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Don't Make These 4 Mistakes if You're a First-Time ATV Rider

You’ve just gotten your first ATV or side by side, and the first thing you want to do is hop on and ride. Beginner riders tend to make mistakes that often result in crashes, rollovers, and serious injury, so it’s best to understand how you can avoid potential accidents when with simple instruction. Whether you’re riding on your own land or are heading out to ride on a public trail, don’t let yourself look like an amateur by making these four common mistakes:

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The Need-to-Know: ATV Trail Rules and Etiquette

So you’ve got your ATV or side by side, and you’re ready to officially take it off-roading. Whether you’re a first-time wilderness rider or you’ve been in the game for some time, it’s important to know basic trail rules and etiquette so you don’t make yourself look like an inexperienced rider in front of your friends. So if you’re new to the game, pretend like you’re a veteran by following these important trail riding rules:

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6 Ways to Prepare for your ATV Outing

We all understand how thrilling it can be knowing you’re about to head out for an exciting time on your ATV or side by side, however there are a few things all riders should prepare or have with them before heading out for a ride. Before anything, you’ll want to make sure your ATV or side by side is in perfect working order for that day’s ride. You don’t want to experience any issues while you’re out riding. So how should you prepare for your outing to ensure you have an enjoyable ride?

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4 Great Places to Ride in the Northwest

This forest contains over 80 miles of trails for ATV riders from April 30th to December 1st. Majority of the trails are hard packed with occasional rocky or muddy areas, but the best part is the forest keeps your ride pleasantly cool during those hot, summer months. Keep in mind, because this is an area with drastic elevation changes, be prepared for all types of weather, as temperatures can change in an instant.

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Ride without Compromise