If you’ve been following our blog lately, it’s pretty clear that we’re into snowmobiles. When living in an area that gets below-zero highs, you can feel a little antsy being stuck inside.
Winter is upon us in most of the country, and with it brings the makings of outdoor memories made only in the snow. Aside from skiing, ice fishing and forming snowmen and angels, snowmobiling is usually at the top of the list when it comes to winter fun. After reviewing the trail offerings of the Midwest
Founded in Wisconsin, AMSOIL is a company at the heart of snowmobile country. Did you know the snowmobile was invented here in our state? It’s true. Carl Eliason brought to life his idea of a “motor toboggan” in 1924 and the rest, as they say, is history.
Old man winter is making his official entrance this weekend with the season’s first snow storm lumbering across the Midwest. Winter enthusiasts have been anxiously awaiting the chance to take their first snowmobile rides of the season, and the time has nearly come to execute plans and trail routes that have been laid out for weeks.
AMSOIL Championship Snocross kicks off this weekend with the AMSOIL DOMINATOR Race. The AMSOIL DOMINATOR began five years ago as a way to start out the Snocross season with a fast-paced, winner-takes-all style of racing.
Fuel maintenance is a big issue, whether you own a motorcycle, dirt bike, snowmobile, lawn mower or other piece of equipment. Currently, most gasoline sold in the U.S. contains up to 10 percent ethanol (E10), while gasoline containing up to 15 percent (E15) is becoming available at stations around the country.