Archive for the ‘ Dune & Desert ’ Category

July 12th, 2013

Girls on ATVs – A Photo Journal

It’s Friday- the work week is coming to a close, the trails are calling and your boss isn’t looking. Opportunists that we are, your ATV Connection editors spent literally minutes intensely searching the net for photos that accurately capture two of our favorite subjects: women and quads. It’s a dirty job but somebody’s got to [...]

June 10th, 2013

Ask the Editors: The Secret Techniques of Jumping an ATV

Dear ATVC: I took my first trip to the dunes the last couple days, and had a great time. I had never ridden in the sand let alone went up large inclines or attempted jumps before. My friends said I did excellent for my first time out, but I am sure I have much more [...]

May 27th, 2013

Have a Happy & Safe Memorial Day

While the world at large appreciates Memorial Day as an occasion to remember our servicemen and women for their contributions in keeping our freedoms safe. Because of where it lands on the calendar, it’s also an immensely popular weekend for ATV and UTV enthusiasts. As is annual tradition, the CPSC has a few pointers to [...]

May 9th, 2013

ATV Tech: Turning your UTV into a Racer

As far as we can tell, there are two types of people in the world: UTV racing addicts and those who haven’t tried it yet. There is just something about the combination of open-air competition reminiscent of ATV racing coupled to the interior security associated with auto racing that makes taking a side-by-side to the [...]

February 4th, 2013

Ask The Editors: Is There a Mistake on The Yamaha Banshee Spec Sheet?

Dear ATVC: I recently got into ATV riding in the Oregon dunes and discovered what has to be the most insane ATV ever created, the Yamaha Banshee. Are there mistakes on the spec sheets or what? How is it possible that the liquid cooled reed valve 350 parallel twin cylinder is putting out only 35 [...]