IT’S ALL ABOUT PASSION. It’s a place to show your stuff. It’s also a place to view other people’s stuff. What stuff? Cool sleds that have been customized, restored to stock condition or even an old resto/mod sled that is really cool. Doesn’t matter what your snowmobile was or is this is the place to strut your stuff and tell everyone all about it!
We encourage those of you who have customized or restored your sled in a big…or small way to submit your snowmobile project to the Sled Build website. Tell the journey you went on to make it what it is today. Go ahead give all of it to us. The story, the changes, the parts, photos, videos…and certainly do it in detail so everyone knows what you put into your project snowmobile!
Everyone who posts a build on the website will receive a free Sled Build beanie and a chance to win one of two $250 Dennis Kirk Gift Cards. The gift cards will be awarded to the owners of the snowmobiles judged to be the best in each of two classes: Customized and Restored.
The staff from SLED HEAD 24/7 will be the judges. They will pick the snowmobiles they think are coolest and best of class. The winning builds will be posted on SLED BUILD. In addition, the winners will also be featured on the SLED HEAD 24/7 and SNOCROSS websites too. So yes, rest assured everyone will know you are a winner! fine print
For those visitors that come to the Sled Build site you will find many cool sleds personalized by people just like you. Let them know what you think. Rate the builds and leave encouraging comments for the owners. They would love to hear what you have to say.
DENNIS KIRK is also going to award a $100 Gift Card to one of the people who visit the Sled Build website. All you have to do is leave us your email address while on the Sled Build website and you will be entered in the drawing. You don’t have to submit a ride to register for a chance to win this Gift Card award.
Check this out, Wyatt K. took an old snowmobile and lawn tractor and put them together to create a unique and awesome machine. Head over to the Sled Build site and read all about why, what and how he did it. You will find 10 more photos and a couple of videos there that tell then entire story.