The key to selecting the right track for the way YOU ride is to carefully consider where and how you actually do ride. Is top speed really all that important? Or do you really want better acceleration and shorter stopping distances. And what kind of handling do you want – nailed to the trail or loose so you can slide the tail of the sled?
There are three basic types of non-competitive riding:
Mostly on formalized routes with at least semi-maintained surfaces
Requires light weight tracks with maximum traction and floatation to deal with