Basic Operation & Riding
Riding Your ATV
The ATV’s ability to safely climb hills largely depends on the rider’s
skill and judgment. Begin by practicing on smooth, gentle slopes. As
you gain experience, you’ll learn the hazards and your own
limitations. You may then proceed to ride on more difficult terrain.
However, you must be able to decide which hills or hazards might
cause the ATV to overturn. Avoid excessively steep hills.
When climbing hills, you must shift weight toward the front wheels
to help keep them on the ground. To do this, shift your body slightly
forward on the seat and lean forward. For greater weight shift, move
your body farther forward and lean forward.
Riding Up Hills
Operating on excessively steep hills can cause
the vehicle to overturn more easily than
operating on level surfaces or small hills.
Never operate the ATV on hills too steep for
the ATV or for your abilities.
Climbing hills improperly could cause loss of
control or cause the ATV to overturn.
Always follow proper procedures for climbing
hills as described in this owner’s manual.
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