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  1. I am reading the latest ATV Magazine issue and they have a section all on Utilitys. I looking it over and seeing some manufacturer changes I wasn't aware of. Like Yamaha has different versions now of its Grizzly - 80, 125, 350, 400, 450, 660, 700 ? What happened to the Bruin, the Kodiak 400 and 450? Suzuki has a King Quad 450 and 700... Yamaha page with all those Grizzlys...http://www.yamaha-motor.com/outdoor/products/lifestylehome/home.aspx I may have to go with that new 700 FI, Power steering... I used to have a Yamaha Kodiak 450 before my King Quad, that's what made me notice this. Also see these Kymco's getting into the picture..
  2. What's your favorite ATV Magazine and why? I'm subscribed to ATV Magazine. I like the articles and it gives me the latest product info. Can't say I read it cover to cover, but most of it if it's interesting.
  3. Hey guys, Here's the initial test review of the Polaris RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition in ATV World Magazine: ATV WORLD MAGAZINE - North America's Best ATV/UTV Magazine Here are copies of the actual pages in the magazine: You can download the complete article pdf here: http://www.utvreport.com/pics/atvworld/rzr4/initialtest/initialtest.pdf Here's the article in text form with larger pictures: When Polaris first introduced the RZR in 2008, the recreational UTV and Side x Side industry was changed forever. As if that wasn’t enough, Polaris introduced the RZR S in 2009, which was leaps and bounds ahead of the competition with a high output factory long travel equipped sporty side x side. For 2010, Polaris has gone above and beyond once again with the release of their all-new RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition. So, if you’re like us you’re probably wondering some of the following whether you own an existing UTV or not: - Does the engine have enough power? - Does the extra wheelbase cause you to high center or hang up more? - Can you really fit 4 people comfortably for an entire day’s ride? - How is the turning radius? - How well does it fit in tight woods trails? - How well does it rock crawl? - How does it do in the sand? So, to begin, let’s jump right to the things we love about the new RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition: - Similar fit, finish, and comfort level of the existing RZR and RZR S - Tilt Steering Wheel - Digital Dash - High & Low Beam Lights - Simple 1-position On-Demand AWD System - Comfortable bucket seats front and rear - 4 cup holders - 12v power sockets front and rear - RZR S Suspension with heavier duty Fox Podium X 2.0 shocks Here’s what we’d like to see updated for next year’s models of not only the RZR 4 but also the regular RZR and RZR S: - Parking brake - 6 tie down points in the bed - Integrated hard sided lockable glove box And, specifically for the RZR 4, we’d like to see Polaris utilize the additional space under the rear driver’s side seat for added storage, because you can never have enough space to store stuff when out riding the trails. And, last but not least on the RZR 4, we’d like to see a quicker steering ratio and power steering due to the extra length and additional weight on the front end. But, we know what you’re really wondering is how it drove out on the trails, right? But, before we jump in with our full test, we’re happy to say the new Polaris RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition is an all around amazing sport side x side. As you can probably imagine, the extra size has its limiting factors, but it also has some very beneficial factors, as well. So, to begin our test, we headed out to the Brimstone Recreation area in Huntsville, TN to test its prowess in tight woods trails. Part of what we were wondering is how many times we’d have to do 3-point turns to make it through the trees. We were wondering if we’d get hung up making hard off-camber turns by catching trees on the roll cage. We also wanted to see just how often we’d get hung up on steep water breaks and big rocks. And, finally we wanted to get the feedback of other riders on the trails with us that had other brands and models of UTVs for some honest comparison feedback. In the end, we were pleasantly surprised with the way the RZR 4 handled tight woods trails. We had folks with existing RZR’s, RZR S’s, Rangers, Prowlers, and Rhinos drive and ride in it, and their responses were all very similar. Engine The engine is peppy when compared to non-RZR machines, and although not as fast as the RZR or RZR S, it seemed to have plenty of power to everyone that drove it. And, for those power hungry folks, there are plenty of options to increase the power of the High Output (H.O.) 760cc engine ranging from turbos to all sorts of bolt-on parts that can fit within your budget. Extra Wheelbase It didn’t get hung up on the tall and steep water breaks like everyone expected. Although you could feel it drag the undercarriage at times, there always seemed to be tires on the ground that were able to pull you through without getting hung up. The positive attribute to the extra wheelbase is that it rides very smooth, soaking up the bumps at both high and low speeds with little to no feedback through the steering wheel. When compared to the other 2-seat UTVs, some even mentioned it was possible to get hung up easier on the steep faced water breaks in their shorter wheelbase UTVs because their tires would be off the ground more. Comfort Factor Although we didn’t test it with 4 adults in the tight woods, we did put 3 adults in to drive it. Three of them currently drove Rhino 450’s, and they were pleasantly surprised at how well it rode, how comfortable the back seat was, and how much quicker it was when compared to the Rhino 450. Upon initial inspection we originally thought the rear seats would only be comfortable for small adults or children. But, after spending hours in the back seat, it’s truly as comfortable as the front seats with a nice grab bar running the entire width of the RZR 4. Turning Radius Our initial assumption was that we were going to have to constantly stop and make 3-point turns to make it through the tight woods trails. But, to our surprise, we only had to do this a couple of times in a full day’s ride. And, for comparison sake, the one guy with a Ranger XP had to do it in the same places we did. But, you will find yourself working the steering wheel more because of the added weight of the machine and what appears to be the same steering box ratio as a regular RZR. We’d like to see a quicker steering box ratio and power steering on next year’s models to make weaving your way through the woods a much more enjoyable experience. Overall Tight Woods Impression The astounding response we received from everyone that rode or drove the RZR 4 was “Wow, I didn’t expect that!” I think what we all realized is that our assumptions were nearly all wrong and that Polaris has really done their homework with the new RZR 4 Robby Gordon Edition. It’s obviously not as nimble as a 2-seat UTV or ATV in the tight woods, but for most people wanting to take their families out trail riding, the positives far outweigh the few times you’ll have to back up or slow down to weave your way through the trees. Continued below...
  4. BLUERIBBON COALITION, INC. NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
********* Contact:* Del Albright, BlueRibbon Ambassador
********* Phone: 209.304.7693
********* Date: October 21, 2009 MAGAZINE EMPIRE SUPPORTS BLUERIBBON COALITION
Off-road publisher Source Interlink launches co-op outreach program with BFGoodrich Tires POCATELLO, ID (October 21) - BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) announced today a major partnership with Source Interlink, one of the largest publishers of magazines and online content for enthusiast audiences, reaching off-road readers around the country.* Source Interlink and BRC are working cooperatively on informational ads promoting BRC and our mission of protecting responsible recreation. Ads will be placed in numerous magazines, including Four Wheeler, JP Magazine, 4Wheel Drive and Sport Utility, Off-Road, and 4Wheel & Off-Road. Source Interlink and BFGoodrich Tires combined resources to give one randomly-selected lucky winner a set of awesome off-road tires just for being a member of BlueRibbon Coalition and being in the game of keeping trails open.* Jerry Sparkman of Gilroy won a beautiful set of 37" KM2 BFGs.** Source Interlink plans to expand this membership incentive with other tire manufacturers as well. "We are staunch supporters of keeping our trails open and our sports alive," said Jeff Nasi, Source Interlink Group Publisher.* "BlueRibbon Coalition members are the national grassroots champions and we are proud to do our part to encourage more folks to join up and help save trails," Jeff added. "This support from Source Interlink and all these great off-road magazines is a huge opportunity to educate the recreating public about protecting recreation," said Greg Mumm, Executive Director of BRC. "When it comes to the stewardship of our public lands, we promise to be in the forefront, working with our partners like Source Interlink and BFGoodrich Tires to ensure the continued responsible use of our public lands for outdoor recreation," he concluded. BRC's website (BlueRibbon Coalition: Preserving your recreational access to public lands.) is a powerful force in educating the American public in all forms of outdoor recreation, and the BRC leadership is committed to empowering members to stay in the game. ## More information about Source Interlink can be found at Source Interlink. # # # The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national (non-profit) trail-saving group that represents over 600,000 recreationists nationwide The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) season is beginning. Federal employees, please mark BlueRibbon Coalition and Check #11402 on your CFC pledge form to support our efforts to protect your access. Join us at 1-800-258-3742 http://www.sharetrails.org

  5. Side X Side Action Issue 21 I won a photo contest and they're sending me a K&N Filter! Woot! :hurrayc::cheer:
  6. Just wanted to let everyone know that Red Creek Offroad Park in Perkinston, MS is having an event July 3-5. It will be one of the Championship Mud Racing stops. They will have over $5,000 in payouts and trophies and they are also having a fireworks show on the 4th. For more information check out their web site at www.redcreekoffroad.com or CMR - Championship Mud Racing. I hope everyone can come out to support this great event!
  7. Please welcome our new supporter: AMP Magazine This is a Brand New E-Magazine and we encourage everyone to register FREE, to receive it once it launches this June! Be sure to stop by AMP Magazine's page here in our community at: http://www.quadcrazy.com/AMPMAGAZINE
  8. We would like to officially welcome ATV Illustrated Magazine to our community. Please check out their page here. Read about ATV Magazine Here
  9. Hi I'm a representative from ATV Illustrated Magazine. We've been around since 2001 -- both in magazine form and on the web at http://www.atvillustrated.com. -- and I wanted to touch base with all you ATVers out there to see how much y'all know about us, how you think we're doing, what you like--and don't like--about our publication, what you think we should be doing more (or less) of, etc. We'll also soon be starting a new TV series, "ATV Illustrated Television", which will air on Comcast Cable out of Chicago and we're in discussions with Fox Sports to be carried on that nework, too. After the first year, the show will be broadcast nationwide. When the show airs, we'd like to get your feedback on it, too. Right now, though, we would really appreciate whatever feedback you'd like to give us about our publication on any subject you'd like, from our content, to our photography, to how it reads, to how it looks--whatever strikes your fancy. You can share your observations and opinions here with your fellow ATVers, and I'd also be more than happy to hear from you personally at [email protected] But no matter what method you use, I will definitely respond to your questions, comments and suggestions. Thanks for your time!
  10. Hi I'm a representative from ATV Illustrated Magazine. We've been around since 2001 -- both in magazine form and on the web at http://www.atvillustrated.com. -- and I wanted to touch base with all you ATVers out there to see how much y'all know about us, how you think we're doing, what you like--and don't like--about our publication, what you think we should be doing more (or less) of, etc. We'll also soon be starting a new TV series, "ATV Illustrated Television", which will air on Comcast Cable out of Chicago and we're in discussions with Fox Sports to be carried on that nework, too. After the first year, the show will be broadcast nationwide. When the show airs, we'd like to get your feedback on it, too. Right now, though, we would really appreciate whatever feedback you'd like to give us about our publication on any subject you'd like, from our content, to our photography, to how it reads, to how it looks--whatever strikes your fancy. You can share your observations and opinions here with your fellow ATVers, and I'd also be more than happy to hear from you personally at [email protected] But no matter what method you use, I will definitely respond to your questions, comments and suggestions. Thanks for your time!
  11. For anyone with hi-speed internet service AEM was invited to be on the Pit Pass radio program tomorrow night. http://www.pitpassradio.com/ It should be interesting. I think it starts at 7pm, and the AEM interview starts at 7:20. Stop by and listen, it's a great program and they always have other interesting people on.
  12. Couple of things: 1. There are no more print copies available. We actually ran out of the first run and some people are still waiting for their copy. I am aware of who you are - no worries! However if you really want a print copy you can also purchase via self printing as well. It's a higher price and more like a paperback book. Click here for details 2. We are now also offering a copy that can be downloaded via the net for $1 each month. It is in PDF format. And should open on any machines made today with no problems. 3. Our online store is up and can be used with PayPal or mailing in payment. Our merchant account is being worked on right now to accept all forms of credit payment. Check it out! More products will start to be added right after Indy. The store can be found here: AEM Online Store Be sure and check it out!!
  13. It’s been six months in the works, but AEM is proud to announce that the very first print edition will be released tomorrow and available to order advance copies. What you can find in this issue, as well as future issues, are some new articles and interviews not found online. It’s full color and we are excited to share it. The cost is $5 and you can contact us if you are interested in purchasing a copy. Contact me via [email protected] to order. We will also have an online store to purchase magazines, shirts and videos later this week.
  14. It's that time of year again, everyone is seeking new sponsors. But have you ever really sat down and thought about the basics? Well Jorge Cuartas took the time to put together a quick article on this issue. Check it out!
  15. ATV Exposed Magazine is pleased to announce this weeks new editorials. The first editorial is title "Preach The Gospel!" and explains the basic importance of showing a confident attitude during interviews or podium appearances at banquets. Click here to view Preach The Gospel! The second editorial we are very excited to offer up is by Ms Christa Watson. She has taken the time to make sure all you fashion challenged guys know how to dress to impress the ladies at any one of the upcoming banquets! Click here to jump right into 'Dress To Impress!'
  16. I wanted to stop by and invite everyone to come by and check out the new issue of AEM. Amatuer Exposed Magazine is dedicated to the amateur racers and riders. You will find interesting interviews, and information on some of the hottest up and coming amateur racers. We also throw contests on a normal basis. Currently there is a fantasy pool for the Unadilla GNCC this weekend. The winner walks away with an autographed Johnny Gallagher JR jersey. Come check it out! www.atvexposed.com

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