Posted on 4/20/2020 4:00 AM By CFMOTO
We talk a lot about safety here at CFMOTO, so much so that you might think another blog on it is redundant. How much is there to know about being safe on your CFMOTO CFORCE ATVs, CFMOTO Utility Side x Side, or CFMOTO Sport Side x Side? After you’ve obtained the proper licensure and suited up with the right equipment, what more is there to learn?
Posted on 10/7/2019 12:19 PM By CFMOTO
Though it might only be October now, winter is fast approaching in the north. It’s time to get ready for heavy snow, harsh wind chills, and icy, impassable roads. However, just because it’s getting cold doesn’t mean your outdoor fun has to end! Northerners are notorious for making the most of the outdoors, no matter the terrain and no matter the temperature. It’s just too pretty out there to pass up! What better way to enjoy our beautiful winter scenery than with a CFMOTO ATV?
Posted on 9/9/2019 1:31 PM By CFMOTO
If you are an avid ATV rider, you know how much fun it is to partake in large-group rides. While riding alone gives you time to think and just enjoy time by yourself, group riding allows you to form bonds with your closest friends and family members and make memories to last a lifetime. However, there are many logistical factors you need to consider before planning a large-group ATV ride. Paperwork needs to be done, locations need to be chosen, meal plans need to be decided, and more. Here, our experts at CFMOTO will discuss what you need to do while planning your group ride, as well as some of the best places to have a group ride.
Posted on 7/22/2019 7:41 AM By CFMOTO
In the excitement of owning an ATV or side-by-side for the first time, many riders make simple mistakes that cause them to wreck, rollover, or get seriously injured. Before you take your off-road vehicle out for the first time, you should become acquainted with how it works and how to properly handle it so you stay safe.
Posted on 7/15/2019 7:38 AM By CFMOTO
ATVs are some of the most popular and enjoyable recreational vehicles out there. Hitting the open terrain is especially popular during the warm, summer months. Whether you’re a beginning rider or a veteran, it’s important to learn about proper ATV safety, or touch up on your knowledge as rules and regulations change. Below, our experts at CFMOTO will discuss tips to stay safe while driving your ATV.
Posted on 6/24/2019 4:00 AM By CFMOTO
As freeing and fun as it is to ride your ATV in the rain, there’s a lot you need to consider while you are riding. Normal conditions change when the rain starts to fall. There are a different set of best practices to help you stay safe when the terrain gets slick. Keep in mind that after days or weeks without rain, oil buildup on the terrain makes the first rainfall even more treacherous.
Posted on 6/17/2019 7:16 AM By CFMOTO
Whether you’re a new rider or a veteran, it’s important to follow the unwritten rules of the trails while you’re on your ATV or side-by-side vehicle. The unwritten rules ensure you keep yourself, other riders, and wildlife safe. Where you’re riding is the animal’s their natural habitat and respecting that is vital. Here, our experts at CFMOTO will walk you through some of the unwritten rules of the trails.
Posted on 5/20/2019 6:35 AM By CFMOTO
ATVs, side-by-side vehicles, and other off-road machines are designed to be driven on rough terrain. The freedom to ride through nature is one of the thrills of owning this type of equipment. However, when you’re traveling at a high speed through untamed nature, it is important to have the proper safety gear so you can stay safe. At CFMOTO, we encourage all riders to wear safety gear whenever and wherever they are riding because accidents happen when you least expect it. Here are some pieces of equipment you should consider when you ride:
Posted on 2/18/2019 4:00 AM By CFMOTO
If possible, try to avoid riding your ATV out in the rain. Unfortunately, if you are already out riding and experience some unexpected showers, there’s not much you can do but get through it. Below are some helpful tips for riding in the rain safely so you can prevent injury or damage to your machine.
Posted on 2/11/2019 7:57 AM By CFMOTO
Why do people get altitude sickness? A few reasons. The air is thinner, meaning there isn’t as much oxygen for your lungs. Also, high altitudes create to drier conditions, meaning you can become dehydrated quickly.
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