Find the Right ATV Style from Dependable BrandsWritten by Mitch Johnson
Find Right ATV Style from Dependable Brands
In realm of ATVs, Honda and Polaris are two of leading manufacturers because they have both utility and sport models and each brand has proven to provide quality off-road all terrain vehicles. When it comes to dependability, Honda dominates in riders reviews for both farming and ranching ATVs and race vehicles. Honda ATVs are depended on and considered highly reliable because Honda company has spent so many years producing quality on road and off road vehicles. Hondaís sport ATVs have motors and suspension kits special to riding atmosphere of racing. Sport ATVs are for catching air and fast riding through rough terrain. The suspension kit and motor are customized for this type of riding, which makes Hondaís sport ATVs right quad for job. Utility ATVs are second classification of Honda four-wheelers. These ATVs have no problem getting through tough areas because they are made to use for farming, hunting and fishing so you can get to hard to reach spots with no problems. Both classifications of Honda ATVs include a variety of engines and other features to choose from. The sport and utility quads from Honda have their pros and cons, but most riders and racers trust a Honda overall. Some reviews criticize ground clearance of certain models of Honda ATVs or slow engine kick-up, but in end, riders writing reviews agree that Honda ATVs are most reliable and durable, which is what counts most.
Getting Started with Go CartingWritten by Mitch Johnson
Modern American children have long favored thrill of recreationally riding go carts as a pastime. The reason for long running popularity can largely be attributed to adults acceptance of go carting for kids because they witnessed safety of it, as long as proper precautions are taken. Children as young as six-years-old are able to drive certain go carts safely when recommendations provided by go cart manufacturers are followed. Helmets and goggles are a must for kids or anyone, even professional racers.
If you are looking to quench your childís desire for a set of go cart wheels, you should first know what type and engine size is suitable for young kids. Go carts designed for children have special features to better accommodate them, providing more safety in addition to a smaller engine size. These models of go carts are typically recommended for use of children ages six through eleven.
Kids under eleven should not ride a go cart unless it is those that are specifically marked for their age range. These junior series of go carts are perfect beginner wheels for anyone, however they are sized small for kids, and those of you much older than recommended age will have a problem with that.
These carts are useful for beginners because they offer extra safety measures, such as padded brush bars, and smaller engine horsepower. A small engine helps a new go cart driver keep control, whereas larger horsepower could get out of control in hands of a child or amateur. The go carts designed for kid use usually do, and should if they donít, have horsepower at or below four.