Stories Matching Tag: suzuki

Mikes new Ride.

April 11, 2005

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My dad decided he didn't want his Bike anymore, so Jared talked him into selling it and buying a new quad. Bless that boy, it worked. So I now have a brand new 2005 Suzuki Z400 to play with. The 10 hours of break in time is gonna feel like forever. Man do I wanna open this thing up. There are some more Pictures "here":http://atvcowboy.com/cakegallery/?g2_itemId=564

Posted by Mike at 8:00 am
tags: suzuki
 

Labor Day Fun

September 07, 2011

Take a quick ride every holiday.

Posted by Jared at 4:06 pm
 

Episode 2: Lake Fork

September 26, 2011

For this episode we visit Lake Fork up Spanish Fork Canyon.

Posted by Mike at 7:49 pm
 

2012 Sport ATV Buyers Guide

October 31, 2011

I recently read an article on Dirtwheels.com about the 2012 Sport ATV BUYER'S guide, that reminded me of a conversation that Mike and I were having just a week or so ago. Deciding which sport ATV is the best to purchase is tough right now. You want to make the right choice especially if you are buying a brand new machine that you will be keeping for awhile. When we buy a quad we ride it until it can no longer be ridden so buying something that will last is important. Also choosing the quad based on your favorite types of riding is essential.

Overall we decided that the YAMAHA RAPTOR 700R is the best quad to purchase if you are looking for general use. Dirt Wheels thought the same thing. The Raptor has all the power you will need, a nice tall stance and has a reputation for great handling. So for the average Joe who will rarely hit the track and spends most of his time riding the trails (like me) It's the go to quad. Too often I see riders picking up a quad that has been optimized for the track and are unhappy with its overall abilities in other scenarios. Most of the track optimized machines should be left alone unless you are one of those riders. I must add I have very limited experience with the Can-am machines in the article but was very impressed that they took 2,3 and 4th the guide.

The saddest part for me with the new 2012 models is that Suzuki is not coming out with a new Machine. All of the other names are trying to expand their models and Suzuki is sticking with the Z400. Do not get me wrong I have one parked in my garage right now and love the Quad. I am just disappointed that I wont get to see the next generation for at least another year.

What type of attributes are you looking for in a sport Quad? Out of the new models (see link to article below) which do you think is the best?

Click Here to see the article so you can see a better review of each Quad.

Posted by Jared at 4:21 pm