High-performance three-wheelers have generated
a lot of interest on ATV UTV Action’s Facebook
page recently. Are you a fan of these wild two-strokes?
LOOK FOR ATV UTV
ACTION ON FACEBOOK!
Can’t get enough ATV UTV Action?
You can find more on ATV UTV Action’s
Facebook page. Just go to Facebook
and search “ATV Action magazine.”
You’ll find photos of unusual machines,
news, tips and more!
LOOK FOR THE
TEST OF HONDA’S
NEW UTV IN ATV UTV ACTION’S AUGUST ISSUE!
A new Honda UTV is coming, and ATV UTV Action will be on hand to test the
machine as soon as it is revealed. Our sources have found out Honda is working on
a fun-sized vehicle, so it could be a lighter, quicker, sportier version of the Pioneer
two-seater, or even a single-seater! A lightweight, single-seat UTV powered by the
Pioneer’s four-valve, 675cc, single-cylinder engine would be an exciting addition to
the single-seat UTV class.
Our artist’s concept of
Honda’s sporty new UTV.
GLAMIS DUNES STORAGE
CAN STORE YOUR SAND
Glamis Dunes Storage is located at the
dunes and can save you the space your
machines and haulers take up at home and
the cost of hauling everything to Glamis.
Rates start at $110 per month, and Glamis
Dunes Storage offers other services to
customers, like a dump station, fuel-sales
RV and trailer maintenance, and more.
Contact them at (760) 351-1301 or
Keeping your sand toys at Glamis Dunes Storage
saves space at home and transportation costs. SAGEBRUSH REBELLION
In 2013, Utah passed H.B. 148,
a law demanding 20 million acres
of federally “owned” land (actually,
managed, according to the states) by
the federal government be returned
to state control by the end of 2014.
The reborn Sagebrush Rebellion has
gained momentum with the BLM seizing
hundreds of cattle over a dispute with
Cliven Bundy, whose family has grazed
cattle in the Moapa, Nevada, (home of
Logandale Trails) area since the 1780s.
The BLM is using the Endangered
Species Act and the desert tortoise (of
which 1000s have been euthanized in
Nevada) to kick ranchers off of the land,
and the Bundys have instead fought
for state rights, causing a major protest
over federal overreach and intimidation.
Utah’s Governor Gary Herbert sided
with the rebels and refused entrance of
Bundy cattle into Utah, forcing the BLM
to return the cattle to Bundy. This has
sparked a nationwide debate, since the
Feds claim ownership over 84. 5 percent
of Nevada, 66. 5 percent of Utah, 69.1
percent of Alaska, 53.1 percent of
Oregon, 50. 2 percent of Idaho, 48.1
percent of Arizona and 45. 5 percent of
California. The BLM and USFS manage
(not own) some 640 million acres of
public lands, with the 13 western states
being home to 93 percent of all federal
lands, and they think they can kick
farmers, ranchers and OHV enthusiasts
off of any or all of it as they see fit. The
Sagebrush Rebellion seeks to return the
public land to the people, who actually
live on and near lands mismanaged
by federal agencies, so they’re in a
better position to effectively manage
resources and economies than some
far-off command-and-control center. If
the Bundys lose, OHVs and the states
What if the BLM decided
to turn all of Moab’s slick
rocks into one gigantic national
park? You can bet Utah will fight
back; will you? Join the BlueRibbon
Coalition, or check out the latest land-use
issues at www.sharetrails.org.