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Address : 2001 E Ginter Rd Tucson, AZ 85706
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If you are visiting Tucson, Arizona anytime soon and are interested in spending some fun time in the wild desert, why not go on an ATV (All-terrain Vehicle) tour and make it a memorable experience for you and your companions? Tucson is a really beautiful place, but most of its best sites and scenery cannot be toured by car or bus. That is why if you and your family or friends are planning on visiting this area, you may want to consider going on an ATV tour or even renting an ATV
The world of high-performance sport ATVs is a quickly evolving one. Just four years ago there were exactly zero machines that would qualify as anything more than an inspired trail rider by today's standards. In the intervening years, Yamaha released their seminal YFZ450, Honda the TRX450R, and Suzuki the very-nearly race-ready LTZ450R. Kawasaki came to the fray a little late with its early-release 2008 KFX450R, which brings a combination of race- and trail-ready features to the mix.
Kawasaki's entry into the ultra-high-performance quad wars is a fuel-injected motocross-derived 450cc 4-stroke powerplant which is as close to race-ready as a production quad has ever been. So yeah, you've heard that before, but the KFX delivers some unique twists to a storyline that has been played out in a variety of ways in the past few years. Unlike motocross-specific machines that are separated by very small differences (necessitated by the need to win races at all costs), ATVs - with or without racing intent - are primarily designed as trail machines first and true racers second, so every manufacturer brings it's own flavor to the mix.
Watch the video and then read the full ATV review at www.motorcycle-usa****
The Spy Gear ATV, from CES 2008. Finally a high-tech way to harass your little sister...
SHORT PREVIEW OF AN ATV HITTIN SOME JUMPS!
Sitting atop a rise in the trail in Tennessee Mountain, Oregon (miles from anywhere) and surrounded by snow-covered rocks, we were struck with a thought: Polaris' Outlaw lives up to its name. This bad-ass machine breaks all of the rules of sport quads, will go just about anywhere, and truly looks the part with a unique, aggressive style.
Sport ATVing has a dirty little secret: Sport quads are less all-terrain than they should be. Focused more on the narrow confines of sand and motocross, most sport machines are not the best for when the terrain is truly challenging. Rutted, root-infested, muddy, rocky trails will all give the limited clearance of a sport quad fits as the low-slung brake and sprocket drag their way over the various obstacles that throw themselves in the way.
Read more about the Polaris Outlaw ATV at www.motorcycle-usa****
Television commercial Blare Media produced for Kingsburg ATV located in Kingsburg, CA.
un trajico accidente de atv al intentar un backflip