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ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

32-years experience and counting. FEMO ENTERPRISE CO., LTD. has been manufacturing and exporting automotive and ATV engines since 1985 but it wasn’t until 2010 that the company established its own in-house brand: BEARINGWORX. BEARINGWORX offers an ever expanding line of off-road hard products such as bearing kits, fork bushing kits, engine oil seal kits, gasket […] More »

  Comments | By - December 8, 2017

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Not the end; just a new beginning. On November 15th Motorsport Aftermarket Group (MAG) announced it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy as a means of eliminating $300 million in debt. In the event that MAG sounds unfamiliar to you, they own and manufacture parts for many brands such as Tucker Rocky, Rethal, ProTaper, Answer […] More »

  Comments | By - November 16, 2017

Video: 1981 Honda ATC250R Commercial

Planet earth, meet the 250R. The year was 1981. Ronald Reagan becomes President of the US, “Raiders of the Lost Ark” debuts in theaters, and Honda takes to the airwaves with an infomercial showing off its incredible ATC250R to the world. Whether you saw and have forgotten it or weren’t yet a resident of earth […] More »

  Comments | By - November 9, 2017

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Cannot be found at your local dealership. The US Military relies upon ATVs pretty regularly and while the civilian units are certainly nothing to shake a stick at, the military units usually demand specific features like beefier structural design and operator safety standards. Since its introduction in 2002, Phoenix International’s Prowler has been deployed by […] More »

  Comments | By - November 3, 2017

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Fort Worth Texas’s own Quadboss began life back in 2001 with only two products: snow plows and tire sealant. The logic was that the north would always have snow in need of removing and so long as ATVs and UTVs ran pneumatic tires, there would be a demand for sealant to repair leaks. The logic […] More »

  Comments | By - October 27, 2017

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