Crossing over from dirt to snow
Browse through our gallery of the notable snowmobile and dirt riding crossover talents, such as, clockwise from top, Caleb Moore and Colten Moore, Justin Hoyer, Tucker Hibbert and Jackson Strong.
Colten Moore, who was an ATV specialist before jumping on a snowmobile, won a silver medal in Best Trick at X Games Aspen in 2012.
Caleb Moore wound up third behind his gold medalist brother Colten and silver medalist Joe Parsons in the Snowmobile Freestyle competition at X Games Aspen 2012.
Daniel Bodin won the gold medal in Snowmobile Best Trick at X Games Aspen 2011, but an injury prevented him from defending his title last year.
Jackson Strong, who will make his Snowmobile Best Trick debut at X Games Aspen this week, pulls off the first frontflip in competition while winning Moto X Best Trick gold at X Games Los Angeles 2011.
Justin Hoyer learned freestyle on a motorbike and has parlayed that skill into one gold and two silvers in Snowmobile Freestyle at X Games, including a second-place finish here in 2011 at Aspen.
Caleb Moore, shown in 2008, went from racing ATVs to freestyle ATV competitions en route to becoming one of the elite snowmobile freestyle riders.
Swedish freestyle star Daniel Bodin is as comfortable on a motor bike as he is on a snowmobile, on which he has won three X Games medals.
Besides racing motocross, Tucker Hibbert has won five consecutive SnoCross gold medals at X Games.
Heath Frisby, who also rides a motorbike in FMX demos in warmer months, won gold in Snowmobile Best Trick at X Games Aspen 2012 with the first frontflip on a snowmobile.