Here is a listing of Snowmobile Clubs within Saskatchewan.
Clubs that have websites are underlined.
The list is quite long, so be prepared for some reading.
Just image if every club listed had snowmobile rallies every winter - WOW!, would
we all be getting some quality riding in on our sleds.
It was the late 1950s, with the development of smaller
gasoline engines, before the one- or two-passenger lightweight chassis
snowmobile was marketed - and with it, a new recreational sport was born.
Ten years later, there were dozens of manufacturers producing snowmobiles
that sold for a few hundred dollars each. Today, four manufacturers will
produce over 200,000 snowmobiles to be sold annually in the United states,
Canada and Europe. With more than 4 million riders, snowmobiling is a major
winter recreational activity and a significant factor in increased winter
tourism in much of Canada and the snowbelt of the United States. The history
of the "snow machine" is yet to be completed. Today's snowmobile bears little
resemblance to earlier models. By today's standards, many of the machines of
the 60's and 70's are considered antiques.
PRAIRIE WOMEN on SNOWMOBILES Inc.
It is reported that, in 2010, this dedicated group of Saskatchewan women
raised $202,892.46 for breast cancer research. They have been recognized
with numerous awards, including: Outstanding Promotion and Development of Snowmobiling
by the SSA and a national special recognition award from the Canadian
Cancer Society. Mission 2011 for breast cancer research was on January 28 - February 4, 2011. PRAIRIE WOMEN on SNOWMOBILES Inc.
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as of January 3/2012
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