Tag: Bombardier

Meet the Apache Backcountry Track System

Deep backcountry snow and challenging winter conditions have sometimes lead to cumbersome results with tracked ATV systems in the past. These concerns just may be a thing of the past thanks to the all-new Apache Backcountry Track System from Can-Am accessories; an accessory that’s forever transformed ATV operation in harsh winter environments and deep snow. […] More »

  Comments | By - February 21, 2017

Member Spotlight: ds4life

This week we’re taking a look at forum member ds4life; a gentleman aptly named for his devotion to the Bombardier (Can-Am) DS650. Considering he hails from Las Vegas (or as he calls it “Lost Wages”) Nevada, we think the big six-five-oh is a great choice for shredding some sand. Of course things don’t always go […] More »

  Comments | By - November 24, 2016

Yamaha Tesseract and Other Cool Concepts

Years ago things were simple — bikes leaned while ATVs slid when it came to cornering. Then the line began to blur several years back when road-going three-wheelers began appearing with geometry and configurations that allowed them to lean over like a bike without sacrificing the stability of self-balance. Yamaha has had a concept called the Tesseract […] More »

  Comments | By - June 16, 2016

Ask the Editors: DS650 CDI Blues

Dear ATVC: I bought a DS 650 with no CDI box. Last owner wired in new box that did not work. I since got a factory CDI but don’t know where wires plug in. I have a connector but don’t know order in which to place wires. Can anyone send me picture please? sailorjack50 Why […] More »

  Comments | By - March 28, 2016

ATV Test: Can-Am Outlander L 500 DPS

Can-Am vehicles have been called a lot of things throughout the years but rarely is “budget-friendly” at the top of that list. And who can fault them? Solid specs and quality components cost money. Plus, unlike many overseas manufacturers who enjoy the benefits of strong currency conversion, Can-Am is located and Canada where the dollar […] More »

  Comments | By - December 10, 2015

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