Didn’t think that a motocross bike with a Timbersled
kit could scrub a jump?
Think again. Brock Hoyer
can do the impossible.
Horsepower plus traction
equals unlimited fun at
unrivaled heights in places
unseen by most people.
waning and the crowd streaming
back to the center of town, Daryl
looked bummed as he thought about
what might have been. I did my
best to convince him that his tri-umph-to-tragedy epic was more interesting than just being third. After all,
everyone likes an underdog story,
even if doesn’t include a kiss from
the trophy girl.
We had a glorious few days in
McCall, Idaho. We blazed trails high
above civilization. We raced against
32 other like-minded individuals and
bench raced afterward. The best
news was that we departed from
the Timbersled adventure with every
bone intact. As for me, I was thrilled
to be a part of something much
bigger—the beginning of a sport
that deserves to flourish. Hopefully,
Timbersled can continue to attract
new faces to snow biking. Trust
me when I say that one ride on a
Timbersled Mountain Horse in fresh
powder is enough to get anyone
hooked. How else can you ride to
a place where eagles fly and enjoy
snow on a motocross bike?
For more information on the
Timbersled Mountain Horse, please
visit www.timbersled.com or call
(208) 255-5644. ❏