Stung! Get the Vintage Bug at the Scorpion Homecoming - Dec 2008

December, 2008 - Maple Grove, MN - The December issue of Snow Goer features a story labeled, “Stung! Get the Vintage Bug at the Scorpion Homecoming.” Both this article, and the November Minnesota Snowmobiling piece feature color photographs and fascinating narrative. Each speaks highly of the annual Homecoming event while applauding the Cuyuna Range Chamber of Commerce’s role in keeping Scorpion memories alive.


Sting on the Range - Nov 2008

November, 2008 - Brooklyn Park, MN - The November issue of Minnesota Snowmobiling (official publication of the Minnesota United Snowmobilers Association) contains a fascinating article titled, “Sting on the Range – Celebrating 50 Years of Minnesota’s ‘Other’ Snowmobile.”


Coming Home - Mar, 2008

March, 2008 - Pequot Lakes, MN - Penned by Steve Pierce of the Antique Snowmobile Club of America, Vol. 23 No. 4 of the club's bi-monthly Iron Dog Tracks newsletter featured an excellent cover article titled "Coming Home." This heartwarming story provided a brief overview of Trail-A-Sled, Inc, and Scorpion snowmobiles, as well as the Harrison family. Homecoming 2008 was noted as well as a promo for Homecoming 2009.

Life, Liberty, and the Small-Bore Engine - Aug, 2007

August 22, 2007 - Baltimore, MD - The John Hopkins University Press publishes Motorized Obsessions - Life, Liberty, and the Small-Bore Engine. Penned by Professor Paul R. Josephson, this well-researched volume presents a compelling history of the internal combustion engine. While raising significant cause for environmental concern, Prof. Josephson does provide a balanced recap of Trail-A-Sled, Inc. and Scorpion it's second chapter titled, Elk-Snowmobile Syndrome.

Ladies First - Feb 2007

February 1, 2007 - Maple Grove, MN - Penned by Lynn Keillor for the February, 2007 issue, Snow Goer's Time Line segment provided a well researched overview of the Stingerette and Super Stingerette. Several well known hobbyists and former employees were tapped for this informative three-page piece titled Ladies First.