The history of BRP began more than half a century ago in Canada, when inventor Joseph Armand Bombardier, who designed and gave life to such a vehicle as a snowmobile, became the owner of a completely new company L'Auto-Neige Bombardier. The first patent for the development of the tracked model B-7 was obtained in 1937. After 10 years, the BRP plant has already produced about 1,000 units of snowmobiles per year. In 1959, the production of the popular Ski-Doo snowmobiles began. Did you know that just like in our country all off-road vehicles are called “jeeps”, so in English-speaking countries all snowmobiles are called Ski-Doo?
In 1973, the company BRP expanded its range of equipment, presenting the world the first motocross MX series. And just a year later, the company’s motorbikes won all the first places in the US championship. In 1998, the range of products for outdoor activities expanded, and a prototype of the innovative all-terrain vehicle model Traxter, in 1999 called the “ATV of the Year”, was introduced.
June 15, 2004 - Bombardier Recreational Products introduced its new name and logo. Starting from this day, they sound like a BRP.
BRP is not only a technique, it is a way of life, therefore the company in all regions of its presence is the initiator of the unification of all lovers of outdoor activities.