Its a lot like riding a dirtbike, except its a lot heavier than a dirtbike.
You lean it in the corners with your inside foot out just like on a bike and it has a twist throttle just like a bike, but it has a CVT tranny just like a sled.
If you are a motocross person who wants something to ride to keep in shape on during the winter a Snowhawk is good, but if you are used to riding a traditional snowmobile a Snowhawk takes a lot of getting used to.
The last two years I have went down to Haydays I have drooled over them.
Quite akward sitting on, but I think I could get used to it. I'll look at them more seriously in a couple years, get out of college and save up some money. Definetely wouldn't want that to be the only "snow machine" I owned, but I think it would be a cool toy to play around with once in awhile...spendy litte buggers though.
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