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What’s Hot & Not In The World Of Snowmobiling

Snow Goer staff

Since its re-launch in 1990, each issue of Snow Goer magazine has included a What’s Hot/What’s Not section featuring images of snowmobile life captured and submitted by readers. If you have snowmobiling photos you would like to share – whether you’d deem them “Hot” or “Not” – submit them to NLongworth@SnowGoer.com, and you may see your image in print!

Please limit submissions to two photos, and include your name and hometown with the submission. Send the photo as an attachment, and please note that low resolution images won’t reprint well in magazines — so send us only your best!

Without further adieu, here’s What’s Hot and What’s Not – as submitted by you!

“Snowmobile taxis on the Moose River.” Submitted by Paul Lantz of Moosonee, Ontario.

 

“Life on the straight and narrow.” Submitted by Nate Farniok of Rogers, Minnesota.

 

“70’s in style: Waiting my turn in 1977 on a 1972 Ski-Doo Olympique 300.” Submitted by Bob Rose of Cumberland, Wisconsin.

 

“No child left indoors.” Submitted by Randy Furmanick of Harvard, Massachusetts; pictured is son Cole, 10, in Colebrook, New Hampshire.

 

“Who’s the “stud” next to the sled?!” Submitted by Bob McGuffin of Watersmeet, Michigan. Caption suggested by Debbie Parr Shabaz on the Snow Goer magazine Facebook page.

 

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! Subscribe to Snow Goer now to receive issues delivered to your door 6 times per year for a low cost.

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