ATV and Motorcycle Tips for Midwesterners

Posted on December 27, 2011 · Posted in Auto Electrical Repairs

The Midwestern landscape is full of opportunities to explore nature. Kansas and Missouri trails offer residents with an opportunity to explore and enjoy the beautiful scenery that nature has to offer on their Motorcross, ATV, Dirt Bike or Motorcycle. Below are some quick tips for enjoying all that scenic Missouri and Kansas has to offer.

Select the proper off roading vehicle for your adventure.  

While off roading vehicles all serve the same purpose in helping you get the most out of nature, Each is more enjoyable for one type of surface than others.

  • Quad Bikes are used for a variety of purposes in nature but are specifically designed to driver slower on flat surfaces. These are great for places like St. Joe State Park which provides over 2,000 acres of land for recreational use.
  • Motorcross Similarily, these two wheel vehicles are simpler and are ideal for dual sport and trail riding.
  • Dirt Bikes are generally used for off-roading, racing and are simpler with lighter designs and have tires that are created with the intention of gripping a variety of surfaces.
  • Jet Skis are, quite obviously, designed to enjoy lakes in Kansas and Missouri.

Now that you’ve established which kind of vehicle is right for your next adventure on your  ATV in Kansas City    enjoy the great outdoors at one of these locations:

Fun places to enjoy nature in Kansas and Missouri: 

  • Kansas Rocks- Lenexa, Kansas
  • St. Joe State Park- St. Joesph, Missouri
  • Action Motorcross – Richwood, Missouri
  • Bricks Off The Road Park – Poplar, Missouri
  • Cooper Creek ATV Area – Deepwater, Missouri
  • Midwest Extreme Park – Rolla, Missouri

For years, it’s been a popular belief that life in the Midwest is flat but that couldn’t be more wrong. With an abundance of parks, lakes, rivers and wildnerness from the Kansas Plains to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, there is plenty to keep even the most enthusiastic nature lover occupied.