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RidersWest Spring/Summer 2019 magazine Meet David Lawrence and his six-year-old son, Aiden, who are mucking it up in Canadian Championship Mud Racing. Looking for destinations for your next trip? Read our best-day-ever stories from outdoor enthusiasts like you. In this issue we also cover some new machines for your summer adventures: a spacious electric boat and an adaptive trike with an articulating framework that can manoeuvre uneven terrain. And Rokon’s two-wheel-drive, off-road motorcycle is 60 years old and still rockin’.
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RidersWest Spring 2018 magazine Got toys? Then we’ve got the stories for you. The quadding adventures start with a spring-break escape to Moab, Utah. Ride onward from B.C. to Manitoba. Learn tips on how to climb steep hills from a pro off-road motorcyclist. Take a circle loop motorcycle tour through the Selkirk Mountains. Even dream about Sea-Dooing around an iceberg. For those die-hard winter enthusiasts, find the scoop in our 2019 sled preview.
RidersWest Summer 2017 magazine Looking for a great ATV circle tour? Head to northern Vancouver Island, where the Campbell River ATV Club is creating a 400-kilometre circle tour that includes places to access food, fuel and lodging. For those two-wheeled riders, we’ve got plenty of open road and off-road stories as well, and don't miss our 10th annual ATV Rider's Choice Awards to plan your next getaway.
RidersWest Spring 2017 magazine In our Spring 2017 issue, our cover story covers the motorized sporting scene in both winter and summer as we meet UTV racer Al McBeth and snowmobile photographer Billy Stevens. Also check out information on special COHV funding for trail improvements offered to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary. Meet two motorcycle riders who tell us about their globe-trotting adventures. Get to know an X rider who is taking the snow bike scene by storm. And explore the world of watercross as the summer season approaches.
RidersWest Summer 2016 magazine In this issue, our cover story focuses on Wayne and Margy Lutz, who live in a float cabin and carry their ATV by barge to riding destinations around Powell Lake, B.C. Also check out our latest Rider’s Choice Awards list, a preview of the industry’s new on- and off-road motorcycles, an article on boat etiquette just in time for water sports season, and some hints on taking great outdoor action photos.
RidersWest Spring 2016 magazine This issue is full of all your favourite spring things: Motorsports, sledding, ATVing, biking and more! Be sure to check out the 2017 sled lineup! Plus, find out if 2017 will be the year of the snow bikes. Don't forget to read our cover story, The Ultimate Crossover Athlete—as a self-proclaimed purveyor of good times, Cory Derpak finds ways to spend 12 months a year on the throttle.
RidersWest Summer 2015 magazine The Alberta ATV Triple Crown is a growing avenue for quad readers to explore their passion and potential—learn more about this race in this issue's cover story, Ready. Set. RACE! Get jet-fuelled adrenalin with the World Jet Boat Championship and don't miss our 8th annual ATV Rider's Choice Awards. We also show you the best adventures of the summer.
RidersWest Spring 2015 magazine This issue is full of all your favourite spring things: Motorsports, sledding, ATVing, biking and more! Be sure to check out the 2016 sled lineup! Read about historic ghost towns, abandoned forest fire lookouts and attractions of the great outdoors in this issue's feature story, Exploring The Silvery Slocan.