CJ MotorSports is located in the Industrial Park just south of Boonville, New York, a town synonymous with snow and snowmobiles. The Bourgeois family created CJ MotorSports in July 1997 as a division of CJ Logging Equipment. We noticed that our professional chainsaw service declined with the introduction of mechanized logging equipment; so what came naturally was expanding the small engine department to include Kawasaki and BRP recreational products; thus CJ MotorSports was created.
The Bourgeois family’s passion for motorsports began with Carl J. (C.J.) Bourgeois, a businessman, entrepreneur, and dealer in motorcycles, boats, and snowmobiles in Boonville. He sold the first mass-produced Polaris snowmobile in the northeastern United States, the Sno-Traveler/Ranger/Trailblazer K-70 Model C-10, in the fall of 1959. He also sold Rupp, Snowbug, Scorpion, and Sno-Pro snowmobiles.