Snowrider’s New Kit Will Turn Your Dirt Bike Into A Winter-Ready Snowmobile

Nov 26, 2019

Category: Rides

Dirtbikes are the perfect off-road platform for taking on the summertime trail, but what happens when that landscape turns into something a bit more frosty? It’s true that the two-wheeled platform wasn’t made with frozen locales in mind; but, thanks to Snowrider’s new all-encompassing kit, you’ll be able to turn your daily rider into a well-rounded, snow-faring machine.

The transition from a dirt bike’s off-road-ready orientation into something a bit more sledlike is certainly jarring, but we’d be lying if we said that it wasn’t an aesthetically-pleasing transformation. Snowrider’s bespoke kit offers a clean, intuitive blueprint for turning your motorcycle into a winter-ready variant, including things like a rear track, single ski, and adapters that have been tailored to each specific enduro model that the company supports. Better yet, the transition is easy and intuitive, taking less than an hour to complete in its entirety. Head to Snowrider’s website to pick up one of your own at an attractive price of $4,900+ — far less than it would cost for a full-fledged snowmobile this holiday season.

Purchase: $4,900+

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