Sno-Go is the #1 selling skibike. Our advanced technology makes Sno-Go perfect for ripping groomers, parks, and pow. It’s a new era in winter sports, and we are leading the charge.
Adventure Lies Within Us All
Whether you want to enjoy a scenic morning on the mountain or shred all day with your buddies, Sno-Go is the perfect choice. We captured an intuitive bike-riding motion and paired it with a new ski technology designed to perform in all types of snow conditions.
WHAT MAKES SNO-GO REVOLUTIONARY?
I rode on these in Big Sky and they were epic. Normally I have severe foot pain when skiing and snowboarding from plantar fasciitis but with the snogo I was comfortable and could really enjoy myself on the mountains. Also these things can rip through moguls and jumps, I will definitely purchase one for next season. All in all it is definitely worth checking out.
Last season 2019, I invested in an Airbnb home 5 min from Gunstock mountain. So I spent a lot of weekends there doing DYI project. Often times, I would spend time on my deck overseeing the mountains trails, an amazing site, and even better during night skiing! I always wonder what it would be like shredding on those trails. But I wasn’t motived to learn how to ski or snowboard because of the learning curve. So one day, I was exploring Gunstock’s website and discovered Sno-Go bikes! It sounded interesting, so I YouTubed their channel and fell in love with their “why” about their product as well as being inspired by the people’s Sno-Go stories. So I made plans to try the Sno-Go and totally fell in love with it! So during the whole month of March 2019, my brother and I rented the Sno-Go at Gunstock every weekend until the season was over!
So, Sno-Go for me, was a great opportunity to experience the mountain life; and I loved it so much that during the 2020 season I purchased all 3 colors Sno-Go’s! So thank you Sno-Go for giving people like me the opportunity to experience the mountain life! This city boy looks forward to pow day winters! 🤘🏼🔺🤙🏼
The 19-20 ski season was my second season riding my Sno-Go! This has been the best ride ever! In two seasons I have logged close to a million vertical feet! The Sno-Go is quick, nimble and very maneuverable! If you want to try some fun and different, then you should really give Sno-Go try!
Great purchase, I’m very satisfied with the quality of the bike and it’s a ton of fun to ride. Unfortunately I was only able to ride it once this winter before all of the ski resorts shut down due to Covid-19 but I’m excited to use it next winter.
We rented Sno-Go bikes at Winter Park and loved them. They were super easy to learn and lots of fun. We couldn't wait to order a pair. When they arrived, they were easy to assemble with good instructions and a helpful Youtube video. We can't wait to get our new bikes out on the slopes.
So much fun and easy to learn. Can’t wait to go again! Snogo is for everyone!
I went from no experience with skis or boards to hitting every slope at Brighton within a few hours! Everything about these things is amazing. They assemble easily, the chair lift hook is genius, and you feel so in control the whole time you're on one. I'm just hoping they come out with kid sized ones so I can take the whole family up next time.
Was absolutely amazing!!! Super easy to learn! I loved the fact your feet aren’t strapped in to the bike.
The snogo bike is perfect for most ages. Great thing todo with the family!
My friend never skied before and he learned how to use the sno-go bike before me!
It was the coolest experience riding the sno-go bike and I look forward to the next time I ride!!!
I'm a 28 y/o male. I have tried skiing and snowboarding at various points in life. I've spent a one full day snowboarding and a couple full days trying to ski. All of those times I started and ended the day with very little confidence and relatively unchanged ability with those activities. It is discouraging and I never bothered getting into chair lift snow sports because of it. I have been mountain biking for a long time, though, so I took a risk and purchased the Sno-Go sight unseen as the last hope for me being able to get to ski resorts with my friends. And boy am I glad I did.
It is SUPER easy to figure out. I did one magic carpet run and was carving on that slope within the first 5 seconds of riding. I immediately went to the smaller chair lift. Carved the whole way down like it was nothin. Within a couple hours, I was ready for blues. With 1.5 days of total riding, I feel very comfortable on blues and will prob hit a black diamond next. I already caught some air at the terrain park. The learning curve is the exact opposite of steep. You can jump on this thing and look like you know what you are doing in no time!
It's a breeze to load on the lift, easy to transport in the car, well made and stylish. I can wear comfortable snowboard boots with it and they don't have to be super tight. My favorite part is that I don't have to do the awkward one foot shuffle or awkward ski-pizza to move this thing around. I can scooter it or push it like you would a regular mountain bike. I love not having the bindings that strap you down. Your feet and body are in a neutral forward position so I don't have any stress/pain in my knees or hips. Honestly the only "downside" to this thing is that EVERYONE wants to ask about it - you don't get a break! :) 10/10 would recommend to anyone and everyone!
At 72, with two torn ACL's, unstable knees and a developing balance problem I thought my skiing days were over, then I discovered Sno Go last year on line. After a year of waiting one of our local resorts, Mountain High in Wrightwood in Southern California, got on the Sno Go program and started making them available this season. Easy and fast to learn and fun to ride. Thank you guys for your creative minds in developing not only a fun piece of equipment to ride but also a great piece of adaptive ski equipment for those of us who need it. God bless your creativity and you. Now if other resorts would just get on the program. Looks like I'm back on the slopes again.
First time doing any snow sports... was doing lifts, going fast, wheelies, and having fun all within 1 day. Awesome bike.
I am so jazzed about the sno-go bike because I am not physically able to ski in ski boots but the sno-go bike is perfect for me! I am looking forward to finding even more places in the Northwest to try out the Sno-Go bike.
I am not able to ski or snowboard due to previous injuries, but I really wanted a way to get on the slopes with my snowboarding son. Once Crystal Mountain in Washington approved them after a Sno-Go demo day, I bought one. Within 10 minutes of getting familiar with it I was on the lifts, and by the end of the first hour I was on the intermediate runs, having a blast, and passing my kid! Not bad for an almost 50 year old that has never put on skis or a snowboard!! It’s also fun getting all of the questions about what it is and where they could get one. I’m hooked and can’t wait to get back up on the mountain!!
I snowboard, ski and now SNO-GO. I advise everyone that stops me to buy one. If you reading this review then you have already been interested, Dont hesitate buy one.
1st let me say that I've had 4 foot surgeries and one foot has a rod and 2screws in it. With that said I can't wear ski or snowboard boots comfortably. The SnoGo has restored my freedom to get back on the mountain for some fun in the snow!!! Prior to getting on my SnoGo (aka,3baller) I watched Alot of YouTube videos, they did help but there's nothing like trial by fire. I didn't start on any bunny slope, I went straight to the top and hit the easy green. It took me 1.5 runs to get the mechanics of how I needed to move Inconjunction with the SnoGo, Where and how to work the moving center of gravity and how to throw my body weight around to carve! By run 3 I was cruising and carving comfortably and confidently! I Highly recommend the SnoGo! More so for those with disabilities that prevent people from wearing tight fitting ski or snowboard boots. Easy to learn, time to refine and build the skills to Send it! Giddy up!!! ~NyNomad
Normally I dont do reviews but I felt that I was so impressed with this product it deserved my two cents, I'm 51 years old and originally bought the snogo with the intention of trying to get my 19 yr old son who has cerebral palsy out on the slopes with me skiing, I'm an avg skier at best, but he decided after my purchase not to try it, sometimes it takes time with him to get comfortable with new stuff. So I decided to take it to the soaps and it was absolutely amazing the only issue I could find was the build up of snow where you stand , it loads on the lift easy it enables you to ride like a professional skier to the point I was skiing diamonds but preferred the blue squares , basically I could slalom straight down in total control, it was amazing, cant wait to get it back out
Overall I love the Sno-Go! Pros: compared to my Lenze (with 2 skis) it has better control, and it is way easier on the lift. Cons: Carrying it from my car to the slopes is exhausting as it is heavy and awkward, and it doesn't do great in fresh powder. I also wish there was a way to tighten my feet in better with my normal boots (I don't have snow board boots and would rather not have to purchase them). Thanks!
This Sno go bike is amazing. After watching all the videos they posted on YouTube. I rented one this weekend at Brighton Ski resort in Utah. It took me less then 5 mins and I was ready for the blue hills. I was able to go down 18 times and felt so stable and in control the whole time even as an above knee amputee of 35 years. I can’t thank you enough Sno-Go for inventing this bike. I will be purchasing my very own real soon. If you are hesitant about renting or buying a Sno-Go, I promise that you won’t regret it. Best time of my life!!
Changing the game. Taking skiing to a new level . so super stoked
I absolutely loved the sno go bike!
I was lucky enough to find these for rent at my local mountain. 3 min of instruction and I was on the bunny slope. 1 run later I was on the summit chair hitting my usual trails. Very easy to ride. I rode for about 4 hours and was sad to return the bike. If I hadn't just bought a whole new snowboard package 3 weeks ago, I'd be buying one. I will definitely be renting it again.
For the past twenty years I have looked up at the mountain from below while sitting in my wheelchair, day dreaming about my memories of skiing before my accident - The feeling of sheer freedom, independence and unabashed snow-sport fun. I never thought I would experience that feeling again. I have definitely tried over the years, experimenting with different ways of adapting to the mountain - assisted sit-ski, toboggan, sledding... None of which unfortunately worked for me.
I did however, recently discover the Sno-Go Bike online and immediately had the Ahh-Haa moment! I could tell right away while watching the videos that this tech is different and I had to try it!
For my birthday this year I was adamant about going to my local mountain "Mountain High Ski Resort" in Southern California to test my ability. Without a lesson and after only four slow, tethered runs with my wife holding the leash and walking behind me down the kiddie slope, I felt that "feeling". My confidence returned and I boldly boarded the mid-mountain ski lift. Two successful runs later, I found myself taking in the view from the 8000+ peak at the top of the mountain. Tears ran down my cheeks inside my googles as I tried to reconcile the fact that I am a recovering quadriplegic, with significant physical impairments, and yet there I was... About to drop in on life again!
All I can say is... THANK YOU Sno-Go!
Cheers to the ride.
Why aren't the parts numbered? This is a nightmare to put together.
I was actually paralyzed 3 1/2 years ago, and this Christmas my family decided to do a trip in the mountains to go skiing. I thought it would be fun to try snowboarding even though my legs are super weak, and the first day I did. It took too much work and I was only able to go for a little bit before I fall and my legs were tired out. That's when the people at Winter Park told me about the SnoGo. It actually looks really cool and I would be able to stand, so I gave it a try. I was instantly going down the hill just like I used to on the snowboard! It gave me the freedom I used to have, which is such a huge blessing. I think even before the crash I would've wanted to use this just because of how fun it is!
I rented one of these bikes And the experience was amazing and after one trip down the mountain it I got the hang of it the only complaint I have is that when the snow builds up and pacts into the bindings they get slippery but I just used the waist clip to dig out the snow but besides from that the bike felt really solid and well built I'm looking forward to my next experience on one of these bikes 👍🏼
Demo’d a Sno Go at Crystal Mountain a few weeks ago. So much fun and easy to use. Can’t wait to get on one again.
The long anticipated day is finally here, I just received my 2020 bike today!! I have been looking forward to this day for months and I was not disappointed at all. I live in New Orleans so I won’t get to actually use the bike until I get to Colorado but so far I am extremely impressed with the quality fit and finish of this bike, I have heard such good things about them but I am still beyond impressed with this bike in every way so far! I will post another review when I get to try it in the snow. I am 6’ 285 lbs and feel extremely comfortable standing on it! A++ to snogo! Great job , thanks again for everything!
These things are absolutely amazing I must get one now riding it almost comes naturally I’d be a pro on one In no time!
I’ve been renting the sno bike every time I’ve gone to the mountain this year ! It is by far way better then skiing or snow boarding it is so much fun . I love them 10/10 would recommend to any one !!!!
Rented this on a whim at Mt High in CA while teaching my kids to snowboard. It was so fun and easy to learn I absolutely loved it. The technology on the design is world class and I really appreciated how responsive it was. I've spent time on snowmobiles and dirt bikes and that helps a lot for understanding the counter-steering needed to really carve and take on the steep stuff. I will be looking to rent these everywhere I go!