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How To: ATV Hauling Tips

How To: ATV Hauling Tips
Whether the destination is a repair shop, an epic riding area far away from home or hunting land out in the country, most ATV owners will have to haul their machine on a trailer or in a pickup truck. Securing an ATV on a trailer or in a truck seems simple enough, so giving pointers about how to do it...
October 28th, 2010 | Filed under: Home Page Slide Show, Other, Sport ATV, UTV, Utility ATV | Read More

13-Steps for Easy CV Boot Replacement

13-Steps for Easy CV Boot Replacement
It’s gonna happen. Sooner or later a CV boot on your four-wheel drive ATV will tear. Whether caused by brush, rocks, ice, sticks or dried mud, something will pierce the part that protects those greasy CV joints on your machine’s drivetrain. Grease on the outside of a CV boot is a sign that it’s...
August 19th, 2010 | Filed under: Sport ATV, UTV, Utility ATV | Read More

Tips To Improve Your Sport Quad For Trail Riding

Tips To Improve Your Sport Quad For Trail Riding
We’ve done it in the expansive sand dunes, desert washes and on twisting fire roads – even non-racers get it; just squeeze it and smile. While it¹s fun to wick it up, it’s also enjoyable to take in the scenery and tackle rugged terrain at a leisurely pace. Whether you’re a trail cruiser out...
February 19th, 2010 | Filed under: Sport ATV | Read More

Rampin' It Up: Freestyly Motocross

Rampin' It Up: Freestyly Motocross
The sport of freestyle motocross has grown exponentially over the last decade. What started years ago with a few guys on dirt bikes clicking their heels together has evolved into its own sport, with riders traveling the globe and wowing the masses by back flipping 400-pound machines through the air. Guys...
May 21st, 2009 | Filed under: Other, Sport ATV | Read More

15 Common Fixes: Durability & Practicality

There’s always room for improvement, and no stock sport quad is completely free of bugs and areas that could use a little more improvement. There are also a few tricks on your sport quad that you may not have discovered yet. We’ve put them all through lengthy endurance ride testing, maintained schedules...
March 24th, 2009 | Filed under: Sport ATV, Utility ATV | Read More

Dune Rig: Teryx Project

Jesse Wozniak / ATV Sport Does evolution exist in the mechanical world? If you could observe the changes to the recreational vehicles that have been tackling the sand dunes of Southern California over the last 40 years, you might think so. From ATC 90 three-wheelers, to high-performance ATVs, the trend...
March 24th, 2009 | Filed under: Features, Project Quads, Sport ATV | Read More

Honda TRX700XX Mods

It was early summer of 2008 when we completed the “Big 5” open-class shootout with five of the ATV industries top big-bore sport quads. Among them was the 700XX which boasted the highest top speed, although it took every foot of our drag strip to get there. However, the 700XX didn’t do so well...
February 11th, 2009 | Filed under: Features, Project Quads, Sport ATV | Read More

Honda 200X Restoration

I’ve heard it many times over the years, people or readers telling me “I still wish I had my old machine.” Well, recently one former three-wheeler racer surprised me when he sent us a photo of his ancient racer. Michigan’s Steve Stroud used to compete in the Grand National Championship series...
February 11th, 2009 | Filed under: Features, Project Quads, Sport ATV | Read More

1992 Banshee Rebuild

Ethan Grant is a self-proclaimed gearhead. He says while other kids were playing sports and going to dances, he and his buddies were wrenching on things. You see, he felt more at home building and tearing apart go-karts and mini-bikes than he did trying to catch a ball or hold hands with a girl. He caught...
January 16th, 2009 | Filed under: Features, Project Quads, Sport ATV | Read More

10 Winching Tips For ATVs

1. Dampen the winch cable. During winching, it’s a good idea to lay a coat, blanket or even tie a bag to the wire cable to dampen it in case of failure. If it fails and you don’t do this, the wire rope could potentially become a high-speed whip — crack! 2. Off the hook. When feeding the winch cable...
January 8th, 2009 | Filed under: Sport ATV, UTV, Utility ATV | Read More