Grand battle of the cheapest winter vehicles: sleds, snowdogs, 2×2 atv etc.

Grand battle of the cheapest winter vehicles: sleds, snowdogs, 2×2 atv etc.

Today we’ve gathered all possible kinds
of winter vehicles that have one common characteristic – their price is less than 2000 dollars. And we are going to find out what machine
is the most effective in winter. Lets go! Hi guys as usually its me just a voice over
and your are watching review machines. When we are speaking about winter transport
we usually mean only sleds don’t we? Yes, probably they are the best kind of winter
transport, but as to their prices…well they leave much to be desired. The most affordable used sleds may cost about
5000 dollars, and new snow mobiles of famous brands will cost you an arm and a leg! But in fact there are other kinds of winter
transport with much more affordable prices! And today we gathered almost all kinds of
such vehicles that cost about 2000 dollars! Numerous manufacturers from different places
have come today to take part in this grand battle and first of all we want to thank him
greatly for that! Well lets see what we have today for our tests. The most part of these machines are so called
snow dogs! Its a great winter transport both recreational
and for everyday use. We’ve already made a video about these machines,
we spoke about all the details there, so have a look at it, if you missed it. Well firstly we have a classic snow dogs with
a sleds, then we have s snow dogs equipped with a front seat like a snow mobile, and
finally we have several 2×2 motorcycles that are also considered as a real winter transport. Moreover we’ll see other different modifications
of winter transport, so its going to be interesting! And now lets see the models taking part in
the battle! 9 HP front seat sled BTS, 15 HP front seat
sled BTS, same machine with other seat, 15 hp front seat Muhtar, 17 HP Muzhik, Lebedev
Garage 15 hp, Sigma front seat 8 hp, Baltmotors snowdog 15 hp, Baltmotors standard 13 hp,
Koyra 15 HP. While we are having the last preparations
I want to speak in a word about the forthcoming tests! As we have many machines today we’ll arrange
only two tests cause we want to see all the machines in action. The first competition – who is the fastest
and the second one who is the most effective on a rough terrain. Well…and now lets have a speed race competition! All the competitors are standing in the line
and waiting for the signal. For the first time all the machines are going
to take part in the race, but you should remember that everything doesn’t depend on a machine,
skills of a rider are also very important. The short briefing before the race and it
seems that we are ready! Go! Burlak front seat shows us a very good start! But then the others catch up with him. After the turning around we see three leaders
– all of them are snowdogs from Baltmotors company! Then we’ll have several pair competitions. The first one Baltmotors versus Burlak. As we see Baltomotors overtakes its competitor. The next race – Muhtar versus 15 hp white
snow dog – this time we have a draw! Then again Baltmotors versus Burlak! Burlak chose the wrong way so the result is
not clear. Another race, this time four competitors Burlak
and three snowdogs from BTS, and BTS is the winner. And finally another mass race. And again Baltmotors is the winner! Well now its time for the next test – riding
on a rough terrain. The route is quite short, it has two climbs,
first one is short but step, and another is longer. Here we see the line, the competitors will
take part in the test one after another. We are ready, lets go! Burlak front seat is the first! Well done, it gets over without a problem! Muhtar front seat the next one! It also overcomes our obstacles. Now a small classic snowmobile is trying. Unfortunately It fails on the second hill. The next one is a snowdog Raida. And again it has some problems on the second
hill. The same thing with the Baltmotors snowdog. In fact all the snowdogs with sleds behind
the machines failed on this obstacle! Then we see a 2×2 motorcycle Master Pro. A perfect result! Then Taurus 2×2 motorcycle! And again the perfect result! Now we see BTS front seat snowdog. Again the second hill! Sigma front seat snow dog! Well good result. By the way it was interesting for us to see
a rear wheel drive offroading motorcycle on this hill. And the result is on your screens! Well due to this test we can make a conclusion
that front seat snowdogs are more effective on a rough terrain than classic snowdogs with
sleds behind them. The good result on the hills was shown by
2×2 motorcycles but on a speed test they were the last. You’ve seen everything. All the machines have both pros and cons so
it is very hard to choose a complete winner of our battle. But I hope this video will be quite useful
for those who are going to buy some kind of winter transport. By the way we want to make some more videos
about this topic, so if you want a sequel please post a comment. What do you think if we should make more videos
like this one or not? What kind of machines and tests should we
add? Well, thanks for watching guys, please subscribe
the channel if you liked this video. It will be many more interesting materials
here, good bye!

100 Replies to “Grand battle of the cheapest winter vehicles: sleds, snowdogs, 2×2 atv etc.”

  1. Idk wth he's talking about. Used sled 3k? I have bought several used sleds for 100 or less. Buy them in the spring

  2. yes please add quad cycle with 4×4 buy cheap less than 2000 best bang for buck and if you want test quad with tank track mod

  3. There a lot of realy nice looking old school race of snowmobile here in Canada Quebec where they invented snow mobile vehicule .

  4. What are you talking about??? 5 grand for cheapest used snowmobille? Go to Kijiji or Autotrader and you'll see plenty of gently used machines for 1-2K.

  5. maybe not the best machines for "Fun". but most of these seem like quality utility vehicles for snow.
    good test, good video, and good production value

  6. Excellent test and interesting results! I would be interesting to see a comparison of the tracked machines in deeper snow and how well they move out, as well as pulling and hauling, common tasks on a farm! subscribed!

  7. My 1997 Arctic Cat Powder Special 580 twin is worth a few hundred bucks, and it'll still tear ass and go 80+ miles an hour.

  8. Dont understand when people like "just buy 90s snowmobile/sportbike/supra/etc. gonna be stronk" most of old vehicles, espesially those which are made for fun, require much attention and supply of parts, which are often expensive. Also, in some countries you have to have licence to ride a smowmobile. Moreover, some models of sleds are capable to go hard offroad in every season, not only in winter.

  9. A pair of cross country skis, even cheaper, used skis. Any left over captured Russian skis from the Winter War that were not used as fire wood? Or perhaps, snow shoes. : D

  10. If this doesn't clearly display the difference in capitalism and communism, not sure what would. That is the model T version of snowmobiles, but due to communism, never advanced. In 20 years you'll still see "new" snowdogs where in the west they would look like what we have. Seriously, communism sucks!

  11. Speed would be less important to me. Consistancy and distance over various terrain. It also shows that it may be necessary to buy a more expensive machine and sacrifice elsewhere.

  12. good video , Very interesting, I think I have  something to build now…haha…God bless …doug (kanada)

  13. Hello. Awesome video and inovations. Interested in the 2 drive wheel bike. By any chance know if its plans are on line or is it manufactured? Damn thing is slow but sure and steady. Light weight that it can be disassembled and packed is awesome. Love to have one.

  14. In conclusion, you can see a 2×2 is not ideal for carrying supplies or being a speed demon or the safest vehicle for anyone to use. BUT it will get you to and from your destination over the terrain such as these. Roads, snow, rocks, weaving in and around small forests, etc. The worst ones there were the front driven sleds for everything. Probably the cheapest ones. And probably just fine for taking a bundle of kindling down a smooth driveway to your mailbox. Or vice versa. lol I would say your choice should be based off your needs and money available. 🙂

  15. And that hill is not snow, it's loose sand. How about a 4×4 for that? Even those sledmachines are very interesting vehicles.

  16. So they had 2000 dollar budget? Dude they all are dumb af then. I'd get a mxz or a triple and smoke them all

  17. The comments are quite entertaining… from people not understanding that different locations/climates have different economies/used prices for equipment, to one guy even comparing capitalism with communism as he bashes all the rigs in this vid! Hilarious! Obviously these machines have a share of the market where this footage was taken, and I found the vid entertaining because I'm just interested in all things motorized. Thanks for uploading!

  18. remember the first people have an advantage because the snow and ground is much more solid and after so many people pass by it …..the dirt and snow is already tossed around and loose soil so the others will have a harder time with there wheels spinning out from the loose soil.

  19. I would like to enter in the competition with an animal…. a horse. He's beat them in speed, and would have no trouble on the hills.

  20. If you go back far enough you get air cooled engines in snowmobiles like what our Chapparel owning friend states. For 2000 dollars in America you can buy a really nice used Snowmobile with an air cooled engine. But they are two stroke. Maybe that’s objectionable. But yes I have an antique 1972 399 Cheetah with an air cooled Kawasaki 2 stroke twin of 32 hp that would pass this crew like a dive bar on the freeway and It will tow a small cutter with its factory hitch. She’ll run an honest 60 mph unloaded.

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