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Textron Specialized Vehicles, owners of the Arctic Cat and Tracker brands, has issued a recall for certain Arctic Cat Alterra 600 and Tracker 600 ATVs. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, a problem in the front suspension can cause the A-arms to separate from the frame, resulting in a loss of control and a crash.
Polaris has launched a new online marketplace for buying and selling powersports vehicles. The Polaris Xchange portal allows customers to do all of their shopping online, with access to thousands of new and pre-owned vehicles across a network of participating dealerships. The Xchange also includes products from across the company’s powersports portfolio, including Polaris’ ATVs, side-by-sides, snowmobiles, Slingshot auto-cycles, and Indian motorcycles.
When you bought your RZR, it came with pretty decent coilover shocks, likely with some adjustments that helped you dial in the ride quality. There is a group of designers, testers, engineers and, yes, lawyers, who all had input on the design of the shocks on your machine.
The folks over at Moose Utility want to help you get hitched. No, they are not starting a dating app, or putting on a reality TV show, as much fun as that would be. Instead, they want to help you get the most out of your ATV or UTV with a trailer hitch that can help you take full advantage of your machine’s towing capacity.
Whether you have an ATV, UTV, motorcycles or any other piece of motorized equipment, you likely have a collection of tie-down straps. If you’re like me, you have a bunch, including your good ones that are your-go-to straps, and a pile of older straps that you bought for the sake of needing them at some point, but can’t quite bring yourself to get rid of. My wife jokes with me all the time that I have a vast collection of tie downs, but I only ever use a few. Those few that I use the most all came from Strapworks, and with good reason - they work.
American Made - For Real!
They say a bad day at the track is better than a good day at work, but Can-Am could not have had a better day at both. At King of the Hammers, the Can-Am Factory Racing Team and their Maverick X3s swept all three podium positions in the UTV Pro Mod Class, as well as the top two positions in UTV Stock.
Everybody knows that springs are made of metal, right? That may be true now, but Elka Suspension is experimenting with springs made out of composite materials instead of good old-fashioned steel. In fact, Elka just put them to the test in some of the most extreme conditions possible at King of the Hammers.
Here's another installment in Can-Am's short film series, with a story of how a soldier returning from the battlefield found a way to work through his struggles by challenging himself with off-road adventure and surrounding himself with the scene and the family that comes with it all. See the video below and a brief press release beneath:
By popular demand, Polaris has announced the return of some trim levels and submodels previously dropped from the Ranger and Sportsman lines.
"We are constantly learning from the unique ways customers use our products," said Steve Menneto, President of Polaris Off Road. "From mudding to property maintenance, these vehicles are purpose-built with enhanced features that enable our customers to make the most of their day, and we're excited to bring them back for 2023."