American Snowmobiler magazine
American Snowmobiler is a monthly (October-March) magazine loaded with awesome pictures and honest evaluations of snowmobiles and everything related to snowmobiles. With AmSnow you get high-octane fun and all the latest news and trends in the snowmobile industry. Plus, we do our own independent sled evaluations in our Original Real World Shoot-Out where we test all the magazine's fresh out of the box sleds each winter, pitting them against each other and a radar gun. We also weigh each new sled fully wet with all the gas, oil and coolant in it, cause wet is how we ride them. We also test long-term gas mileage, so we don't have to publish manufacturer guesstimates. We're a full-service snowmobiling magazine, so we not only run sled tests and give you all the tech specs, but cover all the latest news, cool places to ride, what trucks and trailers work well, cool new riding gear and sled accessories along with racing news and features. Plus, we'll give you cool histories of ground-breaking vintage sleds that paved the way for today's sleds. We drop plenty of other sled-related stories in the mag too, and you'll get even more on our Web site, www.AmSnow.com.
Photo by Kort Duce
2010 AmSnow Real World Shootout
Photo by Scott Stollberg
2009 AmSnow Super Sled Shootout
Photo by Mark Savage
Roughly 55,000 readers across North America read each of our six issues, and thousands more tune-in to our TV show "American Snowmobiler Television" that airs in the early fall on Fox Sports channels in the northern tier of states and Comcast in Chicago. We enjoy snowmobiles all year round too, as each year we also sponsor an asphalt drag race in Martin, Mich., to show our support for the dedicated weekend warriors who enjoy running sleds, even in the warmer months.
American Snowmobiler calls Waukesha, Wis., home. We're just west of beautiful Milwaukee and Lake Michigan, so we can take advantage of plenty of nearby snowmobile trails after big Midwestern snowstorms, but we also test, ride and track down stories all over the U.S. and internationally.
Happy trails and enjoy the snow!
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