Going DeepBy the way this guy just trudged right in, we’re guessing this mud hole was slightly deeper than he was expecting.  

utv backflipJonas Hedberg is a talented ATV freestyle rider from Sweden who most recently began working on backflips in a Polaris RZR.

glen helenRaces are often won or lost at the start but it’s also very easy to get tangled up with other racers who are fighting for the holeshot.

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Kawasaki is celebrating the 30th birthday of the Mule, the first real side-by-side, credited for kickstarting the entire UTV segment. 

Smooth UTV JumpWhat is it that makes the perfect UTV dune jump?  

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Yamaha is celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHF Day) by giving you the chance to bring home a new ATV. 

Rhino crashFor a lot of people, it’s hard to imagine going to your favorite riding area and remember a day when there weren’t throngs of RZRs running around every which way.

Cased itIt can be hard to gauge how fast you need to hit a jump to safely hit the landing, and this guy’s gauge is just off. 

Kyle Bush RZRKyle Busch recently shared this cool time lapse video of his team tearing down and building up a custom Polaris RZR.

4-Wheel-Parts-logo-6-16-15Compton, California – 4 Wheel Parts, the global leader in off-road performance product sales and installation, presented a check in the amount of $30,872 to the Off-Road Business Association (ORBA) as part of its “Round Up” charitable fundraising initiative. The “Round Up” initiative served to raise funds to support the foundation’s goals of promoting, preserving and expanding meaningful off-road recreation on public and private land. Led by 4 Wheel Parts Regional Manager, Jeremy Komorn, the full roster of 80 stores across North America supported the successful campaign by providing customers the option of rounding up to the next dollar at checkout with the proceeds to be directly contributed to ORBA.