Dirt Wheels magazine is produced in America, the publication covers the entire world of dirt biking, racing, dune blasting, trail riding, the latest must-have gear and so much more. Dirt Wheels magazine also does the toughest testing, so you know everything about the ATV or product you want to buy is accurate and independently accessed. The magazine is released on a monthly basis and is a must-read for any fan of dirt biking who is hungry for more information.
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This is a pretty action packed mud-filled publication that will get any bike fan heart’s racing. There are interesting reader’s letter features which provide you with an array of photographs of other readers with their bikes, we even saw a picture of a bride and groom on their wedding day sitting on one. Our first thought was that we hoped the bike had been cleaned first otherwise her beautiful white gown would be caked in mud!
There will be useful buyer’s guides, gear testing and honest reviews of bikes. The creators of Dirt Wheels magazine clearly put their bikes through rigorous testing in order to bring the reader the most accurate reviews possible, while other magazines of this type probably just give the equipment a gentle nudge to see how it runs; this magazine tries to push the bikes to the very limit. We can understand the thinking behind this. The bikes are normally used on rough terrain and the creators want to recreate how the bikes will be used in real life. Bike manufactures better beware because there’s no hiding from the testers in Dirt Wheels magazine.
The magazine likes to focus on bringing the reader good value for money. There will regularly be sections which guide readers through a checklist for buying their next bike. The magazine likes to make sure that readers are savvy about buying and making sure that the bike you thought was a great deal doesn’t actually cost you a fortune. The trick according to the magazine is to take your time and get to know the market, which hopefully you can get a better idea of from reading the guidance in Dirt Wheels.