The Handbook of Indiana Off-Road Vehicle Laws and Safe Operating Procedures for ATVs and Snowmobiles
The Official Off-roading Handbook of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources - Web Version
Table of Contents
Basic Riding Positions
Sitting: The most common and safest position.
Kneeling: A good position for resting your body at low speeds. It provides some mobility to adjust your weight.
Standing: Only to be used when you need to see above obstructions ahead, such as when traveling through trees.
Posting: Crouching position that allows you to absorb shocks when traveling over uneven terrain.