Youth Snowmobiles

Youth

Three of the four major snowmobile manufacturers have a youth snowmobile in their lineup and they’re all fairly similar. All of these sleds feature quite basic, air-cooled, 4-stroke, single cylinder motors that will run a long time on a couple quarts of regular gasoline. Safety features give parents the ability to limit the speed and a tether strap will kill the engine should the child fall off. These sleds are designed to be simple to operate and are a great way to introduce young riders to the sport.

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