We at BITEHARDER, along with thousands of riders across the continent, deeply regret that summer is just around the corner. This means the time has come for us all to stow away our sleds until the snow returns. But retiring your sled until winter isn’t as simple parking it in your garage. Summerizing your sled (which is the seasonal opposite of winterizing) is one of the most important aspects of owning a snowmobile.
We at BITEHARDER are huge admirers of those who blur the lines athletics and insanity in extreme sports. Here is the second part of our list of Top Ten Adrenaline Junkies, complete with links to some of their craziest feats.
We at BITEHARDER are huge admirers of those who blur the lines of athletics and insanity in extreme sports. Here is the first part of our list of the Top Ten Adrenaline Junkies of all time, complete with links to some of their craziest feats.
We at BITEHARDER are proud of how far we’ve come since introducing our products and accessories to consumers in 2013, and we owe a great deal of credit to many for sharing, displaying and giving our products a chance.
Among the many benefits of both visiting and living in Canada is superior sledding. And just like there are endless stretches of beaches in the Caribbean, there are countless snowmobile destinations in The Great White North. Here are just a few of our favorite Canadian trails.
What’s better than getting an early look at the latest and greatest from snowmobiling’s biggest names? Beginning in March, Yamaha, Ski-Doo and Polaris are showcasing their 2018 models, as well as new technology, apparel and offers, at this year’s Manufacturing Sneak Peek Tour. The tour is mostly free and takes place in both the U.S. and Canada, and will feature information from manufacturers reps, local clubs, and state associations.
Plenty of time remains for riders across the country to hit the trails and enjoy your sled before this season ends. Here are a few of BITEHARDERS’s favorite, must-visit locations in the New England states.
No matter what you call it – darting, sliding, pushing, pulling, swapping, or skidding – maintaining control of your sled so it’s pointed in the right direction correlates to a safer, more predictable, and overall enjoyable riding experience.
This winter, when you drop down to one knee, remember there is never a substitute for diamonds. This statement becomes especially true when you’re out in the elements on your snowmobile. And no, we’re not toting around high-end jewelry, but rather diamond coated Carbide Runner & Stud Sharpening tools from BiteHarder. BiteHarder is currently revolutionizing the snowmobile industry by using our patented AdvantEdge technology to create incredibly sharp edges for your worn-down runners. The power behind our cordless drill bit applications comes from the strength of the hardest material on Earth – Diamonds!
Everyone wants to be the best, especially when they’re choosing equipment. Snowmobiles are no different. But what makes for the best snowmobile experience varies among riders. Some people are searching for raw power, others need a balance between strength and efficiency. The result is the longstanding battle between 2 and 4-stroke engines. Fans of each will argue until they’re blue, but the perfect choice will depend on your personal goals.
Here at BITEHARDER, our goal is to help you have the best snowmobile experience possible. Our different products are engineered to keep your machine functioning at full capacity, longer, so you can focus more on enjoying the trails and less on the technical details. We carry a complete lineup of runner sharpening tools, accessories, and apparel so you can keep hitting the powder again and again.
As part of its ongoing commitment to snowmobile safety, the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) has agreed to work together with BITEHARDER Sharpening Tools to take snowmobiling performance and safety to the next level. BITEHARDER’s full line of carbide runner and stud sharpening tools uses the latest in technology to sharpen your snowmobiles traction products providing for consistent performance and enhanced safety every time you out on the trail.
Traveling in the snow used to be a pain. Snowshoes – those oversized tennis rackets from cartoons – were the best bet when traversing powder on foot. Sled dog teams made the process faster and more efficient, but feeding and caring for a team of huskies was difficult over long distances. Believe it or not, it took longer to create an efficient snow vehicle than it did to launch mankind into the air.
What activity gives you the best value for your money and time? Snowmobiling. When you own one of these incredible machines, you can enjoy the benefits again and again. Plus, you’ll save money in the long run, because the regular maintenance can be cheaper than most round-trip airfares.
These days, snowmobiles perform better and faster than ever before. Each new model has better capabilities, can handle faster speeds, and performs more efficiently than the previous model. Learn about the newest in snowmobile tech and how you can get your vehicle on the cutting edge.