2016 Timbersled Mountain Horse Snowbike

Nov 2, 2015

Category: Rides

There’s nothing more disappointing than having to put your beloved dirt bike back into the garage for the season. But, what if there were a way for you to use your bike in the snow? Now, there is: the Timbersled conversion kit.

There are four different models available that offer varying widths (10.5″ to 12.5″) and lengths (120″ to 137″). The kits can be applied by a dealer, or, if you’re handy, you can convert your dirt bike to a snow bike in just a few hours. Each model features a bottomless rail system with long-arm pivoting suspension, giving riders a smooth ride regardless of how much powder is on the ground. Pricing for the kits vary from $5,300 to $6,500, but the investment might be worth it if it means your bike doesn’t have to sit in storage every winter. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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