A family owned and operated shop, based in Steamboat Springs. The shop is fast and accurate and the parts department has been know to overnight parts when we need them. Steamboat Powersports is our shop hands down, they are second to none.
As a company Caliber shares a passion for safety with us, they want people to be safe when loading and unloading. Their products provide great traction for boots/shoes in any weather as well as protect the floor from carbides. With an unbeatable warranty that we have yet to use.
If you mention TBA they will donate a portion of your stay to help us provide free classes.
We have been here, there was no one else around, truly a hidden paradise. Ride in, ride out from the front door, the area is huge and diverse with some great technical areas, lots of parks and a good trail system (if that's what you're into)
BRAAP video, December issue of SnoWest Magazine, snotel depth, accumulated snowfall
TKI CNC makes amazing quality parts to make your rides better from the virtually indestructible belt drive kits, brake reservoir protectors and kill switch stops to recut brake levers and traction cleats for running boards. Tom does an awesome job and as a rider he knows what we need and how to make a sled better.
Sapporo does a lot to help us during fundraisers but also makes sure that we can debrief in style, with a refreshing brew on the mountain after a long day. When it's time for a great beer, grab for a beer that supports our culture.
Japan’s first German-trained brewmaster
Fueled by an adventurous spirit, Seibei Nakagawa left Japan at the age of 17 at a time when doing so was strictly forbidden. His travels eventually led him to Germany where he learned the craft of brewing, a craft he would apply back home in 1876 as Sapporo’s first brewmaster