If there’s a heaven for snowmobiles, it’s in an unobtrusive western Maine warehouse whose owner calls it the state’s best-kept secret.
Shiny, restored power sleds dating back a half-century line the shelves of the United Sports Antique & Vintage Snowmobile Museum. They include long-discontinued brands, rare if not one-in-the-world models, behemoths pushed by rear engines, and one that would work well in a James Bond flick with its exhaust pipes jutting menacingly from the front hood…  More info

All work and no play make a dull resumé.

In these tough economic times, college students need to differentiate themselves and demonstrate the transferable skills employers want.

From quiz bowls to water sports to wizards, LSU has students covered with an organization or club to suit nearly every need, taste or fantasy.

“Being the president of a club landed me a job that is potentially the start of a career

wakeboardStu has been on fire. After taking home the Wake Awards “Move of the Year” – Wakeskate, he was named Alliance Wakeboard Mag’s Most Improved. Huge tricks like back big’s and wake to wake 360 backside big spins made the world take notice. Stu’s skate of choice is the all new CWB Onset with innovation such as EVA foam between the two levels of the skate. The rebound created by the foam makes the skate more responsive than any other skate…  More info


It’s one of the top two public extreme sports facilities in the state – considered by Chandler to be its “dream” bike park.

On Feb. 25, Chandler residents will have a chance to hear how it was created.

Mickey Ohland, City of Chandler-Park Development and Operations Manager, will discuss the planning and building of Espee Bike Park in a talk that will take place between 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. at Hamilton Library, 3700 S. Arizona Avenue.

The park, located at 450 E. Knox Road, east of Arizona Avenue. is the place for BMX/freestyle bike riders of all ages to … More info