Jason McKinney Location: Idaho   I'm from Rathdrum, Idaho. I'm 26 and have been riding for 17 years.My first sled was a Yamaha 340 and now I ride a 2012 m800 162 3in. I started out riding groomed trails with the family and it wasn't long after when I found out how much fun it was off the trail. Now I'm all about exploring new terrain and pushing my luck... sometimes a little too far. It's all about the rush and the love of the sport. Keeper pinned.

Jason McKinney
Location: Idaho

I'm from Rathdrum, Idaho. I'm 26 and have been riding for 17 years.My first sled was a Yamaha 340 and now I ride a 2012 m800 162 3in. I started out riding groomed trails with the family and it wasn't long after when I found out how much fun it was off the trail. Now I'm all about exploring new terrain and pushing my luck... sometimes a little too far. It's all about the rush and the love of the sport. Keeper pinned.

  Isak Teglund    Location: Sweden    I am from northern Sweden and was born in 1994, has been driving snowmobiles from my childhood with my father and my big brother. My first snowmobile was a skidoo olympiqe 340. I bought my first own snowmobile when I was 18 years old. Every time I go out to look for nice places to send it, I learn something new every day, but sometimes I'm so amazed by myself, its just that the feeling has kept me motivated to try something new every time i'm behind bars, winter and summer, I always keep my baby pinned!

Isak Teglund
Location: Sweden

I am from northern Sweden and was born in 1994, has been driving snowmobiles from my childhood with my father and my big brother. My first snowmobile was a skidoo olympiqe 340.
I bought my first own snowmobile when I was 18 years old.
Every time I go out to look for nice places to send it, I learn something new every day, but sometimes I'm so amazed by myself, its just that the feeling has kept me motivated to try something new every time i'm behind bars, winter and summer, I always keep my baby pinned!

  Par Berglund   Location: Sweden   Hi everyone! I Live by the ocean up north in Sweden meaning a lot of time in the car trailing my sled to better riding conditions. Like many of us sledheads I grew up with sleds. Being up in the mountains with the family. No speedmachines, only 377 and 503 ones at the time. The fact that "everyone" outrun us meant that I spent a lot of time in the woods (instead of the lake) searching for that sweet line to the top. Years and years later in 2014 I finished my education and bought myself a M8000 and the riding started to really progress. Been riding Cat for some years now but going to BRP Lynx this season. If you meet me out in the backcountry, I'm the guy that just keep on going. Trying and trying to be better than last time. That's what its all about for me at least. Exploring new terrain, elevating my own skills and of course the friends and family in the sled community. 

Par Berglund
Location: Sweden

Hi everyone! I Live by the ocean up north in Sweden meaning a lot of time in the car trailing my sled to better riding conditions. Like many of us sledheads I grew up with sleds. Being up in the mountains with the family. No speedmachines, only 377 and 503 ones at the time. The fact that "everyone" outrun us meant that I spent a lot of time in the woods (instead of the lake) searching for that sweet line to the top. Years and years later in 2014 I finished my education and bought myself a M8000 and the riding started to really progress. Been riding Cat for some years now but going to BRP Lynx this season. If you meet me out in the backcountry, I'm the guy that just keep on going. Trying and trying to be better than last time. That's what its all about for me at least. Exploring new terrain, elevating my own skills and of course the friends and family in the sled community. 

  Austin McDaniel Location: New Hampshire   I was first introduced into snowmobiling when I was four years old and recently began riding professionally. The majority of my riding takes place in northern New England and Canada, with multiple trips throughout the Midwest ranging from British Columbia to Colorado. When I'm not out chasing that throttle therapy I am currently serving a six year term with the United States Coast Guard on active duty stationed with an anti-terrorism unit better known as Maritime Safety and Security Team/"MSST" home based out of Boston, Massachusetts.

Austin McDaniel
Location: New Hampshire

I was first introduced into snowmobiling when I was four years old and recently began riding professionally. The majority of my riding takes place in northern New England and Canada, with multiple trips throughout the Midwest ranging from British Columbia to Colorado. When I'm not out chasing that throttle therapy I am currently serving a six year term with the United States Coast Guard on active duty stationed with an anti-terrorism unit better known as Maritime Safety and Security Team/"MSST" home based out of Boston, Massachusetts.

 
  Josh Cook Location: Minnesota   I boondock new mountain sleds in Steamboat, Colorado, Togwotee, Wyoming and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I enjoy riding tight trees on steep hillsides. I own a colorful pro RMK 800 163;I am also the owner of the colorful mod Phazer. Most of my content is silly, funny, and hopefully inspirational. I do all my own work and fabrication on my sleds.

Josh Cook
Location: Minnesota

I boondock new mountain sleds in Steamboat, Colorado, Togwotee, Wyoming and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I enjoy riding tight trees on steep hillsides. I own a colorful pro RMK 800 163;I am also the owner of the colorful mod Phazer. Most of my content is silly, funny, and hopefully inspirational. I do all my own work and fabrication on my sleds.

  Tyler Steele #100   Location: Minnesota   Unlike most Snocross racers, I didn't start when I was under five years old. I bought my first snowmobile when I was 14. After selling it, I found a cheap race sled and due to the lack of snow, tried out ERX Motorpark's Snocross track. After two years of making it only a month into a season before getting injured, in the 2016-2017 season things came together. I began racing the Grassroots and ISOC National and Regional series and saw great results. In my very first National at Canterbury Park I nearly hit the podium until an unfortunate last lap crash with third place took me out. I plan to race the Sport Class National circuit next year and hope to see how far I can take it!

Tyler Steele #100
Location: Minnesota

Unlike most Snocross racers, I didn't start when I was under five years old. I bought my first snowmobile when I was 14. After selling it, I found a cheap race sled and due to the lack of snow, tried out ERX Motorpark's Snocross track. After two years of making it only a month into a season before getting injured, in the 2016-2017 season things came together. I began racing the Grassroots and ISOC National and Regional series and saw great results. In my very first National at Canterbury Park I nearly hit the podium until an unfortunate last lap crash with third place took me out. I plan to race the Sport Class National circuit next year and hope to see how far I can take it!

  Joe Lester    Location: Alaska    I guess it started before I was born. My dad would take my mom to work by snowmachine while she was pregnant with me. I live in Nelchina, seven miles past the Eureka lodge on the Glenn Highway. It is a very small community of about 50 people. When I was 4, my dad bought me a "Kitty Cat" and ever since then I was hooked! I was born and bred to shred. Growing up here in Alaska has given me the access and opportunity to get out in the backcountry all year round. I do not work in the winters so it gives me the ability to ride anytime that I want. I am riding a 2017 Axys 155 equipped with a Silber Turbo running on 5 lbs of boost tuned by Fullthrottlecustoms.    

Joe Lester
Location: Alaska

I guess it started before I was born. My dad would take my mom to work by snowmachine while she was pregnant with me. I live in Nelchina, seven miles past the Eureka lodge on the Glenn Highway. It is a very small community of about 50 people. When I was 4, my dad bought me a "Kitty Cat" and ever since then I was hooked! I was born and bred to shred. Growing up here in Alaska has given me the access and opportunity to get out in the backcountry all year round. I do not work in the winters so it gives me the ability to ride anytime that I want. I am riding a 2017 Axys 155 equipped with a Silber Turbo running on 5 lbs of boost tuned by Fullthrottlecustoms. 

 

  Anja Mattson Location: Sweden   I'm from middle of Sweden and moved to northern Sweden in October 2011, when I was 19 years old. I'm a teacher and all of my free time i spend in the mountains, with my dog and hanging out with friends. I got my first snowmobile 2012. And have been tearing it up ever sense. The perfect day of riding would be clear sky's with a lot of fresh snow out in the mountains and in the backcountry.

Anja Mattson
Location: Sweden

I'm from middle of Sweden and moved to northern Sweden in October 2011, when I was 19 years old. I'm a teacher and all of my free time i spend in the mountains, with my dog and hanging out with friends. I got my first snowmobile 2012. And have been tearing it up ever sense. The perfect day of riding would be clear sky's with a lot of fresh snow out in the mountains and in the backcountry.

 
  Ryan Verrecchia Location: Quebec Canada   Hey everyone i'm 22 years old; as most sledders do I started off young at the age of 6 getting into snowmobiling. By the time I was 8 I was riding an old 800 144 summit. I only started to ride backcountry when my dad bought the first 2012 PRO RMK chassis. Which then became my sled to learn and practice on and now I'm currently going to be riding a 17 axys 155 and also a 18 axys 155. During the winter i run a backcountry snowmobiling clinic "The Sled Den" with my dad. I ride all winter long with clients/friends having fun and pushing the limits! When I'm not guiding in the winter I'm doing road construction all summer long so I can play all winter long and buy parts haha. "Trust me and just pin it" 

Ryan Verrecchia
Location: Quebec Canada

Hey everyone i'm 22 years old; as most sledders do I started off young at the age of 6 getting into snowmobiling. By the time I was 8 I was riding an old 800 144 summit. I only started to ride backcountry when my dad bought the first 2012 PRO RMK chassis. Which then became my sled to learn and practice on and now I'm currently going to be riding a 17 axys 155 and also a 18 axys 155. During the winter i run a backcountry snowmobiling clinic "The Sled Den" with my dad. I ride all winter long with clients/friends having fun and pushing the limits! When I'm not guiding in the winter I'm doing road construction all summer long so I can play all winter long and buy parts haha. "Trust me and just pin it" 

  Lynn Fogarty     Location: Colorado    Snowmobiling is a true passion of mine. I didn't ride my first snowmobile until I was 24. I grew up in Arizona and never really had much snow to play in. After moving to Colorado, I quickly found out there was plenty of snow, and I was missing a whole season of fun. I tried snowmobiling, loved it and couldn't wait to go ride and progress every time. I still feel that way, a whole five years later. And along the way I have put in tons of back country miles, and love to explore new zones. I have now competed in a few RMSHA races, and thrive to improve my hillclimb racing skills.  I am delighted when I can share my love of snowmobiling with anyone and hope to encourage women in the sport. 

Lynn Fogarty
Location: Colorado

Snowmobiling is a true passion of mine. I didn't ride my first snowmobile until I was 24. I grew up in Arizona and never really had much snow to play in. After moving to Colorado, I quickly found out there was plenty of snow, and I was missing a whole season of fun. I tried snowmobiling, loved it and couldn't wait to go ride and progress every time. I still feel that way, a whole five years later. And along the way I have put in tons of back country miles, and love to explore new zones. I have now competed in a few RMSHA races, and thrive to improve my hillclimb racing skills.  I am delighted when I can share my love of snowmobiling with anyone and hope to encourage women in the sport. 

  Braden Brugh    Location: Montana     I am 15 years old  and this will be my third year racing RMSHA circuit. All of last year I was placed in the top five for every competition. This year, my goal is to be in the top three or better! My favorite place to ride in Lochsa area in Idaho. I would like to thank Sledders R Us for letting me be a part of their team!

Braden Brugh
Location: Montana

 I am 15 years old  and this will be my third year racing RMSHA circuit. All of last year I was placed in the top five for every competition. This year, my goal is to be in the top three or better! My favorite place to ride in Lochsa area in Idaho. I would like to thank Sledders R Us for letting me be a part of their team!

  Melissa Lorenzo    Location: Colorado    After spending 5 years competing in the Fitness Industry on the National level, I needed a new outlet that excited me..,and boy did I find one!  How awesome is it to press that throttle down and hold the hell on!  Now that is exciting!   My competitive drive made me determined to learn the skills needed to push the limits of this machine, and myself. I have a crazy, and sometimes insane, love for adrenaline…as you can imagine No Fear and No Skill are not a safe combination (entertaining as hell to watch though!). Crazy to look at this past season to see that I was on my sled practicing more days than I was at work (shhhh, don’t tell my boss).   

Melissa Lorenzo
Location: Colorado

After spending 5 years competing in the Fitness Industry on the National level, I needed a new outlet that excited me..,and boy did I find one!  How awesome is it to press that throttle down and hold the hell on!  Now that is exciting!   My competitive drive made me determined to learn the skills needed to push the limits of this machine, and myself. I have a crazy, and sometimes insane, love for adrenaline…as you can imagine No Fear and No Skill are not a safe combination (entertaining as hell to watch though!). Crazy to look at this past season to see that I was on my sled practicing more days than I was at work (shhhh, don’t tell my boss).

 

 
  Mike Hand    Location: Michigan    Well my about me starts and ends with family. I am a devoted father and man to my special ladies at home. I work from spring to fall to afford to play in the snow in the winter. If i'm not plowing snow i'm carving it lol. There's nothing more adrenaline pumping then having your arms ripped off on a Polaris going 0 to 85 in 5 seconds or rushing through the trails at top speed. This will be my 3rd season as I proceed to push myself and my 2016 Polaris 800 Rush to its limits. GRIP IT N RIP IT BABY!!!!

Mike Hand
Location: Michigan

Well my about me starts and ends with family. I am a devoted father and man to my special ladies at home. I work from spring to fall to afford to play in the snow in the winter. If i'm not plowing snow i'm carving it lol. There's nothing more adrenaline pumping then having your arms ripped off on a Polaris going 0 to 85 in 5 seconds or rushing through the trails at top speed. This will be my 3rd season as I proceed to push myself and my 2016 Polaris 800 Rush to its limits. GRIP IT N RIP IT BABY!!!!

  Josh Richter    Location: Alaska    I’m 20 years old and have grown up and ridden all my life in the last frontier. My dad got me into sledding when I was around 5 years old. Long nights spent in the garage with too many mod motors and broken trailing arms. My first ride was a ‘95 Kitty Cat, and these days I’m on my ’17 Gen 4 154” for those deep and steep days, and my ’12 MXZ for when I really feel like logging those air miles. The Alaskan backcountry is my home and where I spend most of my free time. In the summers I ride a KX 250 and sometimes sit on my sled in the garage and pray for snow in mid July. I plan to start racing hillclimbs this year and I’m just waiting to see how far that will take me! 15 years on a sled has taught me that with enough throttle, anything is possible!

Josh Richter
Location: Alaska

I’m 20 years old and have grown up and ridden all my life in the last frontier. My dad got me into sledding when I was around 5 years old. Long nights spent in the garage with too many mod motors and broken trailing arms. My first ride was a ‘95 Kitty Cat, and these days I’m on my ’17 Gen 4 154” for those deep and steep days, and my ’12 MXZ for when I really feel like logging those air miles. The Alaskan backcountry is my home and where I spend most of my free time. In the summers I ride a KX 250 and sometimes sit on my sled in the garage and pray for snow in mid July. I plan to start racing hillclimbs this year and I’m just waiting to see how far that will take me! 15 years on a sled has taught me that with enough throttle, anything is possible!

  Desiree Becker    Location: Minnesota    My passion for this sport started as a toodler going for rides with my father on an old Yamaha! Living in southern Minnesota we don’t always see the snowfall we hope for, so I have a great group of friends & boyfriend who love to chase snow and ride just as much as I do. I love how this sport pushes me and teaches me new boundaries about myself, while also bringing people together! I want to thank Sledders R Us for this awesome opportunity to meet new people, and Brandon for always believing in me! You know what they always say, keeper pinned! 

Desiree Becker
Location: Minnesota

My passion for this sport started as a toodler going for rides with my father on an old Yamaha! Living in southern Minnesota we don’t always see the snowfall we hope for, so I have a great group of friends & boyfriend who love to chase snow and ride just as much as I do. I love how this sport pushes me and teaches me new boundaries about myself, while also bringing people together! I want to thank Sledders R Us for this awesome opportunity to meet new people, and Brandon for always believing in me! You know what they always say, keeper pinned! 

  Brandon Becker    Location: Minnesota    Our winter's never last as long as we wish they would so that's why we take full advantage of every day we have to ride. My passion for snowmobiling started when I was just a toddler riding on my old man's lap as we rode around for hours in our yard. Since then every winter I've been on a sled on the trails and in the ditches.. One thing I want everyone to remember and keep in mind whether your young or old, new to snowmobiles or a season vet.  We are all part of a family sharing our passion every time were out there on the trails in the mountains or even in a ditch.    

Brandon Becker
Location: Minnesota

Our winter's never last as long as we wish they would so that's why we take full advantage of every day we have to ride. My passion for snowmobiling started when I was just a toddler riding on my old man's lap as we rode around for hours in our yard. Since then every winter I've been on a sled on the trails and in the ditches.. One thing I want everyone to remember and keep in mind whether your young or old, new to snowmobiles or a season vet.  We are all part of a family sharing our passion every time were out there on the trails in the mountains or even in a ditch. 

 

 
  Zach Surdell     Location: Utah    I am originally from Michigan where I grew up riding trails. From there I followed one of my first loves, skiing, and moved to Utah, where I currently reside, and became a member of the United States Freestyle Team. While out there I decided to purchase my first mountain sled and mess around with it a bit. After riding in the Mountains for 2 years I decided to buy a new machine and see where I could take it. Now I take my sled places I didn’t think I ever could as a Michigan boy where the terrain is significantly more manageable. I plan to keep pushing my limits and progressing my skills as much as I can and most importantly continue loving it!

Zach Surdell
Location: Utah

I am originally from Michigan where I grew up riding trails. From there I followed one of my first loves, skiing, and moved to Utah, where I currently reside, and became a member of the United States Freestyle Team. While out there I decided to purchase my first mountain sled and mess around with it a bit. After riding in the Mountains for 2 years I decided to buy a new machine and see where I could take it. Now I take my sled places I didn’t think I ever could as a Michigan boy where the terrain is significantly more manageable. I plan to keep pushing my limits and progressing my skills as much as I can and most importantly continue loving it!

  Drew Massey    Location: Alaska     I grew up in Maine riding the northern woods. I joined the US Army and was lucky enough to be stationed in  Alaska where I transferred my riding skills to the more extreme wilderness of Alaska. 

Drew Massey
Location: Alaska

 I grew up in Maine riding the northern woods. I joined the US Army and was lucky enough to be stationed in  Alaska where I transferred my riding skills to the more extreme wilderness of Alaska. 

  Sindre Gryt    Location: Norway    I am a 31 year old backcountry rider from northern Norway.  I start riding sled when I was a little kid. And bought my first sled when I was 12, a Polaris Indy 650.  After that I have had a lot of sleds, and are now riding a 2014 Polaris Indy 800 with some upgrades.  I like to fly up side down on my sled! Tree riding is also fun.

Sindre Gryt
Location: Norway

I am a 31 year old backcountry rider from northern Norway.

I start riding sled when I was a little kid. And bought my first sled when I was 12, a Polaris Indy 650.

After that I have had a lot of sleds, and are now riding a 2014 Polaris Indy 800 with some upgrades.

I like to fly up side down on my sled! Tree riding is also fun.

  Greg Rector     Location: British Columbia    Hi, I am a 47 year old backcountry rider hailing from 100 Mile House BC. I generally get to ride almost everyday from the middle of Nov through to sometime in May.  Jumps, drops and tree riding are what I like to do and expect lots of photos and some video of my adventures.  Fb: Greg Rector 757 and Insta: greg.rector

Greg Rector
Location: British Columbia

Hi, I am a 47 year old backcountry rider hailing from 100 Mile House BC. I generally get to ride almost everyday from the middle of Nov through to sometime in May.  Jumps, drops and tree riding are what I like to do and expect lots of photos and some video of my adventures.  Fb: Greg Rector 757 and Insta: greg.rector