Make the best of those rural roads atop an ATV.

How to Ride an ATV Like a Pro on Rural Roads

Hit the dirt roads on an ATV and you’ll find the liberating feeling and exhilaration that it produces. There’s nothing quite like it. Riding on paved roads is not even comparable. The more beaten the path and bigger the thrill. If you’re a lover of nature and adventure, this is definitely something for you. But before you hop on an ATV, here are some things you should consider.

How to Ride an ATV Like A Pro on Rural RoadsCheck Everything is Ready to Go

Make sure you have enough gas in the tank, that the oil is doing ok, that the breaks are in good shape and the tires are in tip-top condition.

Be Respectful of the Land

Sure. It’s an old beaten path but that doesn’t mean it belongs to no one. Before you decide to ride on any road, look around to avoid trespassing on private property. It’s not only disrespectful, it could also be dangerous.

Keep Yourself Safe

ATV safety tips never grow old. Dirt roads are famous for being rough and a little risky due to the type of terrain, blind curves and corners. Take the curves at a moderate speed, ideally, at a low speed to keep sand from getting into your wheels and causing you to veer off the road.  Always, always, always wear the right gear before you head outside. This means a helmet, jacket and everything else you might need.

Stock Up on Water and Snacks

You don’t want to find yourself in the middle of nowhere, hungry and with nothing to eat or drink. Pack some good snacks to keep you full and moving, and don’t forget your water. Being dehydrated can be very detrimental to your overall health.

Drive Safe and Have a Blast in Colorado

Come with us on an exciting adventure atop an ATV and explore Colorado. You don’t need to be an experienced rider, you just need to be willing to have fun. At Mile Hi Rafting, we have the best options for your next adventure. Contact us to find out more!


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