The Cycle Sno-Go is a “Sand and Snow” accessory which extended the motorcycle’s abilities to ride in the winter. It was made in 1966 by Johnson Motors INC in California. The conversion kit consists of tractors that replace the back wheel and skis that slip on the front for traveling in the winter months. Cycle sno-go was guaranteeing that installation wouldn’t take more that 30-40 minutes and the kit could be easily carried in a regular car. Average speed for the 200cc motorcycle with this accessory was up to 20 mph, but it could also be used with smaller machines like the 50cc if speed was not the main factor. Contact surface of the Sno Go, 990 sq inches with ski. Weight of the kit: 130 ibs including ski. Length: 34 inches, width: 32 inches.