You have gone thru
detailed TRAIL RIDE ARCHIVES, you have seen many examples of our TOURS, and you have looked thru our
LANDMARKS and have pictured yourself
and your friends on a
in of all places
So here is a question you need to ask yourself:
Question: What makes a
Tour Sled, the Superior Sled of Choice in Saskatchewan?
it isn't just one thing, it is a combination of factors here is
First our sleds work well under a large variety of conditions.
This is part of what makes a
tour sled in
ideal for the most unbelievably diverse
snowmobiling terrain you could encounter in the world. Our sleds
are prepared to run on the groomed trail or our favorite, in the
Nisbet backcountry. Sporting track lengths from 121" to 141" our
sleds "ARE FUN", they are agile and maneuverable in the Nisbet
meadows and hills. Our sleds are powerful 2 stroke twin and
triple cylinder models that are light weight, especially in
comparison to many of the newest offerings in the past years,
which are popular on the groomed trails but not so much in the
Nisbet Forest back country when
A number of things on a
tour sled sets us apart from the rest,
you could say it’s in the finer details; the consistency, simplicity and
dependability are pretty major ticket items.
Here is a Finer Detail to Think About
Could you just imagine having to carry a maintenance supply for 10
different brands & models of snowmobiles?
10 different windscreens,
different sets of skis or carbide ski runners,
snowmobile drive belts or
10 completely different suspension
...wow that would be a unbelievable amount of spare parts
for each model!
...maybe if you don't have any spare parts
...a fleet of 10 different models would be OK!
Riding one of the newest or a one off exotic snowmobile on a
cross-county ride in Saskatchewan
could be a recipe for disaster.
Maybe it's the 20 plus years we've been looking after our
customers that gives us the advantage you are looking for?
The performance of the
Tour Sled doesn’t start only with the obvious…the engine, it starts
with the sleds ability to keep the operator warm and comfortable
and in control! Most people seem to forget until they are out
there, that the days for a little 3 inch windshield are far and
few in between. For sure the images of a 3 inch windshield do
belong in between the pages of your favorite magazine! Sure some
riders in Saskatchewan will beat their chest and brave the
elements. They will show you their blacked cheeks where they
have been freezing their face over and over. And they will tell
you it doesn't bother them. Do you want your loved one to come
back from a snowmobile ride with black frozen cheeks?