The 1990s were a glorious time in the snowmobile world. Sales and sledhead enthusiasm boomed, as long-travel suspensions dramatically improved ride quality, three-cylinder engines changed the sound of the sport, and snocross racing rose to prominence.
There to capture some of that energy was the short-lived Snow Goer Television. What it lacked for on-air talent, it made up for with enthusiasm!
In this episode from the late 1990s (posted below), you can enjoy a destination story on the West Yellowstone, Montana area. Check out a story on 600-class luxury trail sleds of the time, including the Arctic Cat ZL 600, Polaris XLT Special, Ski-Doo Formula 583 Deluxe and Yamaha Vmax 600 DLX. Even the embedded commercials from that era are bound to create positive memories.
Enjoy. You can also click through and view it on youtube.
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