic Sled Roundup, they will once again draw a ticket for a very cool sled! This time it’s a 1978 Brian Nelson replica Cat built by Brian Nelson for the raffle! The sled … Continue reading
This is the original Arctic Cat race trailer used for supporting all the independant guys who raced Scorpion and Cat on the ovals, probably also cross country in the late 70′s, until Cat went out of business in the early … Continue reading
I had a great day at the Classic Sled Roundup in St. Germain Wisconsin yesterday. This was my first big-time vintage snowmobile show, and I am truly impressed. I had no idea there was so many of these old machines … Continue reading
In 1973 the development of Yamaha’s racing program hit the bulls-eye with the 74 SRX. The innovations are extensive and impressive. Words like Titanium, Magnesium, Carbon fiber, liquid cooling, CDI electronics, and more all describe this engineering marvel. Geometry and … Continue reading