New world snowbike record set in Whitecourt

Reagan Sieg managed to jump his Timbersled snowbike to a distance of 25 metres (83 feet)

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Reagan Sieg doing a superman seat grab on his Timbersled snowbike.

Reagan Sieg performed at the 2015 World Snowmobile Invasion in Whitecourt, Alberta, February 13 and 15. — Monte Smith photo

Timbersled snowbike phenom Reagan Sieg was recently in Whitecourt, Alberta, for an event called the 2015 World Snowmobile Invasion where he performed alongside six of the best snowmobile freestyle riders in the world. But it wasn’t enough for Sieg just to perform, he had to set a new world record.

After a couple of shorter attempts, Sieg amazed the crowd as he jumped his snowbike to a distance of 25 metres (83 feet). 

The crowd watched in awe as Sieg jumped his snowbike to a distance of 25 metres (83 feet). Sieg then went on to compete in the show’s Best Trick competition, winning third place with his “Lazy Boy” stunt.

Reagan Sieg high fiving Tyler Johnson.

Reagan Sieg and the show's host, Tyler Johnson of Octane Addictions, were all smiles after Sieg broke the world record. — Kirsten Armleder photo

Sieg was riding a KTM with the latest Mountain Horse SX snowbike conversion kit from Timbersled Products Inc., which is based in Kootenai, Idaho. For the past four years, Sieg has been working hard to promote this brand and the sport of snowbiking. He even started up his own Timbersled dealership, Okanagan Snowbikes, in Vernon, B.C. So this show in Whitecourt was a great opportunity for him to show the world what can be done on these bikes.

Sieg has been riding sleds and dirt bikes his entire life. He is a Canadian motocross champion and a professional FMX rider—and it shows, too.

With his sick talents and Timbersled’s constant desire to improve snowbike technology, the sky’s truly the limit when it comes to this sport.

Check out the video RidersWest/SnoRiders took at the show: 


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