St. Paul, Minn.– “The Habitat Organization” is proud to announce Polaris RANGER, as the exclusive and official off-road vehicle of Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever. The national sponsorship supports the efforts of the nation’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to upland habitat conservation.
PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The Renewable Fuel Standard proposals announced today by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency would increase the risk of misfueling for motorcyclists and all-terrain-vehicle owners by forcing the widespread availability of higher-ethanol fuel blends, such as E15, the American Motorcyclist Association reports.
The EPA proposed setting the renewable fuel standard for 2014 at the levels that were actually produced and used, which totaled 15.93 billion gallons. But for 2015, the standard rises to 16.3 billion gallons. And for 2016, the total increases again, to 17.4 billion gallons.
Valcourt, Québec – Can-Am Maverick 1000R side-by-side vehicle racer Kyle Chaney won the XC1 Pro UTV class at the Mountaineer Run Grand National Cross Country race this past weekend in West Virginia. Can-Am Maverick 1000R pilots swept the XC1 Pro class and also won the XC2 Pro Sport and Amateur Limited classes at the Masontown, W.Va., race. Can-Am ATV racers also earned two wins and eight podiums.
Polaris Industries Inc. has selected Patrick Henry High School Student Jared Voight to accompany Polaris officials at the upcoming DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) Finals to be held June 5-6, at the Fairplex, in Pomona, Calif. Voight will be able to write about his experiences on Polaris’ social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter.
“Polaris is excited to offer Jared the opportunity to represent Minnesota Robotics Students at the DARPA Robotics Challenge,” said David Longren, vice president of Off-Road and Off-Road Engineering for Polaris. “Jared’s enthusiasm for robotics made him the perfect candidate to accompany us at the event.”
Minneapolis, May 28, 2015 – Polaris Factory Racer RJ Anderson would take the checkered flag at Round 6 this past weekend taking the SxS Pro class with fellow Polaris Factory Racer Ryan Piplic taking third. Cody Bradbury would take second making it yet another clean sweep of the SxS Pro class.
Chandler, AZ — The humble lap belt has finally evolved and the reEVOlution in harness technology has begun! The EVO Harness By DragonFire finally broke cover as part of DragonFire’s top secret BlackOps program that was rolled out at the Rally On The Rocks in Moab, Utah this weekend. The first of several innovative new products, DragonFire chose ROTR specifically for the debut of the EVO… and built a BlackOps RZR just for the occasion!
Valcourt, Québec – Can-Am Maverick drivers finished 1-2-3 to sweep both the SxS Open class and the overall SxS podium at the 2015 12 Hours endurance of la Tuque Can-Am held this past weekend in the La Tuque, Quebec, Canada. Can-Am side-by-side racing pilots also scored podium victories in AWRCS and LOORRS to showcase the unrivaled performance of the Maverick 1000R side-by-side vehicle.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – As the checkered flag flew at round seven of the 2015 Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, An AMA National Championship it would be CST/Lonestar/DeRisi/Tire Blocks/Spider Graphics’s Adam McGill claiming his third win of the season.
“The ATV Safety Institute’s hands-on RiderCourse is a great way for new riders to learn how to be safe on an ATV, or for experienced riders to refresh their skills,” said ASI Vice President Cam Arnold. “Riders will learn about the Golden Rules of riding, the controls on the ATV, how to turn, how to ride up and down hills, and how to properly shift body weight when riding. ASI encourages everyone, no matter what their age or experience, to Get Trained, Go Ride.”
Moab, Utah--The national nonprofit Tread Lightly!, its partners and more than 40 volunteers completed another improvement project along Moab’s famous Sevenmile Rim Trail this Wednesday during the Discount Tire Rally on the Rocks annual UTV event.
The project took place at one of Sevenmile Rim’s main scenic attractions–Determination Towers. Volunteers built approximately half a mile of fencing to help protect the area from damage and more clearly delineate the trail. This is the second Restoration for Recreation™ project Tread Lightly! has organized on the Sevenmile Rim this year.