Do you wrap your ride?

Customizing your ride with a detailed wrap is an excellent way to show off your personality

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A striking blue and green snowmobile.

Kadie McCallum won SnoRiders’ 2020 Best Sled Wrap Contest with her striking blue and green snowmobile. — Photo courtesy Kadie McCallum

There’s a whole lot of wrapping going on these days—and not just because it’s December.

Sled wraps in particular are incredibly popular. SnoRiders’ 2020 Best Sled Wrap Contest was a triumphant success that captured the attention of snowmobilers across Western Canada and beyond. The contest began with 24 wicked sled wraps. Through four rounds of voting from SnoRiders readers, Kadie McCallum’s eye-popping sled wrap was given the most votes and awarded the gold.

A blue and white dirt bike with camouflage designs.

If you’ve got a wrap you’d like to show off, post your photos onto your social media using the hashtag #ATVWrap, #MotoWrap or #BikeWrap. — Photo courtesy Wide Open Throttle

Of course, wraps aren’t exclusive to sleds. There are wraps of all shapes and sizes that pop and sizzle on all kinds of toys—snowmobiles, dirt bikes, ATVs, side-by-sides, sled trailers, cars—you name it.

Customizing your ride with a detailed wrap is an excellent way to show off your personality and stand out in a crowd. If you’ve got a wrap you’d like to show off, email [email protected] with a photo of your wrapped ATV, dirt bike, side-by-side—or post your photos onto your social media using the hashtag #ATVWrap, #MotoWrap or #BikeWrap.

Let’s see what you’ve got! 

A matching set of dirt bikes, albeit different sizes, with white, blue and red paint jobs.

Chris Thiessen makes custom wraps for all kinds of rides at Wide Open Throttle in Red Deer, Alberta. — Photo courtesy Wide Open Throttle


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