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The Timbersled Story

2019

2019

 

Timbersled Innovation Continues with Timbersled RIOT

Timbersled introduces RIOT, the most dirt-bike like experience on snow with a track that performs like a tire. It's an absolute RIOT in all snow conditions.

2017

2017

 

All-New Timbersled ARO Platform Launches

 

The all-new Timbersled ARO platform launches, revolutionizing the snow bike industry once again. It optimizes a bike's performance by making more efficient use of the engine's power, delivers easy and responsive handling, and dramatically improves deep-snow performance.

2015

2015

 

Timbersled Joins the Polaris Family

 

In April 2015, Polaris Industries - a leader in the powersports industry - announces the acquisition of Timbersled to create an exciting platform for continued innovation and accelerated growth.

2010

2010

 

First Production Year

 

The first Timbersled systems are produced in Ponderay, Idaho.

2009

2009

 

Timbersled Prototype

 

The first prototype Timbersled system is built. Allen tests the prototype with others who use different snow bike systems. When Allen reaches the top of the mountain before the others through areas he was never able to ride in before, he realizes he has game-changing technology.

2008

2008

 

Timbersled Is Born

 

Allen Mangum rides his first snow bike and realizes he can build a better system. The Timbersled concept is born.

2002

2002

 

The Beginning

 

Allen and Natasha Mangum create Timbersled based on Allen's history of building and modifying mountain snowmobiles. His innovative nature leads to the development of the industry-leading Mountain Tamer rear snowmobile suspension which is the first of its kind to offer adjustable coupling. Riders could now control ski lift on high horsepower machines.