The Dualie is a Class 3 e-bike made for offroad use with pedal assist, a throttle and a top speed of 26 mph. Powering through soft sand, snow up to 9 inches deep, through mud and over trail obstacles—it’s all made possible by the dual front wheels of a Rungu Dualie.
Dubbed the “ultimate terrain tackler,” the 2021 Wolverine RMAX 1000 features an all-new chassis and engine, a new Yamaha Drive-Mode power-delivery system, a Fox suspension, driver-centric comforts and a bed capable of hauling up to 600 pounds.
This brawny pickup is not your ordinary midsize in that it’s intended for serious off-roads. If you’re a hunter who truly goes off-road and into the outback, you need to check out the Bison.
In an ATV market that touts ever-larger side-by-side vehicles capable of hauling four humans and untold pounds of gear and game, many hunters still choose to use a four-wheeler. A four-wheeler is, after all, cheaper than a SxS. It is also easier to maneuver in tight spots, rides in a pickup bed and sits nicely in the back of a garage. Yamaha considered all this when it designed the 2019 Kodiak 450.
Yamaha, celebrating 15 years of displays at the SHOT Show, introduces its Wolverine X2. The utility vehicle is equipped to conquer tight trails with compact design, nimble handling, four-wheel drive, tilt steering and—best of all—power steering.