Join Our Team!
RedLine Recreational Toys is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join our team!
Currently several positiions are open in administrative, sales and service departments.
RedLine associates will act with the highest level of professionalism in all situations. Customer Service is what defines RedLine -- always going above and beyond, never over-promising and under-delivering. RedLine associates will act with a heightened sense of competitive urgency in all situations. RedLine associates will operate with a positive and proactive attitude -- never satisfied with the status quo.
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Equipment Training and Boat Demos
Training is a critical component of the RedLine Experience. Understanding how to operate the equipment safely and confidently is vital to having FUN! At RedLine, we strive to provide the best training possible on any and all equipment prior to your trip.
Boat demos are required before any Member can check out a boat. The demo must be specific to the type of boat the Member is reserving and using. Demos will be performed at the lake by a RedLine customer service representative.
Upon arriving at the lake, RedLine will demonstrate how to properly put the boat in the water, boat ramp etiquette, how to operate all the functions within the boat, how to re-dock the boat, and how to put the boat back on the trailer.
Boat demos usually take 45 minutes to an hour - please plan accordingly.
Personal Watercraft Training
As required by the State of Idaho, all RedLine Members, registered guests, or anyone operating a PWC while in the possession of a Member, must watch the required PWC video, pass a two page test and carry a PWC Certification card. The eight minute video can be viewed in the office. The test and certification card will be issued immediately by RedLine staff.
All Members wishing to reserve and use snowmobiles must complete an Avalanche Awareness course taught by Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation. This course covers how to identify and avoid avalanches and how to identify safe areas to ride.
Additional snowmobile training will occur at the time of checkout. Basic functions, general safety, and how to properly change a belt are all covered during this time.
RedLine is ready and willing to provide additional instruction on the mountain for Members who are new to snowmobiling or would just like a refresher. These will be scheduled in advance through the RedLine office.
Be sure to periodically check out RedLine Recreational Toy's YouTube channel. There you'll find How-To videos, event information and much more.
Here's a sampling of the How-To videos.
Changing a belt on a 2013 Polaris PRO RMK 800 snowmobile
Whether you’re out on a trail ride or high-marking the tallest mountains you can find, knowing how to change the belt on your machine can be a crucial element of your experience if you lose or blow a belt. The following video offers a step-by-step instruction of how to change a belt on RedLine’s Polaris machines.
How To Set Up Wakeboats For Surfing, Wakeboarding, Skiing, and more!
Epic Wake Boats possess the largest stock ballast tanks in the industry – offering a functional and dynamic boat for several applications. Surfing, wakeboarding, skiing and tubing can all be performed at a high level behind RedLine’s competition wake boats.
Surfing is one of the hottest new recreational activities in the country. Epic Wake Boats throw one of the steepest surf wakes you’ll find. In order to get the perfect surf, you have to understand how to operate the ballast system and wake plate. First, identify which foot the rider prefers to ride with forward (closest to the boat when in the water) – then adjust the boats settings accordingly:
For “Goofy” riders (right foot forward) – Fill the right tank full, front tank full, wake plate up, speed 10.8 – 11.2 MPH. In test drives, we’ve found 10.9 to be the optimal speed at Lucky Peak.
For “Regular” riders (left foot forward) – Fill the left tank full, front tank full, wake plate up, speed 10.8 -11.2 MPH. In test drives, we’ve found 10.9 to be the optimal speed at Lucky Peak.
Spring Break Destinations
Spring break can be the best and most diverse time of year to take a trip with your family. Depending on the exact dates of your family’s spring break and the weather at that time, your plans can range from a snowmobile trip to a road trip. Here’s a few ideas for various weather scenarios.
Nestled in the mountains north of McCall, the hot springs at Burgdorf offer a great day trip or even an overnight stay. The hot pools and cabins are open 7 days a week and 365 days a year. In the winter and spring, the road is closed to vehicles and requires snowmobiles to ride in. Cozy cabins are available to rent for overnight stays. Visit www.burgdorfhotsprings.com for information about rates and reservations.
The Oregon Coast is a popular vacation destination for RV'ers, especially Idaho travelers. From the northern most coastal town of Astoria, to the southern most of Brookings-Harbor, fun can be found up and down the coast. A nine to ten hour drive, depending on the exact destination, makes for an attainable trip, especially with week off for spring break. Coastal vacationers can find fishing excursions, sand dunes, charter boats, clamming, and more along our neighboring states coast. Visittheoregoncoast.com can help you select a destination and plan events and activity based on the location.