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ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Yamaha’s looking forward by looking back. Yamaha USA is about to make a splash in a new off-road (and on road) arena in the form of one of the longest standing vehicles around: the bicycle. Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, announces its complete line of Power Assist Bicycles for the U.S. market will be on display […] More »

  Comments | By - April 20, 2018

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Back from the future. One of the hottest selling segments of the entire off-road market is the super high-performance 1000cc side-by-side class. They’re sporty, they’re fast and they’re versatile. Until now, only a few of the larger brands have dominated this segment but China’s CFMoto has decided to shake things up with an entry of […] More »

  Comments | By - February 9, 2018

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Tax payer money put to excellent use. Like road-going motor vehicles and boating; rules, regulations legality and location vary from state to state. Are registrations required? Do the children need proof that they have passed an approved ATV rider safety class? Do the quads need a state OHV sticker? Do your machines need to be […] More »

  Comments | By - February 2, 2018

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Drive it like a girl. Sara Price, the first-ever female participant in the Stadium SUPER Trucks series, returned to racing last weekend after running a partial season in 2016. She competed in nine different events in Australia, Canada and United States, with a career best result of fourth-place overall in Costa Mesa, California. As an […] More »

  Comments | By - December 29, 2017

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Better than new. The first company in the world to successfully electroplate onto aluminum substrates, WI’s own US Chrome has plated well over 1,000,000 cylinder bores since 1979. Perhaps even more amazing, the company has been in the plating industry since 1940! While their NiCom process is endorsed by performance racing icons such as Mercury […] More »

  Comments | By - October 13, 2017

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