I have a Quorum Elert portable alarm that I have used for 4 years. It
takes 3 AAA Duracell batteries, a choice of time delay (3, 10, or 20
sec.), personal code to deactivate, and a sensitivity setting. And it
works well even below its advertised minimum range of -20C (-4F). I
strap it to the underside of the handlebars so it's not plainly visible
with a strap to the inside of the hood (velcro) so if you move the sled
or open the hood it is activeated. Cost about $60 Canadian. The only
problem I have had with it is guy's coming back from a midnight ride
with pipes (loud), or bumping the machine as they try and park their
sleds in a motel parking lot. It's a real *** running out of your
motel room in your gaunch to reset it in -30C temp.
> Is there an alrm system that would work on sleds?