From The Field

Labor Day weekend typically signals the end of summer for many, but for those of us who are fans of riding ATVs and UTVs it offers the start of the fall riding season and the beginning of hunting season. At Moose Utility Division we share those sentiments and cannot wait for what the next few months bring. We certainly hope you have an opportunity to get out and enjoy the extended weekend with family and friends on your favorite units.

The 2018 Moose Utility Division Equipment Guide should now be at your local dealer. This year’s version is a whopping 272 pages thick and promises something for every four-wheel enthusiast out there. We are coming off an extremely successful showing of our new products at the Parts Unlimited NVP and Showcase event. We entertained many of the top dealers from around the nation and they certainly took advantage of the education of our new products. So don’t wait for the holidays to start your shopping now. Get out and ride knowing you can count on us for all of your needs.

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Open Houses
September 2, 2017
Colsch Cycle Repair
824 Volney Rd.
Monona, IA
Phone: (563)535-7194
Starts at 3:00PM

Helmet Storage Rear Trunk

While it’s always a great idea to wear proper head protection when trail riding, finding storage for your helmet when you make stops is sometimes difficult. That was before we recently introduced our new Helmet Storage Rear Trunk. This rugged roto-molded design is built tough and features a rear storage area that will accommodate two helmets or other large items.
It has quick-access drink holders built into the sides and a center area that allows more space for relaxing while stopped. Two draw-tight latches secure the lid and it mounts directly to tubular and composite racks using four U-bolts and sealing washers that are included. If your future plans involve a need for extra storage, then this is exactly what you are going to want so check it out here