The average snowmobiler rides their snowmobile 1,111 miles per year. The average GFG snowmobiler doesn’t track miles — they just know FAST. A snowmobile, also known as a motor sled, is a motor-powered vehicle designed for recreation — and racing on snow and ice. Temperatures range from -40 to 90 degrees Celsius. Snowmobile racing is a competition in which athletes use snowmobiles to fight on purpose-built courses or natural snow-covered terrains. In some cases, snowmobiler racers battle the elements and the laws of gravity to perform amazing feats—including long-distance jumps and double backflips. Behind every great team in the hypercompetitive world of snowmobile racing is a high-speed female racer. It started with Judy Rinaldi — considered to be the best woman snowmobile racer in North America by 1980. She set the women’s land speed record for snowmobiles at 72.4 mph and nearly set the men’s record of 94 mph. She was the first person, man or woman, to win nine championships. Straight FACTS! Do you want in on the action? The best equipment and the best support. New cylinder and exhaust valve configuration, V-Force reeds, revised calibration mapping. First slay. Feel the rush, get your throttle therapy. Rise above the snow. Tune into GFG. Tune into victory.
We are always looking for Ambassadors for GFG. Our trending brand is for women of all ages who are involved in motor and action sports. If you would like to be an Ambassador, we need to hear from you. Let's see if you qualify to be a part of the team.