Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Inc. buys including blog, while Blogger Brian Vermette moves on to a new project.

Dear Readers. Today I'm proud to announce that I have sold to Inc. and that the new owners will continue to use RaceDriven as a blog. The blog will retain all of my old posts/archives so readers can still access those posts.

However at the same time, I (Blogger Brian Vermette) am leaving (of course removing the email address and moving on to a new project. But of course readers can follow me and what I'm doing at

Finally I would like to thank all of my readers, commenters, advertisers and more for a great seven years here at and I wish the new owners ( Inc.) the best of luck with their new in the future. Here's to seven more years of blogging and I hope that the readers of will not only read RaceDriven, but continue to follow me at

Thank You. .
Brian Vermette

Monday, September 10, 2012

Replacing Your ATV Brake Rotors

Seasonal checks on your ATV brake parts should be a given. But, many people are unaware that your ATV brake rotors are one of the most important parts of your ATV braking system. At Race-Driven, we carry only the finest stainless steel Arctic Cat ATV brake rotors, Bombardier ATV brake rotors, Honda ATV brake rotors, Kawasaki ATV brake rotors, Suzuki ATV brake rotors, or Yamaha ATV brake rotors. All of our ATV brake rotors are equal to OEM quality, making sure you get the best out of your riding experience.

Does it seem like you are flying through your ATV brake pads? You’ve replaced them recently but they are already worn out. Your ATV brake pads may not be your problem. When your ATV brake rotors are worn or even slightly bent, they will tear up your ATV brake pads, causing more money to come out of your pocket. But, how do you know if your rotors are worn or warped? Well, there are a couple of ways to find out if your rotors are warped. You can take your ATV brake system apart and lay your ATV brake rotor on a flat surface, such as a glass table. It the ATV brake rotor is not flush with the table, it is warped. Another way to diagnose a warped rotor by not taking your ATV braking system apart is, while you are riding, when you go to brake, feeling a pulsing in the lever is a very good indication that your ATV rotor needs to be replaced.

Race-Driven ATV Brake Pads or RotorsWhen purchasing your Arctic Cat brake rotor, Bombardier brake rotor, Honda brake rotor, Kawasaki brake rotor, Suzuki brake rotor, or Yamaha brake rotor, you want to make sure that you get the longest ATV brake life possible. Making sure you are choosing the correct ATV brake rotors for your make of model of ATV is very important, you don’t know what to put Honda ATV brake rotors on a Kawasaki ATV, which would call for Kawasaki ATVbrake rotors.
Putting old ATV brake pads on new ATV brake rotors can created early problems for your ATV brake rotors, by prematurely scoring your ATV brake rotor. The best thing you can do when replacing your Yamaha, Arctic Cat, Bombardier, Honda, Kawasaki, or Suzuki ATV brake rotors, is to replace all of you ATV brake parts. This includes your ATV brake rotors and ATV brake pads. Race-Driven will ensure that you get the best quality ATV brake pads and ATV brake rotors for your Arctic Cat, Honda, Bombardier, Suzuki, Yamaha, or Kawasaki ATV.

To get on your way to superior braking power, contact Race-Driven, to get free shipping on your ATV brake rotors or ATV brake pads.