Timbersled Mountain Horse: Dirt Bike Snow Kit

Jan 25, 2019

Category: Rides

So you thought that dirt bike of yours would have to be stowed away in the garage all winter long? Think again. The team at Timbersled have introduced an innovative kit that lets you transform your dirt bike into a fully capable snow mobile.

The Mountain Horse dirt bike snow kit comes in a few different models to help you find the perfect fit for your gas powered 2-wheeler. The kit comes completely assembled, and includes all of the necessary components you’ll need to hit the slopes, or the back country. Simply bolt this baby up, and you’re ready to hit the great outdoors. There’s no modifications needed to transform your motorcycle into an all terrain vehicle. There are a variety of advantages to a Timbersled Snowbike versus your typical snow mobile. The main one being the fact that the bike is much lighter, which in turn leads to a vehicle that is easy to control and maneuver through the snow. Check out the video below.

Mountain Horse Dirt Bike Snow Kit 2

Mountain Horse Dirt Bike Snow Kit 3

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