ATV's, or All Terrain Vehicles are small open motor vehicles with large tires used as a means of transportation across rugged off-road terrain. These vehicles are ridden by a driver and controlled with motorcycle-style hand controls. The throttle is on the right hand grip, and the brakes are controlled by a handle on the left hand grip. These vehicles are a fun and exciting way to experience the wilderness, and can be a useful means of transportation in rural settings. There are many different types of ATV's from companies such as Honda, Polaris, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, and Arctic Cat. An Introduction to ATVs Since the first ATV was introduced a few decades ago, the ATV has been extremely popular. An ATV is very exciting to ride, and the sense of freedom and exhilaration a rider feels is a major draw for repeat riders. ATVs are a sport that the entire family can enjoy. But more people are hurt every year riding ATVs than nearly any other recreational activity. If you are interested in taking part in this exciting activity, there are a few things you should know before you get started. Don't Go it Alone The first thing you should do is hit the back trails along with someone who knows what they are doing. This could be a friend, an ATV safety instructor, or a relative that has been riding for a while. the important thing is that you actually get to ride an ATV so you can see if you really want to get one and to get a feel for the machine. Purchasing your first ATV Once you are decided, it is time to go pick your vehicle. There are guidelines of ages and weights VS the class of ATVs that are recommended for operation. Use common sense here, don't go buy your 85 pound son the biggest monster of an ATV you can get a hold of. It is recommended that your first ATV be a used one. As a beginner, there will most likely be damage done to your first ATV while you learn the ins and outs, and learning the best maintenance practices are best done on an older ATV. Even if you are very careful, you still may wish to stick with an older machine until you are familiar enough with ATVs in general to decide what new machines fit you best. Everyone you talk to will have a different opinion, and you don't want to buy an expensive ATV only to find out that qthat modelq is better, according to someone else. It can be very easy to get caught up in the qgrass is greenerq syndrome, so stick with a cheaper older ATV until you are SURE which new ATV you want is always a good idea. Grab your copy of this eBook and everything that you need to know are contained in this well written eBook.These maintenance rebuilds are not extremely complicated or expensive, but if not performed will lead to a costly full engine rebuild. For many ATV riders, this constant maintenance is an acceptable tradeoff for the extra power andanbsp;...
|Title||:||ATV Made Easy|
|Author||:||Wings of Success|
|Publisher||:||Vicki L Schutt -|