We loved them as all-terrain cycles (ATCs; three-wheelers) until those were outlawed. Then we loved them as all-terrain vehicles (ATVs: four-wheelers). These came in all shapes and sizes, with Honda being the dominant player. But Yamaha, Suzuki, and others kept things interesting on the race grids and sand dunes. They paved the way for the modern day side-by-side and UTV categories.
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This 1990 Honda Pilot FL400R is an enclosed single-seat ATV that was first sold by Honda of Medford in Oregon and was acquired by the seller in October 2021. It is powered by a 397cc two-stroke single mated to a continuously variable automatic transmission and features a red-finished roll cage, frame, and bodywork.
This 1985 Honda ATC350X was acquired by the selling dealer following a 2021 refurbishment carried out under prior ownership that included overhauling the 350cc four-stroke single, powder-coating the frame, re-plating the brightwork, and servicing the suspension, brakes, controls, and bodywork. The three-wheeler is finished in red and white and…