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    Ski-Doo Modular 3 Helmet

    BRP has taken its popular Modular helmet and reworked it with a new shell and improved visor.

    The Modular was introduced in 1998 as the first helmet designed specifically for snowmobiling with standard dual pane visor and breath evacuation system, along with the moveable jaw piece.

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      Tucker Hibbert Arcticwear

      Team Arctic’s Tucker Hibbert will launch into the 2014-2015 Snocross racing season dressed in Arcticwear Gear from Arctic Cat.

      “It just feels right coming home to Arcticwear,” says Hibbert. “Arcticwear is part of the family of Arctic Cat products and people that have been so important throughout my career. It’s a brand full of passion that’s dedicated to performance. I’m very proud to be back in Arcticwear and have it as the official gear of my team.”

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        Ski-Doo Tec+ Boot

        With snowmobile season around the corner, BRP has added a new boot to its line of accessories – the Ski-Doo Tec+.

        “The boot is designed specifically for active snowmobile riders demanding the best in performance, fit and comfort, while keeping feet dry and warm,” BRP says in a release.

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          Ben Lindbom Yamaha Race Team

          The Yamaha Snowmobile Race Team has announced a new shock absorber sponsor, Elka Suspension, Inc. Elka’s ultra-lightweight Stage 5 coilover shocks will be used on both the cross country and hillclimb circuits by Yamaha racers.

          “What we are most impressed with is the Elka team’s level of commitment in helping our racers get on the podium,” says Yamaha Snowmobile Product Manager, Rob Powers.

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            Ontario Snowmobile Trail Signage

            Snowmobilers can catch a big savings break by purchasing 2015 Seasonal Snowmobile Trail Permits from the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) in October. After a 21% permit sales spike last winter, the OFSC is selling Seasonal Permits again for a special pre-season fee of $180 when purchased online at www.ofsc.on.ca on or before November 1, 2014.

            “The $180-Nov. 1 option we introduced last winter represents a 30% saving off the regular Seasonal Permit fee of $260 and Ontario snowmobilers responded by purchasing many more permits, ” says OFSC President Remi Sauve. “A year over year sales increase of 21% is phenomenal in any business, and that, plus a very snowy winter has generated a considerable momentum for snowmobiling heading into 2015.”

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