Ronnie Renner Snow Biking in Idaho Backcountry

Love fresh pow? We do too: It’s not snowmobiling, and it’s definitely not motocross. It’s called snow biking, and it might be one of the coolest …

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  1. pghdave420

    no dirt .bet the engines last longer and the drive components last longer .looks like fun

  2. Landon's fun video's

    if my dad had that on his bike he will love it even more

  3. bo2web “olivier” as

    And with a front suspension system linked by an alloy parallelogram like Piaggo MP3 scooter

  4. Phoeny

    The only thing that sucks is ,where I live, we don't have wild areas like those in the videoclip!
    Amazing places and super cool concept!

  5. Kevin Chandler

    I've spent a few amazing hours riding this type of machine, and it was an absolute blast. For me it was more fun than riding in the dirt!
    I was riding a Yamaha WR450 and it had plenty of power and tons of fun. The real beast however was the Husaberg 650.
    If you get a chance to ride a snowbike like this, DO IT!!!

  6. beerscin

    Can we ride them on the federation trails without the sledder's  getting pissed lol?

  7. Jason Erb

    the only thing that sucks is u can't really practice year round unless u want to travel

  8. Rod Zimmerman

    Converting a motocross bike into a snowmobile makes as much sense as converting a snowmobile into a dirt bike. Yes, it can be done but neither can compete with the purpose built machine. If you want a serious snow capable "dirt bike" experience, converting a snowmobile into a single ski sled makes more sense. Do the math, these dirt bikes put down no more than 60 hp (if lucky) now how much does hp does altitude and that track rob from that 60 hp figure? Those bikes are complete dogs and you'll never see a side by side comparison between the two for that reason.

  9. Alex baseballdude

    screw snowmobiles! haha jk but this is seriously amazing and one day I hope to do this with my bike

  10. Мартин Николаев Соколов