A Note from our founder

Ron Dillon


"In the fall of 2008 2Moto asked us to literally create a new sport, using a new-fangled thing that they created called a snow bike. Flashpoint, the world's first-ever snow bike race happened at the McCall, Idaho Golf Course in January of 2009. Today, the snow bike industry is on fire and many, many people are looking for the challenge of racing a new kind of machine. This is a shared effort, between industry manufacturers, avid motorcyclists, and venues who support winter, motorized activities has resulted in the NASBA Championship Snow Bike Series winter motorcycle racing.

We want to thank all that have supported this vision and helped make it all possible!" I especially want to thank my Dad, Bob Dillon, who was voted 1992 Idaho Snowmobile Dealer of the Year. I wish that he was around to see this amazing new sport. He would really be impressed!

Ron Dillon

our history

In the fall of 2008, Idaho's Vernal Forbes, the inventor of the modern snow bike, 2Moto company owner,Vernal Forbes, asked Ron Dillon to create the world's first snow bike race. Ron decided to piggyback the 30,000 person McCall, Idaho Winter Carnival and in late January, 2009, an event known as Flashpoint, drew 26 racers and 400 eager spectators out to see a wild new sport being born. First year event attendees included: the Godfather of Freestyle, Mike Metzger, world-class hillclimbing brothers Robie and Bret Peterson, Malcolm Smith's son Alex, off-road legend Steve Hatch, Oregon hot-rod Shane Donaca and pro motocrosser John Dowd, who ran away with the win. History was made and here are some terrific photos from that amazing day:

Photo Album 1

Photo Album 2


We want to help you get involved with the NASBA Snow Bike Series. If you have questions, we have answers. Whether you want to be a racer, sponsor, or just get some information, we’re here to help.

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