In an era where seemingly anything is accessible via the Internet, fans of reading exclusive sled reviews, tour stories and more content from yesteryear that never made it to the web will be delighted to hear about the launching of the Snow Goer Store to SnowGoer.com. The store can be accessed by clicking the “store” tab on homepage, to the right of the navigation bar.
With a wealth of past issues spanning as far back as the early 1980s stacked in boxes on shelves in our office storage, its creation was a natural one to not only clear additional storage space, but also let the Snow Goer faithful relive the favorite articles they thought may have been lost in print once again.
Perhaps more importantly, we’re opening the store as a service to you for being a loyal follower throughout the years – we’re not gouging the prices of issues that could be considered classics and collectibles to many. Instead, most issues are marked up only a few dollars over the original cover price to merely account for the process taken to unearth, categorize, inspect and ship these once-forgotten moments in history. We won’t be outsourcing this job, but instead will hand-pull each and every issue ordered to ensure it’s in good-standing condition and will arrive ready to read, frame or hideaway in your own collection.
Wondering if we found the official Road Reports 2002 issue, which featured your favorite sled of the early-2000’s? Stop by the Snow Goer Store today and see what treasures may lay in your wake.
Editor’s Note: Every issue of Snow Goer magazine includes in-depth sled reports and comparisons, aftermarket gear and accessories reviews, riding destination articles, do-it-yourself repair information, snowmobile technology and more — including our Used Sled Shopper department that features a unique sled that might be a good value for shoppers on the used market. Subscribe to Snow Goer now to receive issues delivered to your door 6 times per year for a low cost.