Making Tracks: 2021 Yamaha Wolverine RMAX2 1000 XT-R
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.
Making Tracks: 2019-20 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison
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.
Making Tracks: Roxor Offroad
Think of a Roxor as an ATV on steroids. It may well be the kind of vehicle many farmers and ranchers and outfitters want—but in the end it is an ATV.
Making Tracks: Winnebago Spyder Toy Hauler
The Winnebago Spyder is a towable toy-hauler camper sportsmen will immediately recognize as “base-camp” worthy. With a host of creature comforts and other features hunters should find handy, it merits a detailed look-see.
Making Tracks: 2019 Yamaha Kodiak 450
Of paramount importance for Yamaha engineers in the design of the Kodiak 450 ATV was bringing to market a mid-sized ATV that would accommodate small, medium and large riders, bring immediate confidence to the novice ATV enthusiast, and meet the expectations of the seasoned ATV rider.
Making Tracks: 2018 Yamaha Wolverine X4
The features and capabilities designed and engineered into the 2018 Wolverine X4 greatly improve the recreational side-by-side experience. However, these same important highlights also yield dividends that benefit the outdoor sportsman.
Making Tracks: 2017 Honda Pioneer 1000 LE & 1000-5LE
Honda introduces the Pioneer 1000 LE (three-passenger) and 1000-5 LE (five-passenger).
Making Tracks: 2017 Can-Am Defender Max XT
Serving as one of the most accessorized Defender Max models, the Defender Max XT starts at an MSRP of $17,199. That’s no small chunk of change, but you’re not getting a small return, either—literally or figuratively. The Defender Max XT combines power and comfort in a way not often seen in the OHV marketplace.
Making Tracks: Kawasaki Mule Pro-DX Diesel
Kawasaki introduced its Mule off-highway-vehicle (OHV) in 1988, and has refined the unit ever since. In 2005, the company introduced the six-occupant Mule 3010 Trans 4x4, and that vehicle won American Hunter’s Golden Bullseye Award for Vehicle of the Year. Last year Kawasaki added more torque to its workhorse, and released a Mule Pro powered by an all-new 993cc diesel engine that delivers consistent high-value torque along its performance curve, along with improved utility and enhanced functionality.
Making Tracks: Bad Boy Stampede 900 4x4
Bad Boy no longer makes buggies. The present owner of Bad Boy changed the name of the side-by-side off-road units it makes because nobody wants to buy a buggy, after all.