The LT (Long Track) kit is the same as the ST but with a longer track. The kit offers a 137” long track that is 12.5” wide with 2” tall paddles. This kit provides 20% more traction in deep snow over the ST kit and will give you a more secure feeling on a steep side hill allowing you to handle more extreme situations due to its added traction and longer foot print. The down side to having the longer track is that it will reduce the top speed of your bike on the trail by approximately 8 mph. It will also reduce the maneuverability simply because it is longer. The LT kit really shines for cross country riding when mounted to a suitable bike. We recommend that it is used on a 500cc or larger bike.

Note: This kit uses the same length tunnel as our ST kit so it can be converted to an ST simply by purchasing a shorter track and rails.

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The Timbersled Mountain Horse is a snow bike conversion kit for your dirt bike that can be in-stalled and removed easily to make your bike a 4 season machine. The Mountain Horse is an extreme snow machine that will allow you to go places you have only dreamed of going. From boondocking through the tightest trees, to side hilling and climbing the steepest mountains, to jumping or racing with your buddies. Riding a Mountain Horse is easy to learn and will give you confidence to go places and do things that you would never do on any other snow machine.

The Mountain Horse is the First Ever Snow Bike Kit Designed for the Mountains (Patent Pending). Riding a Mountain Horse snow bike provides the same enjoyment as snowmobiling but with its own unique characteristics. A bike and a sled can go similar places in the mountains but the bike can take a completely different route. Simply put, a snow bike can go places a sled cannot. A sled can go straight up a hill better than a snow bike because of the horsepower they have, but then they have to come straight back down due to their lack of maneuverability. Sleds are much heavier and have a planted ski stance making them hard to side hill and perform off camber turns, requiring a lot of strength and experience to do this. Snow bikes are about 200 pounds lighter than a sled. When riding a snow bike you balance it upright the same as you would on any bike, but when you stop, it sticks in the snow and holds itself up without having to put your foot down.

Its handling is much more accurate and will fit through tight areas like between trees and across narrow snow bridges. A snow bike also has much more control going down hills than a sled. You don’t need to go straight down with the possibility of getting out of control. If it is too steep or has too many obstructing trees to go straight down, you can side hill and do switch backs similar to what you do on snow skis or a snow board. With this technique you are able to stop in the middle of a steep hill if you choose to.

This amount of control will give you the confidence to safely go and explore areas that you always dreamed of going. On a snow bike you don’t have to stay on trails like when riding dirt bikes. Snow biking gives you the freedom to fly through the trees, up and down mountains, across powdery meadows, through ravines and ditches, across creeks, or find fresh tracks no matter how torn up your normal riding area is.

Kit comes completely assembled and ready to install
Complete Kit includes everything needed to convert your dirt bike to a snow bike
Standard kit color is satin black. Custom colors are available for an extra charge.
Kit bolts to your bike with no modifications (except KTM 690)
Note: Most kits require a 13 tooth engine sprocket (see Fit Kit Chart)
Approx. Freight cost: $200-$300 US, $250-$500 Canada/Alaska, $600-$1000 International
Full line of add on goodies located on the Accessories Page
Patent Pending
For fit kit specs, parts info and ordering, see Fit Kit Chart
Special frames (KTM 690, Husqvarna 511, Husaberg 650) must be ordered prior to August 1st

MH ST/LT Fit Kits    
Kit Bike ST Track Tunnel LT Track Tunnel
SB-123 Honda 91-95 CR500 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-124 Honda 96-01 CR500 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-125 Honda 02-04 CR450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-126 Honda 05-12 CR450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-128 Honda 13 CR450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-235 Kaw 01-04 KX500 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-236 Kaw 05-14+B40 KX450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-346 Suz 08-13 RM450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-453 Yam 06-09 YZ250 2-stroke 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-454 Yam 06-07 YZ450 & 05-11 WR450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-455 Yam 08-09 YZ450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-456 Yam 10-13 YZ450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-457 Yam 2014 YZ450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-458 Yam 12-14 WR450 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-563 KTM 02-04 400 SX 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-564 KTM 07-10 450-505 SX-F/XC-F 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-566 KTM 03-14 400-530 XCW/MXC/EXC 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-567 KTM 08-11 250-300 PDS 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-568 KTM 10-12 690R 16-SB-061-69 16-SB-062-69
SB-569 KTM 11-12 350-450 SXF/XCF 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-570 KTM 12-13 350 XCW/EXC 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-571 KTM 12(Dungee)-13 350-450 SXF/XCF 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-572 KTM 12-14 250-300 Linkage 16-SB-061 16-SB-062
SB-566 Husaberg 09-11 450/570 16-SB-061-RS 16-SB-062-HU
SB-675 Husaberg 06-08 450-650 16-SB-061-RS 16-SB-062-HU
SB-785 Husqvarna 06-09 450-510 16-SB-061-HU 16-SB-062-RS
SB-786 Husqvarna 12 449-511 16-SB-061-HU 16-SB-062-RS
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