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Learn Pro Race Skill at Free Yamaha GNCC University

Learn Professional Racing Skills and Techniques from Premier Off-Road Racers for Free Yamaha announces registration is now open for the 2022 Yamaha Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) University. All up-and-coming off-road racers and riders are invited to hone their skills with hands-on help and tutelage from some of the greatest ATV and off-road motorcycle racers of […]

YAMAHA ANNOUNCES ATV / SXS bLU cRU RACE PROGRAM

YAMAHA ANNOUNCES ATV / SXS bLU cRU RACE PROGRAM Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, is proud to pledge more than $140,000 in bLU cRU bonuses for the 2022 Side-by-Side (SxS) and ATV racing seasons. Yamaha’s bLU cRU program offers race bonuses ranging from entry to win a new 2022 YFZ450R to payouts of up to $15,000 for qualified and eligible racers competing in […]

WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR RIDING SKILLS?

If you live in the state of California then you can sign up for free ATV, ROV, and dirt bike classes! The California Outdoor Recreation Foundation wants riders to be skilled, informed, and safe. In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Off Highway Motorized Vehicle Recreation (OHMVR) Division, free classes will be available in […]

A Brief Guide To Buying an ATV That’s Right For You

Whether you own a farm or seek the thrill of racing on rough landscapes, an ATV is a versatile vehicle worth investing in. If you have to navigate through packed woods, ATVs are incredibly nimble and fun to ride. As the vehicle is compact, it is quite easy to control and maneuver through tight spaces […]

Easy Ways to Extend the Life of Your UTV

A utility terrain vehicle (UTV) is a precious investment for any sportsman or off-road racing enthusiast. It is also a game-changer when it comes to accessing an off-road job site. Just like your home, truck, or any other expensive purchase, you want it to last as long as possible. A few minutes spent in the garage […]

Utility Terrain Vehicles (UTV) Safety Tips

Utility terrain vehicles (UTV) are popular and fun, but these vehicles can also be dangerous, with many people being injured after getting involved in tragic accidents. Experts say that the rules applying to motorcycles should also apply to UTVs to ensure safety for the drivers, passengers, and the environment surrounding the trails. Stay safe with the following […]

RIDING TIPS: WORCS CHAMPION BEAU BARON TELL YOU HOW TO RACE…

Sit or stand in corners By the staff of Dirt Wheels   RIDING TIPS: When looking at our photos of the Mesquite round of WORCS, Pro ATV champ and race winner Beau Baron hit one corner standing and sitting on different laps. We were curious and asked how he chooses whether to sit or stand in a […]

RIDING TIPS: STYLING CHAMP STYLE

Standing for traction By the staff of Dirt Wheels, Photo by Stephen Tripp Styling Champ Style We have noticed that in looking at many photos of multi-time ATV/MX champion Chad Wienen, he has an interesting style. You might even call it, “Styling Champ Style”. He stands well forward on his Yamaha YFZ450R and often leans off […]

REAL-WORLD TRAIL PREPAREDNESS

By Casey Kramer REAL-WORLD TRAIL PREPAREDNESS. Whether you’re an expert who has ridden every trail in the world or you can’t even spell “preparedness,” we’ve got you covered with all the tools and supplies you need to make your ride safe, comfortable, and enjoyable. Not only will we tell you exactly what to carry to […]

HISTORY LESSON: QUAD RACING CIRCA 1987

HISTORY LESSON: QUAD RACING CIRCA 1987 Back in the 1980s, ATV racing was hot. Top riders raced several circuits that crisscrossed the entire county not just the East Coast. The top riders of the day may be some names you still hear about now racing UTVs, building engines, running tire companies, or promoting national dirt […]

UTAH OFF-ROAD ISSUE

UTAH OFF-ROAD ISSUE The state of Utah will no longer be honoring off-highway vehicle registrations from any other states beginning on Jan. 1, 2020. In past years, Utah has had standing agreements with some other states to honor each other’s OHV registration. This meant that visitors to Utah who had OHVs registered in states like […]