Whether you race or just ride for fun, aftermarket accessories are designed to make every ride on your sport quad an epic one. With so many accessories to choose from, narrowing it down can be a tough decision. We asked a bunch of sport quad riders which accessories are the best to add to your machine before all the others. Click here to check out what they said!
David Haagsma, Robbie Bell and Mitch Guthrie, Jr. all finished with a 1st place spot on the podium over the weekend in Lake Havasu, AZ at the 4th round of the 2015 WORCS series. Take a look to see where the rest of the riders in each class placed!
Max Nagl pulled off an impressive win after a less-than-spectacular practice. Clement Desalle finally got a moto win of his own for this season and was awarded 2nd overall. In MX2, Jeffrey Herlings suffered a crash that took him out of contention for 1st, allowing Dylan Ferrandis to get the first win of his career.
Kailub Russell and Adam McGill both added wins to their resumes. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s Thad DuVall placed 3rd in the XC1 Pro motorcycle class, further demonstrating that he is one of the class’s top competitors.
Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin provided more dominating performances at Monster Energy Supercross in St. Louis. It looks as though both of them will take their classes’ respective championships for 2015.
Dual sport and adventure motorcycles are becoming increasingly popular, and for good reason – whether heading off-road or riding down the highway, these bikes are meant to do it all. Not only are these bikes versatile, the accessories that come for them make your motorcycle even that much more adaptable. We asked a bunch of dual sport riders which three accessories they would add first to their motorcycles, and this post is the result! Check it out!
Are you excited for the end of winter? Check out Justin’s tips on how to get your off-road vehicle ready for riding once spring rolls around.
Eli Tomac and Justin Bogle returned to 1st in their respective classes, stopping the KTM dominance that Ryan Dungey and Marvin Musquin had perpetuated the last three races.
The prestigious Mint 400 took place March 11-15 in Las Vegas. Dustin Jones and Shane Dowden placed 1st in the UTV Pro 1900 class.
Kailub Russell dominated the motorcycle classes again, while Adam McGill took his first ATV win since 2008. Treavis Poynter won in UTVs. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s Thad DuVall (XC1 Pro) placed 3rd and Nick Davis (XC2 Pro Lites) placed 2nd in his class, 8th overall.