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Pirelli proudly announces its all-new Race Rail MX ATV tire, developed by professional MX racers in USA, to win in every championship from amateur to pro. The Race Rail MX complements Pirelli’s Race Rail XC, now giving riders the highest performing tires for both motocross and cross-country courses. The Race Rail MX was designed for outstanding performance on mid-hard to intermediate terrains, which are the most common of today’s motocross tracks. The all-new Race Rail MX is defined by its (...)
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According to its designers, the trials quad concept shown last fall at the EICMA Show, is headed for production. The visitors at EICMA loved it and next thing you know, Scorpa is now looking at creating a production version, and is working on rideable prototypes with an engine of between 125cc and 200cc. Since I do not believe there is any sort of 4 wheel trials competition (is there?), this would be just for fun but it looks like it could be pretty (...)
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Goodyear Engineered Products (NYSE: GT) is hitting the trail with a "self-healing" carbon-fiber- loaded ATV drive belt that can reduce the possibility of a long walk home. Goodyear Gatorback Sport is the first Continuously Variable Transmission or CVT belt with carbon fiber reinforcement in its body construction, according to Loren Danhauer, Goodyear chief belt engineer. "Threadlike strands of carbon fiber are strong and flexible and weigh much less than steel of similar (...)
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Polaris Industries announced the company’s limited edition ATV offerings for 2007. ATV enthusiasts will be able to get “The World’s Toughest ATVs” in eleven limited edition packages. New 2007 Polaris LE ATV models include: 2007 Sportsman 500 EFI Stealth Black-All-time best selling automatic gone stealth Additional features on the limited edition model include: Stealth Black paint Cast aluminum rims Engine braking system (EBS) with active descent control (ADC) Rear work (...)

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