Triple 9 Team

Erin Beukelman

I have been riding snowmobiles for as long as I can remember and started racing RMSHA in 2002 after watching the Jackson Hole hillclimbs from the sidelines in 01.  I have always loved to ride and compete, so it was a natural transition into the racing. Throughout my racing career I have had over 50 first place finishes, 18 king of the hill titles, and 20 season points championships. 

With the high level I compete at I demand the most from all of my equipment and it all starts with being able to see where you're going....that's why I choose Triple9!  I ride the back country and practice courses 5-6 days a week, so i need a goggle that can take the abuse i put them through. These goggles provide an exceptional field of vision along with outstanding fog protection abilities. They are comfortable to ride in from sun up to sun down, and look great! 


Steve Martin

My name is Steve Martin. I'm 29 years old and I've been riding snowmobiles since I could walk. I grew up racing motocross and when I was old enough to race Snocross that's I what I did. I won multiple national Snocross races, 2 national Snocross championships and 3 X Games medals. I now compete in RMSHA hillclimb, as well as mountain riding and filming as much as my time allows.

Snowmobiling is a very demanding sport for goggles. If you can't see, you can't go fast. I won't wear a goggle that fogs, that's why I choose Triple 9 Optics.


Brandy Floyd

I have been a backcountry sledder for 14 years. During that time I have founded the Annual Ladies Ride and the Ladies Ride Calendar, Co-Produced Sledbetties and Flirting With Danger - both of which are sledding films featuring all women riders, filmed with Thunderstruck Films for 2 years, have been featured in FreeRider, SnowGoer and Sledheads Magazines, part of an 8 woman team that build the Sledchix Sled Build, spent a week at the Snowshoot reviewing next season’s sleds and filming with Sledheads 24/7 and just signed on with Yamaha Snowmobiles USA for 2014/15 winter.


Colten Moore

Colten started racing ATV's at 12 years of age with his brother, Caleb Moore.  While racing, they quickly learned the love for the jump and started performing tricks..  Quickly evolving to freestyle, Colten and older brother Caleb became two of the best ATV Freestyle riders in the world with a goal in mind, X Games.  Unfortunately, X Games for ATV's never happened so the Moore Brothers decided to take it to the next level and try Snowmobile Freestyle.   

In 2014, Colten won the Gold Medal in Snowmobile Freestyle at X Games along with a Bronze Medal in Snowmobile Long Jump.  He's also completed the Nuclear Cowboyz tour and Nitro Circus in both Europe and Australia!  


Kris Eidinger

Hometown: Ashton, Idaho
Years Riding: 16
Years Racing: 1
 
I was born & raised in Ashton, Idaho and I grew up riding sleds & dirt bikes.  I mainly rode the backcountry of Island Park, making films & taking pictures with my buddies. It wasn't until I met my wife, Kaycee, that I really started taking my riding serious. She pushed me into racing & the rest is history. Last year was my first year racing, and although it was a learning curve, I faired pretty well. Between racing & riding in the backcountry, my winters stay pretty busy. I love riding, I couldn't see myself doing anything else.


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