A Test Ride up the Route 66 Trail Saskatoon 13-17



  • Lots and lots of Km's through Nisbet Forest & around outlaying country side and communities.
  • Transportation for up to 4 persons included unless otherwise specified.
  • Head to toe gear available as required.
  • Each individuals meals, fuel & oil extra, + + as required unless specified otherwise.
  • Pricing for Full Day Nisbet Forest Cross Country Tours
  • A Good Reason to let a SNOCRUISE Tour Guide Lead the Way!      


APRIL 11th, 2013

2:04 PM Our test pilot went by in a blur!!

The test ride subject: A 100ish HP Yamaha Mountain Max 600 that hadn't been rode in many many years. It was going to be a challenge just to get this sled operational, then once operational  reliability would definitely be a concern.

The test ride pilot: This is also a challenge, here we have the same potential problems, not out riding for many years, once operational,  reliability once again would  definitely be a concern! Doing a little research we found that this test pilot's last ride was in 1970 aboard a brother in laws 25HP '70 295cc,
Roll-o-Flex Wild One! Holy moly we should do better background checks on our test pilots!

The test ride subject A Yamaha Mountain Max 600 twin. Equipped with the O.E.M. SMART CARB fuel system and stock quiet exhaust. There is no need to disrupt the folks living near the club house or the trail with some backwoods hacksaw job to the exhaust system.

The 136 X 1 3/4 " mountain track has lots of grip and doesn't allow for to tight a turn in the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club House parking lot.

Our test pilot is heading out on the clubs groomed trail.

The test pilot definitely is check 'n out the 97 HP Mountain Max!

The test ride was over in about 10 minutes! Sometimes that is just enough!

2:11 PM The test ride pilot is getting pretty racy!

Except a pair of handle bar hooks w
e have completed our 2013 Project sled  transformation from Bush Whacker to  SNOCRUISE Prairie Max 600.

Sliding thru the parking lot sideways, a 43 year absence from the sport hasn't slowed this guy down any!

SIGHTSEEING is one thing, but are you fit enough to participate  in a cross country snowmobile ride?