Synchronized lateral articulating technology
S.L.A.T allows you to turn, stop, and carve all by leaning on the handlebars. The skis are always maintained in a parallel position and when you lean side to side, the skis articulate with your movement. The rear control arms are mounted at a caster angle which allows the skis to shift from front to rear when you turn— for maximum control.
Prepare for the adrenaline
The Best Materials. Handcrafted. Zero Compromises.
Patented technology gives the rider a mechanical advantage.
- Increases Control
- Increases Stability
- Reduces Risk
- Reduces Leaning Curve
accessibilty to all
IF YOU KNOW HOW TO RIDE A BIKE, YOU KNOW HOW TO RIDE A SNO-GO
Whether you want to enjoy a scenic day on the mountain or shred all day with your buddies, our bike is the perfect choice. We captured an intuitive bike-riding motion and paired it with skis designed to perform in all types of snow conditions.
I grew up playing every sport I could manage to squeeze into my schedule – mountain biking, snowboarding, sailing, wake boarding, snow skating, free boarding, rock climbing, skateboarding, and whatever other boards or toys I could get my hands on. I guess I would consider myself an extreme sports enthusiast.
I am an avid downhill mountain-biker and snowboarder. My first time on a SNOGO, I was shocked at how much control I had and how quickly I picked it up. You can’t catch an edge, and not having your feet strapped makes it much easier on your knees. It felt just like riding my bike. I see SNOGO as one of those evolutionary products that will bring more people to the mountain during the wintertime.
I do not consider myself an extreme sport enthusiast. I’ve tried skiing and snowboarding a couple times but never really enjoyed it. The most pertinent memories I have are bruised tailbones, sore knees, shaky quads and long, exhausting days. I had come to terms with the fact that winter sports just weren’t for me. Until my first day on a SNOGO – which was entirely surreal. I felt confident and in complete control within an hour on the ‘Bunny Hill.’ After my second full run I could finally relate to people who are die-hard skiers and snowboarders because for the first time ever, I finally understood that “rush.”