In the market for new gear? We’ve highlighted seven fantastic brands and different gear packages you might be interested in. With a jersey, pants, gloves and a helmet, you’ll never look better on your bike!
Kailub Russell continued his clear and undisputed dominance in the motorcycle XC1 Pro class. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s Josh Strang finished 3rd for the day and moved into 2nd overall for the season. In the ATV XC1 Pro class, Walker Fowler gained a victory and closed the points gap set by the season’s leader Chris Borich.
The United States of America is a great big outdoor playground with extremely diverse terrain. If you ride off-highway vehicles, you have a huge variety of options for great places to ride across the country! We have highlighted 12 noteworthy places to ride across America that offer great trails, awesome views and good times to be had by all! Read on to see if any of these areas are in your neck of the woods or if any of them help you decide to take a well needed vacation to visit!
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What do you get when the boss wants a sweet new ride? The crew at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC didn’t hold back, and the result is “Sweetness 2.0” – a 2014 KTM 300 XC-W bike build especially for the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC CEO. Check it out to see how sweet it really is!
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC recently hosted a “Win a Trip to the ER” contest to send eight lucky winners on a motorcycle adventure ride through the rocky mountains with Jeff Emig. Check out who won!
Find out more about the next round of the Motocross League of America, which will be held at Silver Dollar Raceway in Reynolds, GA.
There has been a lot of buzz over the past year or so about the developments in the 50-inch UTV market. The Arctic Cat Wildcat Trail hit the scene last year as competition in a market once dominated by a single machine – the Polaris RZR. Artic Cat isn’t the only manufacturer to make an… Read More »
Without Ryan Villopoto in the mix, the 450MX championship was largely a battle between Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey, with impressive performances by Trey Canard, Eli Tomac and Brett Metcalfe as well. However, it was Roczen who stole the show with a rookie championship. Jeremy Martin dominated in 250MX, but Blake Baggett, Cooper Webb, Marvin Musquin, Justin Bogle and Christophe Pourcel also had great showings.
It was 1-1 sweeps for both classes at the Utah National on August 23. Trey Canard finished the season on a high note with the first 450MX victory of his career, and Jeremy Martin showed everyone why he is the champion of the 250MX class with a victory of his own. The day’s events also crowned Ken Roczen champion of the 450MX class.