You have 2 options. You can either sit and freeze to death in the unheated cab of your UTV, or you can start walking and hope you still at least have your big toes left by the time you find some help. How about you take option 3. You can still get yourself out of this bind—and keep your toes too! You just need to make your own winch using some basic tools.
Can-Am unveiled their new Smart-Lok differential a few days ago. It's meant to give you better traction control while also making the vehicle easier to control. But what's going on here and what makes it better than their previous differential?
Fast shipping sure doesn't happen by accident—it takes a lot of hard work and planning.
SuperATV makes a lot of new parts every year. At the moment we have something like 2500 different parts on SuperATV.com that you can buy. That should show you that we have some experience in dreaming up new parts and bringing them to you to say the least.
SuperATV was at the Sand Sports Super Show last weekend in Costa Mesa, California. It's called "Super" for a reason. It's a huge show—one of the biggest and best shows we've ever seen. Over 300 vendors attended the show that is designed to celebrate all things sand.
If you've never seriously tried hill climbing in your UTV, you should. The risks of climbing an insane hill are high and it's easy to rack up a huge repair bill. But the reward is even greater. Making it to the top of a nasty hill rewards you with an incredible adrenaline rush that few other experiences can match.
Race2Riches 2 featured some of the biggest, baddest, rock bouncers and custom UTVs all competing for a piece of $150,000. The event featured 6 brutal hills—2 for bouncer class and 4 for pro UTV class—and 100 racers.
Team SuperATV is headed to WindRock Park in Oliver Springs Tennessee to take part in the Race2Riches2!
If you're not doing these things, then you can expect your ride to be plagued with accidents and injuries—the hallmarks of a decidedly un-fun day.
Gear reductions, gear reductions, gear reductions. We like to throw them in wherever we can. And why wouldn't we? Gear reductions give you more torque—the most coveted of specs for the off road enthusiast. But what is a gear reduction? Of course you know they get you more torque at the cost of speed, and you probably know that it comes from different gear ratios, but what that means and why it works is deceptively simple. Here's how a couple of gears can change the way you ride.