Again this year at the Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo, Snow Goer magazine will celebrate the tricked-out backcountry carvers and hillclimbers with its Rocky Mountain Extreme Machines display. Riders willing to bring their sled to the October show can apply, and the snowmobiles chosen will be not only being fashionably displayed, they’ll also be featured in the pages of Snow Goer magazine. Here is one Extreme Machine that was displayed at the 2013 Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo.
Owner: Preston Turk, 38
Hometown: Delta, Colorado
Preston Turk has been riding snowmobiles since he was 9 years old — always in the mountains with deep powder, big hillclimbs and thick forests. His skills improved as snowmobile technology advanced, so Preston wanted more than what a stock snowmobile could provide. He turned to the services of Vohk, the performance branch of Alpine Motor Sports in Kremmling, Colorado, to build this sled that he says is powerful, lightweight, nimble and reliable. “I ride with a lot of competitive guys, and I don’t like to be beat,” he said.
Tial stainless steel exhaust housing
Koso EGT gauges
Chassis & Control:
Timbersled Mountain Tamer rear suspension
Z Broz A-arms
Camoplast 2.5-inch Challenger Extreme track
Polaris RMK Assault chaincase
Race Shop Industries handlebar
Polaris/Burandt PowderTrac running boards, red Gripper skis
Skinz Protective Gear headlight delete kit
Appearance & Protection:
ArcticFX graphics wrap
Polaris Extreme front bumper
Custom rear bumper
Polaris red low windshield, hand guards, under hood goggle bag, handlebar bag, skid plate
Total Investment: $32,000
To apply to display your sled, email pictures and a description of each modification you made to your sled to email@example.com. Entries will be accepted until September 15. Even if you don’t have a sled to display, come to the show and see these unique creations.
The Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo will be October 11-12 at the National Western Complex in Denver, Colorado. For information visit cosnowmobileexpo.com.