Trail Snowmobiles

Trail

Trail snowmobiles are a hybrid of performance and touring. While you may not want to log the same kind of mileage you would on a touring sled, trail snowmobiles have plenty to offer. They are typically lighter and more nimble than touring machines and are suited to a more aggressive rider who likes to get up to speed in a hurry. Sportier suspensions allow trail snowmobiles to tackle rougher trails, but these sleds lack some of the creature comforts of their touring cousins.

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