Sno Ped Snowmobile

Apr 20, 2016

Category: Rides

Summer may be just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean we still can relic in the glory of winter-themed snowmobiles. I mean, winter will be back in full force before we know it. Will you be ready? It certainly appears designer Joey Ruiter is prepared with this one-of-a-kind snowmobile.

Dubbed the Snoped, Ruiter’s design is crafted from composite aluminum and inspired from of his favorite winter apparel brands. It features a lightweight chassis and cafe bike race posture to keep your center of gravity low and mobility high. With a body shape similar to an internet modem, the Snoped measures 76-inches in length but just 6-inches in width. There’s a 90cc motor to keep you cruising at respectable speeds, and a Chrysler Sno-Runner Track ensures the smoothest of rises atop the fluffy stuff. Oh, and did we mention the ultra-cool vertical headlamp that makes this thing look straight out of Tron Legacy?

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