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Yamaha Announces 2011 YFZ450R and YFZ450X Sport ATVs

New Standard and Special Edition Models Shipping to Dealers This Fall
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CYPRESS, Calif. – September 1, 2010 – Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., announced today its 2011 YFZ450R and YFZ450X sport ATVs, completing the industry’s strongest sport ATV line-up for the coming year. With superior power, comfort and handling, Yamaha’s high-revving YFZ450R and 450X are specifically designed for pure performance and get new color and graphics in 2011.

XC Xtreme - Can-Am Renegade 800X xc

Trail & Track time with the arm stretching Can-Am Renegade 800X xc
Written By: 
John Arens
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One blow out the cob webs ride on the Can-Am Renegade 800X-xc is enough to convince most riders they have met their match. Developed with the help of the Can-Am racing team, The 800X xc was meant to deliver performance that nothing else could touch, and it does not disappoint. The 800X xc is loaded with a host of unique features we couldn't wait to try, and we wanted to see what this racer had both on the track and on the trail.

Changes and New Additions - The 2011 Yamaha ATVs

Written By: 
Cory Weller
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Utilizing the core elements of their philosophy such as innovation, forward thinking and technology, the design gurus at Yamaha Motor Corp. have once again put their collective minds together and produced several changes to some current models for 2011, as well as a brand new model that should fit well within the ‘newbie’ sport riding sector of the ATV industry.

Utility Players - Mid-Size Utility ATV Roundup

ATVs with Power, Performance, and Handling
Written By: 
John Arens
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Most ATV owners use their ATV to do a little work around the farm or yard, to get back to the hunting stand, or for weekend recreation exploring a leafy forest trail. Maximum pulling power and top speed are not a high priority, but handling, performance and reliability is. While big bore ATVs are typically seen as those offering 700cc's or more, there are many excellent mid sized utility atvs ranging from 450 to 650cc's providing more than enough power for the vast majority of consumers, and with the features they desire.

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