The fastest growing
new winter sport
new winter sport
Sno-going is far easier than skiing and snowboarding making SNO-GO the fastest route to having fun on the mountain slopes.
IS SNO-GO Fun?
You bet! SNO-GO is uniquely easier to learn than other snow sports.
This quick learning curve undeniably creates ear to ear smiles while exploring the entire mountain your first day.
The customer service was great. Dealing with the parts Dept went very well. Communication was very prompt and parts were delivered quickly.
Very easy learning curve. Just as much fun (or more) as skiing. Very easy on the knees. The Sno-go has given me a second opportunity to ski. I love it.
Love the sno-go, it’s our second one. Quick delivery so we can get as much use as possible before the end of the season. Only complaint is no transportation system. Some sort of easy to use transport device to get from the parking lot to the hill would be great! Even something as simple as a board bag modified to carry at least the awkward rear skis would be helpful.
I started riding snogo last season, and after about 80 days between then and this season, this blows skiing and snowboarding away.
I’ve been teaching a lot of lessons this season, and for about 95% of those who try it are riding the lift within 30 minutes and riding green/blue trails within 90 minutes. If you tried skiing or snowboarding and couldn’t get the hang of it, this is your ticket to experiencing everything snow sports has to offer.
After using my resort’s rental bikes I finally bought my own this March. I can say with total certainty it was money well spent.
My only complaint is build quality/reliability. A snogo requires regular upkeep, which is also true for skis/snowboards, and older model snogo bikes had some severe issues with breakdowns in comparison. While the new models have addressed many of those issues, my bike suffered a non-lethal fault after 4 days of use. Luckily however, the team at snogo immediately responded and sent out replacement parts, and I had the issue resolved right away. If it wasn’t for this quality of service, I would drop my review down a star. A+ customer service.
Tl:dr - bonkers fun, easy to learn, be vigilant about maintenance, race me reed boggs <3
this product right here is the next big snow sport. I bought one and within three runs down the mountain I fell in love with it. the snogo is wicked easy to learn and so fun to use. its a great conversation starter, everyone stares at you. never had this much fun on the mountain in a while. so happy I bought one
These rings seem to be the same as came with the original purchase. I got them just a day or two after I ordered (with free shipping, nice:). Not much else to say besides that they do their job!
Despite my above five star assessment, there are key pieces of information needed to operate this safely....for a $1600.00 purchase, it could use more than a 20 minute video and a pamphlet. Also there is a true shortage of pertinent details about this machine online.....and I had to learn some things the hard way either through injury or sheer frustration. In no particular order here are some of those shortcomings.
1--I had to give up skiing years ago because my feet couldn't handle the stress of rigid boots transmitting powerful forces to the tiny muscles in my shin, ankles, flat feet etc.. This machine miraculously allows you to ski again without that pain. However the tradeoff is that the bindings on the snow go don't hold your feet securely...you can slip out of them...even at high speeds, which is how I got hurt. It is imperative that you clean the ice and snow from the footbed of the bindings before each run! If you let the ice build up...the bindings lose most of their grip. Also...you need snowboard boots. The info online suggests they are optional...trust me they aren't. The bindings do not hold other boot types as secure. I slipped out several times...and now have my arm in a sling. The bikes should come stock with an onboard tool to clean these bindings easily.
2--If you buys skis or snowboards...lessons are easy to come by. But all I had was the 25 minute YouTube video. For a 1600 dollar toy...I feel the video should be twice that as they left out many details...like cleaning the bindings...that would have saved me from serious injury. The Sno go is indeed simple to learn...but it is deceptively easy. I got more injuries in one day of the Sno go than I used to get in years of skiing....and the crashes hurt more than skiing....the crashes are somewhat akin to snowboarding. The video first and foremost should cover strategies to crash safer like they do in ski lessons. snow go acts as if the simplicity of the machine makes it safer than skiing...and this is only true as far as knee injuries go. The snow go won't make you do the splits or torsion your knees. But as far as shoulder and other impact injuries go...the snow go is brutal. I am sure there is a safer approach to riding this machine than the 25 minute YouTube video shows. Also the video does not stress enough how serious it is that you need to keep weight on the front ski. I found it easy to forget the front ski was even there as the machine seems to ski just fine on the rear skis....but without sufficient weight on the front ski...you will get a death wobble that will fling you violently.
Located in Idaho. Rented a Sno-Go to try it out and could not wait to get my own. I needed some relief from 30 years of snowboarding that has taken a tole on my knees and feet. Sno-Go is so much fun and so comfortable. Easy learning curve. I remember that feeling when I i fell in love with snowboarding. It took a few years. but I got that same feeling on the a Sno-Go in just hours. So far I can tackle just about any terrain with confidence and higher speed than I ever did on a board. I swapped to the powder skis as we have been getting hammered with snow. The downside of the powder on a Sno-Go is if is more than 4 or 5 inches the bike really bogs down in the back end. The weight and the design of the rear end really do not allow you to float like a board. I understand there is not much that can be done about that, just something I noticed. I rode in the Teton Mountain Range backcountry for a day on about 24" of light fluff and the bike was way to slow to handle it and had to move to the board for the next couple days. The bike pushed way to much snow and put myself and others at risk of causing slides. 2-5" of powder is ideal. For groomers and hard pack tundra the Sno-Go is a beast. It hold edges very well and leaves boards in the dust. All around one of the funnest winter activities I have ever been involved with. I lay in bed every night envisioning the next trip I get to make. 9 days total on the Sno-Go this season and I am always looking forward to it. Hopefully some more resorts in my area will let them on the lifts. 5 out of 5 stars is an understatement. Sno-Go sales and support are awesome as well.
SNO-GO Standard Front Ski
I bought one to try out, it was amazingly easy to learn, plus I have a shattered leg that prevents me skiing these days, but on the Snow-Go, I am just fine. I MISSED SKIING!!!! I've had other newbies out on these bikes. They were both able to handle 80%+ of the mountain after only a half day of practice on the bike! They are just as fun as skiis or snowboards but way less time/effort to learn AND way less physical effort overall! Comfortable boots, no buring quads... LOVE THESE MACHINES!!!!
Ordered a few bits for my sno-go. Smooth and seamless 😁😁😁
Highest quality, strong and easy to use…
Rented one of these bikes 1 day and was hooked! Had so much fun riding these with a crew of friends and decided to buy one. Called the company and the staff was very friendly and helpful. These are a must try. Hopefully they grow in popularity and more ski resorts allow them on the hill.
So I wrecked hard on the mountain and broke a few parts, needless to say y’all overnighted the parts and I was up and running the next morning!!!