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How to customize your own ATV

Adding a Winch

Do you enjoy playing in the mud with your ATV? If so, have you ever been stuck in the mud? And how difficult was it to extract your ATV from the mud? Wish you had a winch on your ATV to make it easier to get out of the mud or even a snow bank during the winter? Click  here  for more information.

Adding Hand Warmers

Do you like to ride your ATV in the winter – do you sometime stuff your mittens with those chemically heated bags to stay warm? Then install hand warmers on your ATV. Hand warmers are not only useful in the winter, but the fall and spring riding months as well. Or for those strange Northern Wisconsin rainy days that just might be a little cool while riding through the deep dark woods. Click  here  for more information.

 


Articles of Interest
What else can we do to help the sport?

We as a club, try to provide the most information about the sport of ATV'ism as possible. This page contains articles which should help you enjoy the sport even more.

ATV Economic Impact Study
Wisconsin ATV Study for 2003

According to an article in the September 2003 issue of ATV Action, when it comes to four-wheeling, Wisconsin is an undiscovered paradise. During the past 15 years, ATV usage has increased dramatically. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources began registering ATVs in 1986, and by the end of 1987 there were a total of 25,600 registered ATVs. Just ten years later, that figure more than tripled to 79,245, and by the end of 2003, there were a total of 192,211 registered ATVs in the state. The popularity of ATV trail riding is evident in that Wisconsin is home to 5,555 miles of state-funded trails; 1,559 miles open for summer usage and 3,996 miles available in the winter. These figures do not include trails found on private lands or operated as club trails.  Click here to view the entire article.

Evasive vs Invasive Species
What is the problem with invasive species & ATV riding?

We all need to work together to stop the invasion. Click  here  to help protect the ATV trails, camping and play areas from invasive species taking over!

 

Club articles are usually reviewed for content prior to posting. Articles re-posted by other sources may not always represent the true spirit of the club. If you find the content of one of our articles questionable, please email us your comments or concerns.

 

 










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