The scripts on those pages use a cookie that is set so when you choose to view the desktop site, it wont redirect back to the mobile site due to the cookie.
Personally I hate when I am directed to a mobile site because they always have a very limited amount of information and limited functionality
I would ask you why your mobile site has limited info? Why isn't your mobile site the same as your desktop as in content? I don't think it has to be even if your site is as informative as yours.
If you use the dual mode in SS Pro, you can have it to where the same objects are in both layouts within 1 html page. Not only does it make it easier to maintain but re-directs to mobile sites are going away and aren't the normal way of building anymore.
By the way, the home page of your website is messed up. Looks like your main menu is not pointing to the correct location for the files.
I also noticed on your mobile site, the target resolution is set pretty wide at almost 800px. On my phone, I still have to zoom in to read anything or click on the buttons. I would make the sizing more around 400-480 tops as this should look good on most smaller phones and still look ok on tablets. Unfortunately, with SS Pro, it only allows you to pick 1 mobile sizing which is extremely antiquated thus why I don't use this software anymore for new sites.