The Ultimate Arctic Cat Journey

Two Fathers. Two Sons. Four Arctic Cats. 3,500 Miles.

Snowmobiling is a family affair. Fathers and sons. Brothers and sisters. From the ones we’re born with to the ones we meet on the trail. Every fresh snow is an opportunity for a family tradition.

And one family understands that better than any other.

When Lorne Steeves told us he and his father, Bob, wanted to ride to our home in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, we were intrigued. Then they told us they were starting 3,500 miles away, in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Now we’re hooked.

We’re helping you follow along with Bob, Lorne, and their friends, father-son Truman and Trevor Copp, as they traverse Canada’s frozen tundra and America’s snow-covered upper Midwest.

This is a journey to celebrate what this sport means to bloodlines nationwide.

This is the Ride of a Lifetime.

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