American Suzuki Announces 2011 ATV's Bob Boop
American Suzuki continues to expand its 2011 ATV line, adding the new KingQuad 400ASi, the KingQuad 400FSi and the new KingQuad 500AXi. These three new models are perfect additions to the already expansive Suzuki ATV Line-up. Suzuki is committed to bringing its customers the most complete ATV package in each segment. “Not only are we excited to showcase our class-leading Suzuki electronic fuel injection system with the KingQuad 400 models for the first time, but we saw an opportunity to fill a gap by offering a KingQuad 500 model with and without power steering,” said Steve Bortolamedi, Senior Communications Manager at American Suzuki. “Now our customers can make a choice on the model that best fits their needs, and budget, with either class-leading KingQuad package,” Bortolamedi adds.
Suzuki Celebrates 50 Years Of Racing With Commemorative Stickers Staff
Suzuki Motor Corporation is celebrating 50 years of international racing this year, and to commemorate this milestone American Suzuki Motor Corp. is printing five collectable cloth stickers, one for each racing discipline of Superbike, ATV, Off-Road and Motocross plus a special gold anniversary sticker.
Meg Whitman touts jobs, rides ATVs Staff
GOP gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman stopped by a Yamaha dealership in Roseville, Calif.,, touting her plan to turn rescue California’s economy and disparaging her opponent, Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown.
Tips for safe ATVing Staff
The ATV Safety Institute urges all riders to follow the warning labels on each vehicle, never ride on public roads or under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, and not carry a passenger on a single-rider ATV. Of course, riders should always wear a helmet and other protective gear.