LACONIA, N.H. – Dec. 8, 2016 – PRLog — As part of its ongoing commitment to snowmobile safety, the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) has agreed to work together with BITEHARDER Sharpening Tools to take snowmobiling performance and safety to the next level.
BITEHARDER’s full line of carbide runner and stud sharpening tools uses the latest in technology to sharpen your snowmobiles traction products providing for consistent performance and enhanced safety every time you out on the trail.
BITEHARDER’s patented sharpening tools are CNC machined from stainless steel to precision tolerances.
Industrial diamonds on the face of the tools provide the cutting media to sharpen the carbide in a matter of seconds.
Sharp traction allows the rider to experience all of the performance and safety today’s snowmobiles have to offer. Dull traction limits your snowmobiles capability, just as dull ice skates limit a hockey player’s ability to turn on ice, and a snow skier’s ability to traverse changing mountain conditions.
“Snowmobilers now have the benefit of Renewable Traction Performance (RTP) to assure the best ride possible in all conditions. Our standard series tools can be used with a cordless or corded drill for convenient anywhere/anytime sharpening,”
“Our goal is to make snowmobiling safer for everyone, and this new technology from BITEHARDER will be a major step in achieving this goal,” says Lisa Stackhouse, OFSC’s Manager of Participation and Partnership Development.
There is no better feeling than riding on a new set of carbide runners and now achieving that has never been easier. Get all the performance and safety your snowmobile has to offer and help support the OFSC with BITEHARDER Tools. Its performance and safety that pays for itself. For more information visit BITEHARDER at http://www.biteharder.com.
The OFSC is committed to proactive leadership in promoting safe, responsible riding, on and off Ontario snowmobile trails, by building safer snowmobiling knowledge, attitudes and behaviors through rider education, safety legislation development and enforcement.
Published at Thu, 08 Dec 2016 14:44:56 +0000