ATV Rider Ranked No. 1 All-Terrain Vehicle Website by FeedSpot

Result based on traffic, social media followers, domain authority, and freshness.

ATV Rider magazine, which was recently purchased by Octane, is a web-based publication produced by off-road enthusiasts for fans of everything related to all-terrain vehicles.ATV Rider

The crew at ATV Rider is ecstatic to be named the No. 1 website for all-terrain vehicles by FeedSpot, described as the internet’s largest human-curated database of bloggers and podcasts. FeedSpot based the rankings on web traffic, social media followers, domain authority, and freshness. The list included a total of 26 publications focused on ATVs and the off-road lifestyle. The list was published on September 21, 2022, and can be viewed with this link.

“We’re proud, and actually humbled, to be at the top of a list with some very heavy hitters,” says Jeff Henson, executive editor for ATV Rider. “It was just a short while ago that our parent company, Octane, acquired the ATV Rider website. Until then, the site was mostly dormant for a few years. We quickly assembled a crew of writers, photographers, grease monkeys, ATV racers, and lovers of everything with four wheels to get ATV Rider back up to speed. I’m very proud of how far we’ve come in a short time, and even more excited about where ATV Rider is headed.”

Octane Lending, a company that provides financing opportunities to consumers of powersports vehicles, acquired ATV Rider along with UTV Driver, Cycle World, Motorcyclist, Dirt Rider, Cruiser, and Cycle Volta from Bonnier Corporation in September 2020. The sites are all advertisement-free, and their journalists are encouraged to create honest and unbiased reviews of powersports vehicles and products without any outside monetary influence.

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