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OFSC Trail Maps 2014 Now available at Radioworld

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Radioworld is pleased to partner with TrakMaps (Canada’s leading digital cartographers) and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) in providing the very best digital maps for your Garmin and Lowrance GPS products.

Explore the limits of nature with confidence ~
Treat yourself to safe and enjoyable snowmobile rides with TrakMaps digital maps of the official trails of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC), Quebec Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (FCMQ), and New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (NBFSC) especially designed for snowmobile enthusiasts. You’ll be sure to take the right path.

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Official 2013-14 trails of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC)

Features: 31,340 km of snowmobile trails, Topographic data including mountains, hills, valleys, lakes, rivers, forest zones and swamps, Contour lines, points of elevation and other terrain features. Buildings, roads, electric lines, dams, railroads, provincial parks and other landmarks.

Plus POIs including gas stations, cellular towers, camping & picnic areas, airports and more.

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~ Latest data from the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC)

To make this offer even more special, Radioworld is offering exclusive “Extra Value Bundles” when you purchase a Garmin or Lowrance GPS and TrakMaps product together!

For more information and to purchase your Sled Map, visit our website at www.radioworld.ca today!



Scala Rider G4 Bluetooth Helmet Communicators

I have had the pleasure of selling Scala Rider products for over 4 years now. It is not uncommon to get great feedback on many of the products that we sell, but the Scala Rider products have been a home run since “Day One”!  This is my first year snowmobiling as it is with my wife and daughter, therefore I installed Scala Rider G4 Communicators on all of our helmets to give them a try!

Firstly, I logged onto their website for some hints and kinks reading. It suggested that I should update the firmware (we always recommend this for all products), therefore I hooked each unit to the USB cable (supplied) and easily performed all required updates….so far so good!  Once the units were installed on the helmets, synchronizing three together to talk was a snap.  Getting out on the sleds for the very first time was a little nerve racking (I had to watch what I was doing and had a passenger on the back of my sled) as well wanted to ensure Jill was comfortable, safe and able to communicate any difficulties.  Throughout the day, we chatted, asked questions and kept in touch quite easily. It made our entire outing safe, fun and increased our enjoyment factor 400%. 

My second experience out on the sled was yesterday. I went riding with my pals up from Orillia to Bracebridge and back. Before I left I synched the phone with my cell phone (it was a work day of course) and carried on my way. While driving in the Gravenhurst area my phone rang… It was my Lowrance Canada Rep “Curtis”. Curtis was calling from Vancouver and we had a nice little chat. He asked what I was up to and I said “snowmobiling”…. He said “No, What are you doing right now”….. I chuckled, lifted my visor so he could hear the motor running, then he believed!

Yes the Scala Rider G4 worked flawlessly as a Bluetooth Dongle for my cell phone too!

Thank you Scala Rider… for giving us Great Products and making them easy to sell~!!!

Jack Summers – General Manager