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Avoid Flat Tires – Prevention product...

Jun 30, 2015Comments off5012 Views

Testing tires and dealing with flat ones is a big part of the duties at the magazine. Whether it’s racing highly modified machines or trail

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BUYER’S GUIDE: UTV Seats

May 26, 2015Comments off5250 Views

  When it comes to your UTV, the stock seats are only comfortable to a certain extent. Aftermarket seats provide a number of benefits compared

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BUYER’S GUIDE: Roost Guards

May 08, 2015Comments off4107 Views

Safety gear is one of the most important factors with ATV riding. Whether you race or ride for fun, wearing protective gear can save your

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ATV Covers Buyer’s Guide

Mar 16, 2015Comments off4039 Views

For some of you, storing your ATV might not be an issue. You have a well-lit, airtight, spacious garage that looks like a museum. You

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New tires you need to know about!

Dec 25, 2014Comments off7127 Views

No matter what kind of ATV you ride or UTV you drive, the tires you choose to install under them can make a huge difference

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RIDING BOOT BUYER’S GUIDE – UND...

Apr 18, 2014Comments off3924 Views

There really should be no question that a helmet and eye protection are the most important pieces of safety equipment you can wear when riding

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BEADLOCK WHEELS BUYER’S GUIDE

Apr 06, 2014Comments off6687 Views

After the invention of the rubber tire, the single most important change made to the wheel was the addition of the beadlock. It came out

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Sand Tire Buyer’s Guide

Mar 31, 2014Comments off4484 Views

Scoops and smoothies to shred the dunes ATV tires come in all shapes, styles and sizes. Straying away from a stock tire can dramatically change

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BUYER’S GUIDE: BUDGET SPORT & U...

Oct 07, 2009Comments off3047 Views

New rubber for $100 and under. For typical trail tires, the sizes run from 20×10-9 in the rear to 21 or 22×7-10 up front for

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BUYER’S•GUIDE: ATV/UTV SNOW TRAC...

Feb 11, 2009Comments off5154 Views

Most ATVs can travel on virtually any surface; dirt, rocks, mud, sand, snow. That’s why they are called All Terrain Vehicles. However, some mud and