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Keith Curtis

(Photo courtesy RLT Photography)

Polaris snowmobile hillclimbers won the overwhelming majority of Pro class titles, swept the Women’s classes to earn Queen of the Hill honors, and won every King of the Hill crown at the Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hillclimb Association’s Beaver Mountain Hillclimb at Logan, Utah, on April 18-19.

Polaris Pro racers Erin Beukelman and Keith Curtis each won four Pro classes and they combined to sweep the Pro King titles, while Jesse Hotchkiss won the Semi-Pro King of the Hill contest.

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Yamaha USXC I-500

Next winter the USXC is bringing back one of the most storied races in snowmobile history – the I-500 from Winnipeg, Man. to Willmar, Minn. – and Yamaha has stepped up to support the race and it is participants.

“We love cross country because it’s the most relatable type of racing for fans,” says Yamaha Snowmobile Marketing Manager, Wade West. “It is also the most achievable for a snowmobiler to try with their own trail sled.

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Gavin Balls Jackson Hole

Gavin Balls rode his 2015 Yamaha SR Viper M-TX to victory in the Improved Stock 700 class at the Jackson Hole World Championship Hillclimb.

Just two weeks prior, Balls finished on the podium in second place in Pinedale. Turns out that was just a precursor to what most would consider the biggest stage in hillclimb competition, Jackson Hole.

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Woody's Logo

International Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc. manufacturer of Woody’s traction products, will be recognized as one of the 2014 “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch,” on May, 6, 2014 at the Breslin Center in Lansing, Mich. where additional awards will be presented.

“Our success doesn’t happen by accident.” says Robert Musselman, president of International Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc. “We attribute it to our intense focus on quality and customer service. We are honored to receive recognition from Michigan Celebrates Small Business.”

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Keith Curtis Jackson Hole Hillclimb

Polaris snowmobile hillclimbers won 10 of 12 Pro class titles, including all four Stock and all four Mod classes, and won all four Pro King of the Hill titles at the 39th annual Jackson Hole World Championship Snowmobile Hillclimb.

Polaris racer David Sharp, Jr., won the Pro 800 Improved class and the Improved King of the Hill crown at the event held March 20-23 in Jackson Hole, Wyo., and Keith Curtis won all five classes he entered, the Stock and Mod King of the Hill titles, and the event’s ultimate competition, the King of Kings crown.

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