Rocky Mountain ATV/MC employee Eric Nelson discusses one of the greatest UTV trails on Utah’s scenic slickrock: Hole-in-the-Rock. Check out his advice in this article!
Marc Coma took top honors among motorcyclists at the Dakar this year, defending his title from last year. Meanwhile, Rafal Sonik bested the previous quad champion to take his first Dakar victory. RZR driver William Alcaraz placed at the top of the T3 class.
If there is fun to be had and something to be filmed, we count on Wes Hawkins – Rocky Mountain’s video Program Coordinator/Editor – to capture it all. Check out this post to get to know the face behind the camera and see RMATV/MC and the powersport industry through his lens.
Beau Baron and Robby Bell – both past champions – took 1st in the ATV Pro and Motorcycle Pro classes, respectively. The SXS Pro class had a few upsets, however, as three of last year’s top four riders had disappointing results.
Ken Roczen and Cooper Webb both took wins at Anaheim 2, and they are both in 1st overall in the 450SX and 250SX West classes, respectively. There was plenty more excitement at Anaheim 2, however, including a particularly notable incident between Chad Reed and Trey Canard.
Motorcycle racers Ricky Brabec and Robby Bell returned to the top for the 2015 season of Best in the Desert. However, the Quad Pro and UTV Pro 1900 classes saw new winners at this year’s Parker 250.
Eli Tomac took the holeshot and the win in 450SX, battling with Ken Roczen and then creating a respectable gap. In 250SX, Cooper Webb passed Malcolm Stewart to take 1st.
Catch up with Jay Clark at the epicenter of the off-road industry in Southern California. Whether it’s building a project bike for a race or helping one of the motocross magazines with a shootout, there’s always something exciting going on.
Ken Roczen had an impressive race at Anaheim 1, taking 1st. Jason Anderson – in his first 450SX race – took 2nd, beating seasoned pros like Trey Canard (3rd) and Ryan Dungey (4th). In the 250SX West class, Jessy Nelson took a decisive 1st, followed by Zach Osborne and Tyler Bowers.
Many riders dream of taking a trip off the beaten path, but few ever follow through. Check out this article about Chance and his dad as they plan, map and carry out a 400-mile ride down dirt roads and through small towns to get to their relatives in St. George, Utah.