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VOLUME 34, NUMBER 6 JUNE 2014

 
(5/12/2014)
MACHINES
• 2014 450 TRAIL SHOOTOUT
    The fastest quads in the tight woods
• CAN-AM OUTLANDER 500 DPS
    Top-of-the-line features without a high price
• POLARIS RZR XP 1000 FOUR-SEATER
    Family thrill ride

FEATURES
• EXPLORING THE GRAND CANYON
    From the seat of Honda’s Pioneer
• OWNERS’ REPORT
    Kawasaki’s Brute Force 4X4
• COLTEN MOORE INTERVIEW
    Talking to the main man of freestyle
• TRAIL TIPS
    Tools and products to get you through
• HOW-TO
    Install an EPI CVT clutch kit
• BUYER’S GUIDE
    Sport quad clutch components
• READER SURVEY
    Tell us your habits and win free Kenda tires

PRODUCTS
• KENDA EVO TIRES
    Next-generation Bear Claw
• TRAILFINDER HELMET LIGHT
    A flashlight for your head
• LEATT MRX HEAD AND NECK RESTRAINT
    Protection for sudden stops

EVENTS
• HUNT-THE-WOLF
    Could this be the toughest ATV race in the world?
• KING OF THE HAMMERS
    This is the toughest UTV race in America!

ON THE COVER: Main image: Colten Moore demonstrates the holy man over a crowd at Hay Days. Image by I Fly Photography. Above that, Cain Smead tests out one of his favorite 4x4s—the Can-Am Outlander 500. Karel Kramer photo. Below, Matt Dion, Derek McConnell and Cain Smead trail-ride the top 450s. Another Karel Kramer photo.  



Topic: Back Issues

News:
  • VOLUME 34, NUMBER 5 MAY 2014
  • VOLUME 34, NUMBER 4, APRIL 2014
  • VOLUME 33, NUMBER 7 JULY 2013
  • VOLUME 31, NUMBER 8, AUGUST 2012
  • VOLUME 31, NUMBER 7, JULY 2012







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WARNING: Much of the action de­pict­­ed in this magazine is potentially dan­gerous. Virtually all of the riders seen in our photos are experienced ex­­perts or professionals. Do not at­tempt to duplicate any stunts that are be­­yond your own capabilities. Always wear the appropriate safety gear.
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