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Links to WYMT TV News Articles, Hazard Kentucky Apr 6, 2008 Legislature Finds Money For Projects Despite Tough Fiscal Times (Knott receives $275,000 for atv-plus $100,000 horse trails & camp ground.) (Pike County receives $100,000.) Link to Article Apr 22, 2008 Connecting ATV Trails With West Virginia Could Be A Possibility Link to Article May 6, 2008 Kick-Off Held For Kentucky's Tourism Initiative at Knott County ATV Training Facility Link to Article Knott County Trail Riders May 14, 2008 Governor Approves $1,231,844 in Recreational Trails Grants FY08 Applicants of RTP Gra
Development of ATVs ATVs (all-terrain vehicles) were first developed during the 1950s. The earliest models had six wheels instead of the four that riders are now familiar with. Honda was the first company to make the 3-wheel ATV in 1970. These were famously displayed in the James Bond film, 'Diamonds Are Forever.' Originally called the US90, the ATV was purely for fun, made with very large balloon tires instead of the mechanical suspension and smaller tires eventually introduced in the early 1980s. One of the most important versions of the ATV was the 1982 Honda ATC200E Big Red. Read Full Ar
I thought this was a good articles. Beltless Auto Transmission In Development Fallbrook Technologies Inc., a pioneering technology development company, announced that it has entered into an agreement with Aftermarket Technology Corp. (ATC) to develop a production design for a continuously variable planetary (CVP) drivetrain based on Fallbrook's breakthrough NuVinci technology. CVP applications are expected for ATVs and utility vehicles as well as other outdoor power equipment like lawn & garden tractors. ATC is the world's largest independent drivetrain remanufacturer. It currently ma