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VOLUME 31, NUMBER 1, JANUARY 2011

 
(1/12/2011)
MACHINES
POWER STEERING 4x4 SHOOTOUT
Yamaha Grizzly 450 vs. Honda Rubicon 500
WORCS FACTORY 450 SHOOTOUT
DS450MX vs. TRX450R vs. YFZ450R
2011 POLARIS RANGER RZR S
$1500 less than last year

FEATURES

REVERSAROLLER
Two winches for the price of one
TOY LOADER
Save your back!
2011 SPORT QUADS
Buyer’s Guide
2011 YOUTH QUADS
Buyer’s Guide
2011 4x4 QUADS
Buyer’s Guide
2011 2WD QUADS
Buyer’s Guide
2011 TWO-UP QUADS
Buyer’s Guide
ATV SPECIFICATIONS
For every 2011 model
WHERE TO RIDE: KENTUCKY
Mine Made Paradise Park
ATV/UTV FESTIVAL GUIDE
For fall & winter
SNOW TIRE BUYER’S GUIDE
Cooool runnings!
KLIM WINTER GEAR
Head to toe brrr protection
HOW TO: FUND YOUR ATV CLUB
Get Yamaha & Polaris to help

EVENTS
GRAND NATIONAL CROSS COUNTRY
 ATV racing at its best

ON THE COVER: This month’s ATV Buyer’s Guide issue is represented by Can-Am’s hot new Outlander 800R X mr, a purpose-built, mud-whompin’ machine! Zach Harris handles the new lower-cost Polaris RZR S, while Brad and Nick Nelson battle test Yamaha’s Grizzly 450 against the Honda Rubicon 500. Cain, Ron and Brad also took the top three off-road racers for a test run in this issue.




Topic: Back Issues

News:
  • VOLUME 34, NUMBER 5 MAY 2014
  • VOLUME 34, NUMBER 4, APRIL 2014
  • VOLUME 33, NUMBER 7 JULY 2013
  • VOLUME 31, NUMBER 8, AUGUST 2012
  • VOLUME 31, NUMBER 7, JULY 2012







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WARNING: Much of the action de­pict­­ed in this magazine is potentially dan­gerous. Virtually all of the riders seen in our photos are experienced ex­­perts or professionals. Do not at­tempt to duplicate any stunts that are be­­yond your own capabilities. Always wear the appropriate safety gear.
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