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    2015 Polaris 800 RMK-Pro

    Polaris to announce all-new AXYS platform-based replacement for popular 2015 Pro-RMK this Friday.

    The Polaris snowmobile website is teasing an announcement of a new model, most likely some version of the Model Year 2016 RMK series, that will be announced on Friday, January 30th.

    The video teaser, which you can see below, announces a new RMK ostensibly based on an expansion of the AXYS platform. The teaser notes that the “all new king takes its throne” with dramatic improvements made to all the things that make the current Pro-RMK series work. The Polaris video teases the new 2016 Rocky Mountain King will offer: instantaneous lift; rider balanced control, and immediate response. These are the stated hallmarks of the AXYS Rush and Switchback series of trail sleds for 2015.

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      The United States X-Country Snowmobile Racing series has cancelled the 2015 Seven Clans I-500 race, due Mother Nature’s lack of cooperation.

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        Ski-Doo MXZ Iron Dog

        BRP has unveiled its new Ski-Doo MXZ Iron Dog Special snowmobile, inspired by and named after the iconic event.

        According to BRP, the MXZ Iron Dog Special sled was designed for rough trail enthusiasts and features many characteristics used on Iron Dog champion machines, along with a distinctive color and graphics scheme.

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          Garrett Goodwin X Games Snocross Jump

          One of the coolest things about the Snowmobile.com Network is DooTalk.com’s racer support program. Last year, that program helped one rider earn a silver medal at the Winter X Games and now he is going for gold.

          Garrett Goodwin took silver in Adaptive Snocross aboard his Goodwin Performance/DooTalk.com Ski-Doo race sled at the 2014 Winter X Games, which you can read about here. On Sunday, Jan. 25, Goodwin is aiming for his second X Games medal in a race that will be shown on ESPN.

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            The Snowmobile Hall of Fame and Museum in St. Germain, Wis. has announced its latest round of inductees. Bob Enns, Herb Howe, Mark Zelich and Pat Mach will be enshrined at the museum on February 7. Below are bios produced by the Snowmobile Hall of Fame and Museum.

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