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Protect your head with one of these feature-rich helmets
I was young, screaming around the trails by my house on my Yamaha Banshee. I was sporting some sweet gear and the crown jewel was my Bell Helmets Moto 4 Ricky Johnson signature helmet — the coolest helmet ever (yes, I’m that old). I was riding along a trail that was converted rail line, so the ground was crushed rock. I didn’t see the washout until it was too late.
The accident was pretty bad. I had been pulled under the machine in the air and it landed on me, slamming me both into the ground and crushing me under the machine. I was bloodied, mangled and with parts of me that weren’t where they we supposed to be — BUT — I was alive. The helmet had done what it was supposed to do and took the brunt of the impacts to my head. My sweet skid lid was toast, but I lived to buy a new one.
Wear a helmet, plain and simple. It’ll save your life. The helmets available today are so advanced that you really can’t go wrong. Find one that fits right, is in your budget and have at it. Any helmet is better than no helmet, but here are the 10 best helmets money can buy.
Check out the 10 helmets here: 10 Best Helmets Money Can Buy - ATV.com
Mar 01, 2016 - 3:43 PM - by VSAdmin
Little article and video about our home province to share with you all!
This snowmobile season has stunk. Far too many snow-hungry sledders have been left looking at brown grass instead of snow-packed trails this winter. It doesn’t have to be that way, but it’s up to you to save your snowmobile season.
It’s easy to sit at home and whine about the lack of snow, but the real snowmobile junkies don’t do that. When the snow doesn’t come to you, you have to go to the snow.
Outside of a few small reminders from Mother Nature that we do, in fact, live in Canada, our home base in Southern Ontario
has seen very little of the white stuff this winter. Desperate to put some miles on the sled and find good snowmobiling, we decided to pack up our gear and drive north for adventure. We found it and we certainly weren’t alone. It’s not too late for you to find it too, as you can find good snow into April if you follow our lead.
In a normal winter you don’t have to drive very far north in Ontario to find snow, but this has not been a normal winter. You’re going to have to spend a bit of time behind the wheel of your truck, but we promise it’s going to be worth it.
Both about 3.5 hours north of Toronto, North Bay
are good starting points for a Northeastern Ontario
adventure. North Bay has a variety of snowmobile friendly accommodations. Being the gateway to great Northern Ontario adventure, it is the perfect starting point for you trip. We’ve stayed more than once at the Clarion Resort Pinewood Park
in North Bay, which is loaded with truck and trailer parking for snowmobilers and is located directly on the trail with gas directly across from the hotel.
Read more about How To Save Your Snowmobile Season + Video at Snowmobile.com.
Buy a new Arctic Cat Snowmobile in November and get a free Quebec trail pass
Plymouth, Minn. (November 2, 2015) – To show the support of Arctic Cat Dealers, the OFSC in Ontario and the FCMQ in Quebec, Arctic Cat gave their customers a free trail permit with every 2012-2015 Arctic Cat Snowmobile purchased during the month of October in Ontario and Quebec.
Arctic Cat will extend the free trail pass through the month of November (Quebec Only). For every 2012-2015 Arctic Cat snowmobile retailed (Excluding 120’s, Race, Rental, Government and Special Services Models) during this promotion period, Arctic Cat will issue a refund to the consumer for the amount of $310 for the cost of a Quebec Snowmobile Trail Permit.
Each consumer would complete a form given to them from their dealer and include a copy of proof of purchase of the Quebec Snowmobile Trail Permit, copy of the Arctic Cat snowmobile warranty registration and mail it directly to Arctic Cat. Once received, Arctic Cat will issue a check to the consumer for the cost of the Quebec Snowmobile Trail permit. This offer is limited to one Quebec Snowmobile Trail Permit per snowmobile. Buy your trail permit where you ride!
About Arctic Cat
The Arctic Cat brand is among the most widely recognized and respected in the recreational vehicle industry. The company designs, engineers, manufactures and markets all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), side-by-sides and snowmobiles, in addition to related parts, garments and accessories under the Arctic Cat and Motorfist brand names. Arctic Cat Inc.’s world headquarters is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Its common stock is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the ticker symbol “ACAT.” More information about Arctic Cat and its products is available at Arctic Cat
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