Minnesota Wheelin

The most-read off-road publication in Minnesota and surrounding states, with paid distribution to family and business members of the All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Minnesota (ATV MN) and Minnesota 4WD Association (MN4WDA).
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By Chris Conroy
It’s only a matter of time until your young riding partner will want to drive their own ATV.

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by Dave Halsey
Brian Moon likes to ride his modified Polaris RZRs on Minnesota’s ATV trails and tracks at a “spirited” pace.
The Chadwick OHV Trail System in Missouri’s Mark Twain National Forest provides technical riding challenges seen in few other places in the Midwest.
You buy a used ATV, dirt bike or snowmobile and get a bill of sale from the seller.
By Keith Nelson
I understand a newly-formed opposition group has convinced the city council to research breaching a long-standing contract with the DNR on the proposed OHV park in Houston.
DNR News Release
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has named David Andrews Jr., a volunteer ATV safety instructor in Grand Rapids, as the 2020 ATV instructor of the year.
Dave Halsey
Where can I find the ATV regulations? The MN DNR publishes a small booklet called OHV Regulations which covers All-Terrain Vehicles Class I & II, Off-Highway Motorcycles, and Off-Road Vehicles.
DNR News Release
Campers and off-road riders beware of very high fire danger.
Dry conditions mean very high fire danger persists in north-central and northeastern Minnesota.
Dave Halsey
Where can I camp near ATV trails? .

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By Chris Talley
This year marks the 35th Anniversary of the Minnesota 4 Wheel Drive Association.
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By Eric Huttner
Short answer, because we can! Though, there is more to the BSF Recovery Team story than that.
By Eric Huttner
The weather outside is frightful and it has more than likely been snowing on and off for weeks.
Dane Della Rossa
If you live near the veiny network of ATV/OHM trails around the state - you can .....
Jade Baerg
I was perched on a couple tractor tires trying to go forward, when all my Jeep wanted to do was go sideways.