This followup to the 2015 Timbersled is definitely no slouch, as it’s available in varying widths (10.5″ to 12.5″) and lengths (120″ to 137″). Simply put, it converts a dirt bike into a snow bike in just a couple-hours, and can be completed either via dealer or on your own. It features a bottomless rail system with long-arm pivoting suspension to give riders a smooth ride over even the treacherous snow. Kit pricing ranges from $5,300 to $6,500. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“Aside from adding additional suspension travel, it does many things. TSS adds that dirt bike ‘pivot’ in the rear suspension that we’ve all dreamt of but that snow bikes have never had; making the 2016 Mountain Horse feel shorter and more nimble. The pivoting swing arm effect makes your bike feel very responsive, narrower, and familiar – just like it’s on dirt tires. TSS centers that suspension pivot back under the rider, and it’s a massive step closer to truly replicating the ‘motorcycle feel’ on snow,” reports Snowest.