The Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo once again kicked off the snowmobile pre-season for sledheads in Colorado on October 7-8. Whether you were able to attend or not, it’s always fun to see what was going on through pictures taken at the event. Enjoy.
“Should I get a 9R or a Patriot Boost?” The big bore vs. turbo question was a hot one in the Polaris booth.
Riding gear and avalanche equipment were both popular at the show again this year.
Yes, even when the weather is beautiful outside, going inside to a snowmobile show can still bring a smile to your face!
The swap meet returned, thanks to a last-minute offer by the crew at Wildcat Mountain Motorsports to operate the event on behalf of the Colorado Snowmobile Association.
Matt Entz (center) shares her personal experience of being caught in an avalanche during the Avalanche Alliance presentation on Saturday.
Dealer booths stayed busy throughout the weekend, but none were busier than the GForce booth, which was selling at shockingly low prices.
Trailers, snowbikes, ATVs, UTVs, dirt bikes, street bikes… there are all sorts of things to check out at shows like these.
Learning about aftermarket options for improving your snowmobile is a major attraction to the show.
Checking out the new sleds is always a big draw to the fall snowmobile shows, but we’re thinking the guy on the right might have trouble sidehilling a Rocky Mountain slope on Ski-Doo’s new youth sled!
The Colorado Snowmobile Association regularly hosts a fundraising silent auction at the event.
Chris Burandt was among an all-star cast of speakers at the Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo.
The Vohk Performance booth is always busy with curious, performance-oriented consumers in Denver.