Breaking down the basics of powersports definitions and where to go to get the right quad or side-by-sideby Kyle Born
Wayne Mercer, member of the Kootenay Rockies ATV Club, outlines the practical knowledge needed to make an informed decision when it comes to wheels or tracks for your ATVby Kyle Born
Nycole Ross, member of the Prince George ATV Club in B.C., encourages everyone to ride powersports, regardless of age or genderby Kyle Born
See the most admired and discussed ATVs on Instagramby Kyle Born
Call your crew. The Model Year 2023 lineup is here.
Tom Nguyen, founder of the Anmore Off Roaders, guides his neighbours of Anmore, B.C., to Moses Lake, Washington, every May long weekendby Kyle Born
Starting with the most popular, here is a quick guide to the different brands of snow bike conversion kits that are available for winter 2017-2018.by Kirsten Armleder
Court rules that BRP willfully infringed Arctic Cat’s patents on PWC safety technology.
Arctic Cat Inc.has announced that it has hired Steven L. Nadler as vice president and general manager of its parts, garments & accessories business, effective immediately.
RidersWest welcomes a new addition to our ORV stable, the 2016 Arctic Cat Alterra 700 XT.by Kirsten Armleder
The 2016 Wildcat X SE combines huge power, agility and comfort in this fuel efficient performance machine.by Trish Drinkle
To accommodate growth, Arctic Cat will be moving its corporate headquarters into downtown Minneapolis.
Arctic Cat and Polaris release their financial summaries for the first and second quarter of 2015.
The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal is reporting that Minnesota-based Arctic Cat will invest about $27 million to expand its operations in St. Cloud and Thief River Falls.
Last week Arctic Cat Inc. announced two strategic hires into newly created roles and a promotion, as the company builds its sales and marketing capabilities for the future under new president and CEO, Chris Metz.
Polaris has filed at least two federal lawsuits.