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Suzuki

SUZUKI: AHEAD OF ITS TIME, A LONG TIME AGO

Starting in the 1980’s Suzuki was the king of innovation. They had the jump on the first four-wheeler, then came 4WD, next Suzuki was first to the track with a 250cc, two-stroke racer and finally, they produced a race-ready four stoke with…
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Dune Recovery Truck

Tyler Hansen lives near the St. Anthony dunes in Eastern Idaho and owns Hansen Sled & Cycle Performance. While he may be known for fixing and modifying machines for the locals in the area, a picture of his recovery truck in the…
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Suzuki Celebrates 20-Years At U.S. Assembly Plant

Suzuki Motor USA, LLC is proud to celebrate 20 years of manufacturing KingQuad ATVs at the Suzuki Manufacturing of America Corporation (SMAC) facility. KingQuad ATVs rolled off the assembly line in Rome, Georgia in May of 2002, and have…
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WIDE OPEN: Survivors 

By Joe Kosch The latest ATVs offer more performance, comfort and convenience than most riders could have dreamed of years ago, so it really doesn’t surprise me to see so many new machines motoring around on trails, rolling by in…
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QUADRACER REBUILD

QUADRACER REBUILD SUZ LT250 REBUILD In case you didn’t know it, the Su­zu­ki QuadRacer LT250R was the first high-performance ATV to ever hit our shores. That momentous occasion oc­curred in ’85. It was the first four-wheel­er…
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SUZ KINGQUAD VS KAW BRUTE FORCE  750 4X4

By the staff of Dirt Wheels SUZ KINGQUAD VS KAW BRUTE FORCE  750 4X4.   Suzuki has had great success with their hefty Brute Force 750 4x4i powerhouse. It hasn’t been upgraded in quite a while, but Suzuki performed a full…
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2020 ATV BUYER’S GUIDE: 4X4

It's here, the 2020 ATV BUYER’S GUIDE: 4X4 Enter to win a free set of tires and wheels by taking our 2021 readers survey here. ARCTIC CAT ALTERRA 570 Arctic Cat is back! Textron owns the company, but the historic…
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SUZUKI VANVAN

Test impression by the staff of Dirt Wheels SUZUKI VANVAN We recently did a short feature on the internet dealing with the short-lived, fat-tired Honda Fat Cat two-wheeler. The response was incredible! That response brought back…
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