By the staff of Dirt Wheels Kawasaki’s Brute Force 750 has been known in the pages of Dirt Wheels as a powerful and capable 4×4,
The largest segment of the sport ATV market these days are the youth models. All of the top OEM’s are still producing kids’ quads, even
It’s been years since there has been any major advancement in the youth ATV segment, especially from the major OEMs. When Yamaha put double A-arms
Let’s say you’re thinking about buying a new 4×4 quad this year and $8200 is the highest price you’d like to go. What are your
Today, the Yamaha Grizzly is an institution. It’s the focus of clubs, the centerpiece of a subculture and a fundamental part of American outdoor life.
When Polaris first introduced their Predator 500 sport quad, it wasn’t a big success. Tranny issues and handling woes kept it from besting its competition.
oFor 2009, KTM is offering two new sport quads designed for motocross. The 450SX and 505SX have a 50-inch wide wheel width, 18-inch tall rear
In recent years companies like Polaris, Arctic Cat, Can-Am, Suzuki and Kawasaki tried the concept of putting different-sized motors in a shared chassis to save
Honda’s flagship Rincon has only seen one major improvement in its life, and that was back in 2006. In that model year the liquid-cooled engine
For this Way Back Wednesday, we chose an article from our January 1990 issue of Suzuki’s LT250 QuadRacer. Once an extremely popular ATV back in
Over the last two decades we have watched the Yamaha Grizzly 4×4 ATV transform from the largest-displacement monster to a refined animal. In the late
It was a sad time when Yamaha announced it was going to discontinue the 200cc, two-stroke Blaster after the 2006 model year. Industry changes and