Is there an age requirement for demo rides?
Yes, for liability reasons Polaris, Ski-Doo and Yamaha require you be 18 years old and hold a valid driver’s license. Arctic Cat requires that you be 21 years old and hold a valid driver’s license.
What will we see?
Three manufacturers (Arctic Cat, Polaris, Ski-Doo and Yamaha) are scheduled to be there and will be displaying their 2018 line of machines. It is up to the factory as to what machines will be on the line for demonstration rides. Even the Club does not know until set-up time. Also at the show are many dealers and vendors providing great season close-out sales on clothing, accessories, sleds, trailers, and other items. Visit the Antique Tent and see how far the sport has gone in it’s short history. Meet many representatives from the State legislation, Law enforcement, and Trails Bureau and let them answer your questions. See how your trails are managed. And as always, lots of great food and fun.
We need a place to stay. Who do we contact?
Rooms are reserved early in the year, so make your plans as soon as possible. Contact the North Country Chamber of Commerce, the Umbagog Area Chamber of Commerce, or check out the local club web sites and their links for supporting lodging establishments.
What is the best way to get to the SnoDeo?
The Swift Diamond Riders’ SnoDeo takes place behind the Swift Diamond Riders Snowmobile Club at 978 Diamond Pond Road, Stewartstown, NH 03576. Snowmobilers are encouraged to ride the trails to the event. See our Directions page for a map.
Can I ride my sled to the SnoDeo from Vermont or Maine?
There currently is no reciprocal program between Vermont and New Hampshire or Maine and New Hampshire. In order to ride your sled to the SnoDeo, you must fully register your snowmobile in New Hampshire. For more information on registering, go to the New Hampshire Trails Bureau. To find a dealership where you can register, go to the New Hampshire Fish and Game site.