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ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

Do these wheels make my butt look big? Considered the first true ATV by many, the 1972 Honda US90 came in at 37-inches wide. And most of that was achieved by massive tires. Throughout the years, the width (and corresponding stability) of our machines has only continued to increase. Take the latest word coming in […] More »

  Comments | By - January 31, 2019

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

U.S Senators announce RTP Full Funding Act 2018. The Recreational Trails Program (RTP) has aided trail construction and maintenance projects and programs nationwide since 1991. Created through landmark surface transportation legislation, RTP reflected Congressional belief that federal gas taxes paid on motor fuel used in motorized non-highway recreational activities should be used to benefit those […] More »

  Comments | By - November 9, 2018


Check your VINs. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that CFMOTO is recalling about 5,300 CFORCE ATVs due to a fire hazard. The fuel hose can crack and fuel can leak from the vehicle, posing a fire hazard. This recall involves 2016-2018 CFORCE 400, 2017-2018 CFORCE 500S and 2017-2018 CFORCE 500HO ATVs with 400cc […] More »

  Comments | By - October 1, 2018

Ask the Editors: Stock Split Rim?

How many pieces is my rim? Dear ATVC: I have a Honda ATC90 but the frame says US90. I think it may have originally had the balloon tires but someone converted to have all 22x11x8 knobbies. I cut the front tire off and noticed there are what looks like two large o-rings or gaskets next […] More »

  Comments | By - September 24, 2018

ATV Industry Facts: Did You Know?

The US Army will take 20 please. Team Polaris and its advanced MRZR X multi-mode vehicle platform have been selected by the U.S. Army to be one of the robotic systems used by infantry brigade combat teams for the next year of trials as part of the Squad Multipurpose Equipment Transport (SMET) program. The MRZR […] More »

  Comments | By - May 25, 2018

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