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September 16th, 2014

Can-Am Unleashes 121 Horsepower Turbo Can-Am Maverick X ds

Only yesterday we dispelled rumors of a 1200cc Can-Am Maverick for 2015 and today we’re pleased to report that while rumors of the machine’s displacement may be untrue, indeed a 121-hp 1000cc Maverick is about to be unleashed thanks to the added boost of a factory installed turbocharger. BRP adds the industry’s first factory-installed turbocharged [...]

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September 12th, 2014

Honda Powersports Photos of the Week: budedm’s 250X

This week’s photos of the week come from forum member budedm, who reminds us that not everything in the 80s was squared off and outdated looking. In fact, a very valid argument could be made that Honda was way ahead of their time with the styling of their 250X; a machine known for its bulletproof [...]

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September 11th, 2014

84MPGs in a Made in USA 3-Wheeler? Meet the Elio

Sure they’re quite a bit different from the ones we had in the 1980s, but 3-wheelers are coming back in a big way! Hot on the heels of the announcement of the Polaris Slingshot, we’ve just received word of the Elio; another USA born and bred 3-wheeler with some pretty appealing features and a very [...]

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September 9th, 2014

Arctic Cat Annnounces 15 New 2015 ATV & SxS Models

Arctic Cat has expanded its model line for 2015 with 15-new ATV and SxS models including an all-new Arctic Cat XR ATV line, a new Arctic Cat Wildcat Sport and a thorough redesign of the Arctic Cat Prowler XT line for 2015. Arctic Cat delivers the strongest and most improved model line-up in company history. [...]

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September 8th, 2014

Ask the Editors: Why Are The Back Tires on Performance Quads So Little?

Dear ATVC: I’ve always wondered why the rear tires on sports quads are so small compared to other ATVs. I always thought it looked kind of ridiculous, especially when the front tires are normal sized. What is the reason for this? Excellent question and indeed, it can look a little disproportionate when compared to the [...]

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