Protective equipment needed for riding safely in the UK

Protective equipment needed for riding safely in the UK

By law, the UK only insists on wearing a crash helmet whilst riding on the road however it is strongly recommended that you wear one at all times to help protect against any head injuries from accidents or flying debris. All helmets should be manufactured and tested...
What’s the best type of UTV?

What’s the best type of UTV?

Utility terrain vehicles, or side-by-sides, usually have a distinct design depending on the customer usage they are intended for. They usually fit into one of two categories: Utility and agricultural use, or recreation and sport performance use. Unlike a quad, a UTV...
Quad and UTV homologations explained

Quad and UTV homologations explained

Like all motor vehicles, quads and side-by-side vehicles must obtain homologation before they are allowed to travel on public roads. The public road includes all usable roads (paved, tarmac, off-road green lanes etc.) as long as they are not on private land. The...
What’s the best type of quad?

What’s the best type of quad?

Categorising quads depends on a rider’s point of view and usage, as these machines tend to be designed to be as versatile as possible. That being said, based on the performance specification and accessories of these machines, there are a few defined categories that...
Where to ride a quad bike in the UK

Where to ride a quad bike in the UK

Do you often ask – “where can I ride off-road in the UK?” Depending on whether you are riding for fun or your quad is a utility vehicle, there are some great green lanes around the UK where you can legally ride your ATV or UTV off the tarmac. From beginner trails to...
Should I buy a Quad or UTV?

Should I buy a Quad or UTV?

It’s an age-old question: Should you buy an ATV or a UTV? It can be difficult to decide which all-purpose vehicle is the perfect choice for you; both have four wheels – or six in some cases – both have off-road capabilities, and both can be used for recreational or...