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Keith Curtis

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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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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Keith Curtis Afton Hillclimb

Keith Curtis put on a show to remember at the Afton (Wyoming) Hillclimb this past weekend, winning all five Pro Men’s classes in which he competed as well as two King of the Hill run-offs. The Afton Hillclimb was this season’s second Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hlllclimb (RMSHA) points event.

Curtis won the 600 Stock, 800 Stock, 1000 Stock, 800 Mod, and Open Mod class titles. He then won the Stock King title on his 1000 Stock sled, and won the Mod King title on his 800 Mod sled. Curtis said it was the fourth time in his career he had achieved such a sweep at an RMSHA hillclimb.

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Alaska Iron Dog Podium

Polaris racers Todd Minnick and Nick Olstad won the grueling Iron Dog cross-country snowmobile race across Alaska on Saturday, Feb. 22, on a pair of 600 Switchback PRO-R snowmobiles. The pair completed the 2,031-mile race across punishing Alaskan landscapes.

The team of Mike Morgan and Chris Olds finished third, also on Polaris 600 Switchback PRO-R snowmobiles, to join the winners on the podium at the finish line in Fairbanks.

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2015 Yamaha Apex

With an excellent winter boosting sales in the right direction, three of the four snowmobile manufacturers are gearing up to show off their 2015 models with the Manufacturers Sneak Peek tour beginning March 7, 2014.

Touting all-new models, new technology, new colors, and the latest spring early order programs to go with them, the Sneak Peek tour is your best chance to see the new 2015 models in person before next winter.

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