New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs Announces Partnership with Biteharder Sharpening Tools
As part of its ongoing commitment to snowmobile safety, the New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (NBFSC) has agreed to work together with BITEHARDER Sharpening Tools to take snowmobiling performance and safety to the next level. The NBFSC understands that snowmobiling is a fun family activity and is committed to educating its members on their Safe Riders initiatives.
As part of our relationship, BITEHARDER will donate back 10% of all sales that come through our website store. New Brunswick snowmobilers are asked to enter promotion code “NBFSC” at checkout. These funds go directly to help offset the growing cost of maintaining the pristine trails New Brunswick riders have come to expect.
The NBFSC is committed to creating a community of people dedicated to the love of snowmobiling. Their Go Snowmobiling, Take a Friend campaign is about current riders sharing their passion with family and friends. Riding with your children creates memories that last a lifetime and ideally create future generations of snowmobile enthusiasts. This program is a way to share the love of snowmobiling with friends who in the future can share an activity they love, like camping, fishing or boating with, you and your family.
The New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs prides themselves on the 8,200km of beautiful trails as well as it’s long snowmobile season. “Grooming starts around late December and trails are usually open until mid to late April” says NBFSC General Manager, Ross Antworth. The organization is one made up entirely of volunteers. They currently have 75 groomers that service the 50 snowmobile clubs within their 8 zones.
BITEHARDER Founder, Glenn Welch, had the chance to spend some time this past spring out on the trails with Ross and other members of the NBFSC. “I had the opportunity to ride in New Brunswick for the first time late last March and I can honestly say that it truly is a snowmobilers paradise. Wide, meticulously groomed trails, beautiful scenery, on-trail amenities and some of the friendliest people you will meet, make this a top 10 on every snowmobilers bucket list”.
The New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs is committed to keeping their riders safe and protecting their natural environment. Each year the NBFSC participates in the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA) Safety Week and promoting the Safe Riders program. These ideals and standards are clearly defined in the Canadian Snowmobile Code of Ethics created by the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO).
At BITEHARDER, our goal is to help you have the best snowmobile experience possible every time you head out on the trail. Help support the NBFSC with BITEHARDER Tools and get the best safety and performance your snowmobile has to offer. For more information visit BITEHARDER at www.biteharder.com.