Tag: Bombardier

Video: So That’s How It’s Done!

The redneck escalator. Ever go to a large ATV dealership with multiple levels and think to yourself, how do they get the machines here on the second floor or down to the sub-level? In this YouTube gem, the elusive process is finally captured on cell phone low definition. And once you know, you can never […] More »

  Comments | By - January 17, 2018

Weekly Used ATV Deal: Can-Am Traxter 500 2Up 4×4

Room for 2. Winter is in the air. The clouds are more threatening, nighttime arrives shortly after lunch and your ATV Connection editors are, as always, scouring SprocketList in the hopes of passing along a good deal on a machine to make those epic early winter rides a reality. That said, this week’s ad takes […] More »

  Comments | By - January 9, 2018

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Rich history in off-roading. Can-Am’s parent company (BRP) was founded by Joseph-Armand Bombardier all the way back in 1942. His plant manufactured multi-passenger snow transports, which he designed and took to Canadian market even earlier (winter of 1936–37). Today the company thrives with an international presence of over 6,800 employees. Bonus Fact: Can-Am ATVs are […] More »

  Comments | By - July 14, 2017

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

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