Polaris Riders: Meet Riders Like You

Breaking Boundaries Joe Martinez, Wyoming
On April 19, 1995, Joe “Lefty” Martinez woke to find that three days prior, his life had changed forever. Unsure and unclear of where he was and how he got there, he made a conscious effort to find the positive in every negative experience and started Breaking Boundaries life threw at him. He is now a snowmobile guide at Togwotee Mountain Lodge and serves as an inspiration to others.
Return of the XCR Matt Prusak, Minnesota
Matt began snowmobiling at a young age in Duluth, Minnesota. After seeing his first snocross competition, he thought racing on tracks with big jumps seemed more fun than riding on trails and began racing snocross and hillclimb. Matt is now an engineer at Polaris and hopes to share his passion for snowmobiling with his young son. He also buys and rebuilds old XCRs.
Out West Chris Dunker, Minnesota

When it's March in Minnesota and most people go on tropical vacations, Chris Dunker and his friends prefer something a little different: they head west.  The amazing views, experiences, and memories keep them coming back to mountain riding year after year.

Life On The Snow: Reindeer Herder Jonas Stenberg, Sweden
For centuries, herders have moved reindeer from the summer lands to winter lands. Learn how Jonas Stenberg continues to keep herding alive for the future through the two things he relies on most: his dog and his snowmobile. 
Life On The Snow: Power Lines Tommy Hedman, Sweden

Tommy grew up riding and racing snowmobiles in the mountains, valleys, and forests of northern Sweden. Now, he still enjoys the freedom of riding outdoors by using snowmobiles to get the job done.

Life On The Snow: Family Tomas Andersson & Monica Holstein, Sweden
For Tomas and Monica, snowmobiling is about fresh air, good food, and nice company. See how they remain close with family and friends by sharing memories while riding together. 

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