Invermere’s new snowbiking business

Steve Langevin snow biking

Steve Langevin, owner of Radium Snowbike and Snowmobile Rentals, has over 30 years experience in dirt biking and snowmobiling. — Kirsten Armleder photo

Dream of riding an off-road motorcycle into the snowy backcountry? It’s called snowbiking, and this exciting sport has officially arrived in Invermere. Steve Langevin, a former professional dirt bike and snowmobile racer from Quebec, started Radium Snowbike and Snowmobile Rentals in December 2015. He is offering rentals and tours into the Forster Creek snowmobiling area, as well as family and group adventures that begin at HeliSprings Chalets near Panorama Mountain Village. Snowbiking, Langevin said, is the perfect combination of his passion for snowmobiling, dirt biking and the outdoors, and he enjoys sharing the experience with customers and friends.

Kirsten Armleder

Kirsten is a staff writer and photographer for Kootenay Business who enjoys learning more about the people who help this region thrive. View all of Kirsten Armleder’s articles

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