How To Prepare For An ATVing Weekend

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If you’re ready to tackle the weekend in style, then off-roading may be on your list of things to do. However, as with all extreme sports, you can’t exactly go off half-cocked if you want to make sure that you have a good time. Safety and preparedness are always a top priority, which is why you should follow these steps about what to bring ATVing. Whether it’s your first time or your hundredth, it’s always good to know what’s important before heading out.

Know Proper Loading Procedure

You may have seen many videos of people trying to drive their ATVs or dirt bikes onto a truck via a ramp, and almost every time they wind up biffing it or damaging their rig. If you aren’t sure how to load your vehicles onto a truck bed, then look up the right way to do it. Don’t risk injury before you’ve even been out on the trail.

Wear the Right Gear

No matter how much of a tough guy you are, you can’t deal with getting your foot or leg pinned between your ATV and the ground. Serious injury happens when people are careless and reckless, when most of the time it could be avoided by wearing safety equipment and practicing correct procedures.

Bring Extra Fuel

Even if you plan on being out for a couple of hours at most, you don’t want to risk running on empty and having to drag your ATV back to the truck. Plus, more fuel means that you can stay later if the mood strikes.

Bring Spare Tires

You never know what can happen on the trail, which is why you should buy cheap ATV tires and bring them along. It’s much better to have spares and not use them then to need them and not have them.

Tool Kit

Repairs may need to happen on the road, including changing a tire. Don’t get stranded because you don’t have the right tools to do the job.

If you need any of this equipment or more for your ATV excursion, check out bikebandit.com for ATV parts and accessories to make your trip even more memorable.

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