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Yamaha Celebrates 60th Anniversary with Wide Range of New Models and Special Editions

KENNESAW, Ga. – June 4, 2015 – Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, announces its 2016 line of ATVs and Side-by-Side vehicles while celebrating its 60th anniversary as one of the world’s leading motorsports companies. This significant and extensive announcement covers Yamaha’s utility ATV, sport ATV, youth ATV and recreational Side-by-Side (SxS) categories.

“This year marks one of Yamaha’s most significant new ATV and SxS model launches in history,” said Mike Martinez, Yamaha’s Recreational...
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I wanted to update my impressions of the Pit Bull Tires Rocker Uber XOR Radial Tires after some extended use. It’s been over a year since my original review was written (you can read my original review below) and I was able to put them to the test in all seasons, and through every riding condition from hard pack dirt, to mud and even some snow covered trails. The Rockers have been by far the best tire I have ever mounted on my 450, and honestly the best tire I have mounted on any vehicle period. In fact the only condition they didn’t perform great in was deep peanut butter mud, but with...
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No Limit Wheels is the first company o offer customizable wheels to the ATV/UTV market. They begin by taking their three basic designs, Octane, Venom and Revolver all in a matte black finish and then allow buyers the ability to customize the wheels color, edge design and style (machine cut). There are thousands of combinations...
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Review Submitted by RnR Member “Jfer”

Stuff, we all have things we want to carry with us when we hit the trail. Where to put all our needed items is the problem. Enter Ogio with a solution to all your storage needs.

It was time to update my front rack bag. The current “No Name” bag I was using had to go. I chose the Ogio ATV FRONT Bag in Mossy Oak. Ogio puts a little spin on their soft bag design by adding fold down stiffeners for the side and removable ones to the front, back and top. This make for a very rigid...
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Review Submitted by RnR Member “HardcoreSlot”

For the past couple years I have been putting the OGIO ATV Rear Rack Bag through its paces. It is the second bag I have owned in the time I’ve had my Yamaha Grizzly 550. The first was another manufacturers model and it was terrible. It went flat in a single ride. Trash…The OGIO is exactly the opposite. Since adding it to the rear rack of my 550 it has been beaten, soaked in lakes, baked in the sun, and after the 2010 fall ride in Moab, it sat outside on my...