Understanding Load and Inflation Ratings of ATV Tires

November 1, 2014

Understanding how your tires work is a critical component of safely owning and operating an ATV. It’s no secret that off-roading with an ATV can be dangerous. ATVSafety reports there were more than 300 reported ATV-related deaths and more than 107,000 ATV-related injuries that required a trip to the emergency room in 2011. The more […]

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Safety First: How to Check the Air Pressure in ATV Tires

October 3, 2014
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Operating an all-terrain vehicle with improper tire pressure — whether too high, too low or uneven between the tires — can cause you to lose control and crash, warns ATV manufacturer Polaris. In the best-case scenario, it causes poor handling and uneven wear, the latter requiring replacement of the tires earlier than should be necessary. […]

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A Manly DIY: Repairing a Punctured Tire

September 17, 2014

Nothing ruins a fun ATV ride more than getting a flat tire. Any time you goe on a ride, either just for a pleasure cruise or headed to a hunting spot, you need to be prepared (and knowledgeable) for the inevitable. Always have supplies on hand Normally, you don’t pack an extra tire in case […]

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September 12, 2014

BRP just released the industry’s first factory-installed turbocharged side-by-side vehicle to its 2015 Can-Am off-road line-up, the Maverick X DS model. “BRP is once again taking the industry by storm with the introduction of another industry-first, the new turbocharged Can-Am Maverick X ds side-by-side vehicle,” said Chris Dawson, vice-president and general manager, Global Sales and […]

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Grip the Gravel

June 17, 2014
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Gear Up Before You Ride This Summer

May 19, 2014

It’s important to equip yourself with the right gear when riding an ATV or motorcycle, especially if you are a first-time owner. Certain equipment, such as helmets and protective eye wear, should be worn at all times, but it’s not necessarily required that riders do so. More than half the states in the country mandate […]

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Mercedes Benz Zetros 6×6 Vehicle

March 10, 2014
Mercedes Benz Zetros 6×6 Vehicle

Mercedes-Benz Zetros 2733 A 6×6 in operation as a luxurious hunting and expedition vehicle With its 6×6 drive configuration, the cab-behind-engine model from Wörth ensures safe and reliable progress off the beaten track Two vehicles purchased for hunting excursions by two businessmen friends in Mongolia Bathroom with marble floor and underfloor heating Stuttgart/Ulan-Bator – The […]

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Motorcyclist Attempts To Cross A Flash Flood

January 12, 2014

A new GoPro motorcycle video uploaded to YouTube last week shows the series of intense events after a man made the incredible poor decision to attempt crossing a flash flood on his motorcycle. According to the video’s YouTube description, the footage was shot in September 2013 after Colorado suffered damage from a historic flood. “Michael […]

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All-New 2014 Yamaha YFZ450R

July 3, 2013
2014 Yamaha YFZ350R

I am going to be honest lately I have been second guessing my Raptor 700 purchase. I often wonder if I would have been happier with a 450. After all its just as powerful but is lighter and built to jump. THe 700 is heavy and awkward in the air. Anyway just some thoughts as […]

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Do-It-Yourself ATV Upkeep and Considerations

July 1, 2013
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Do-It-Yourself ATV Upkeep and Considerations to save you time and money. Take care of your tires, and your tires will take care of you. Those puppies take a lot of abuse — and that means maintenance is the name of the game. Whether you’re riding a Continental Tire, Nexen or Maxxis set up, the game […]

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