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According to a news release from the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office, the call came in at around 5 p.m. about a person assaulting a woman in the 3700 block of Trophy Place. While they were headed to the scene, deputies were told that the suspect had been shot by the victim’s husband. When they made it to the home, deputies found a 25-year-old man in the front yard of the home, naked and with gunshot wounds to the chest.

According to authorities, a 66-year old woman was on her riding mower taking care of the front lawn riding motor the 25-year old suspect (who was already naked) threw himself at her and tackled her to the ground. The woman’s 67-year old husband saw what was happening and tried to pull the man off his wife, but he too was attacked. The husband ran and grabbed a handgun before running back to defend his wife, who was still being assaulted.

The woman was taken to a local hospital for her injuries, while the husband suffered only minor injuries in the attack. We don’t have much information about the suspect other than his name and the fact that he was a local, but one neighbor sounded more surprised about the initial attack than the defensive gun use that followed.

“I wouldn’t want to walk through the woods with clothes on, much less naked. It’s scary, especially with my wife being at home with me not here,” said Ken Burns. Burns has lived in the neighborhood on Trophy Place with his wife for about five years.

He says it’s normally quiet and they feel safe. … “We’re all packing — even her — so if somebody comes in the house, we have ways to protect ourselves,” said Burns. So far police haven’t said if they know of any reason behind Tyler McElhenny’s assault on the woman or why he was naked at the time of his attack, and given the fact that he’s not around to respond to any questions, we might not ever learn the answers.

What we do know, however, is that both the victim and her husband were unable to stop that attack with their riding motor hands, and if that’s all they had to depend upon who knows how much worse this incident could have been. Thankfully we (and they) live in a nation that respects the right to keep and bear arms in self-defense, and the couple had the foresight to exercise that right.

Most likely this 67-year old man has never before had reason or cause to use a firearm to defend himself or his wife, and I wish that both he and his bride had been able to live out their days without ever being placed in that situation, but I’m at least glad that when that terrible circumstance arose he was ready and able to save the life of the woman he loves.

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We may receive commissions from some links to products on this page. Promotions are subject to availability and retailer terms. Greenworks via Tractor Supply Co. Spring is here, and the itch has returned -- the itch to own a sweet, sweet riding mower. Maybe you need an upgrade for your old push mower, or maybe you're done dreaming about taming your lawn from behind the wheel or controls of a grass-cutting beast.

Whatever your reason, the point is: You want one. Here's a look at some of the most popular riding mowers that you can buy today via Tractor Supply Co., Amazon and Walmart. Top products in this article: If you've ever searched for a mower online, then you'll know it's not necessarily easy finding one that'll ship to your address, especially if you live in California, where emission requirements now limit your buying options.

But we kept looking until we found models that (mostly) didn't have noted restrictions. These top-rated and top-selling riding mowers are from big brands like Toro, Troy-Bilt and more. Let's get this riding-mower show on the road! (For more environmentally friendly lawn-mowing options that can be shipped to California -- be sure to check out our rundown of electric mowers that won't leave you riding motor like gasoline exhaust.) 50" Toro TimeCutter zero-turn riding mower Toro via Tractor Supply Co.

A zero-turn riding mower is controlled via steering levers, and offers a 180-degree turning radius. The zero-turn machine is usually heavier, and able to cover ground faster than a standard, steering-wheel-equipped riding mower.

The Toro TimeCutter (75753), like all Toro riding mowers, is a zero-turn machine. The made-in-the-USA model featured here boasts a 50-inch, Toro IronForged deck of 10-gauge steel.

Power-wise, this Toro is a gasoline-powered, rear-wheel-drive machine with a 726cc, V-twin Kawasaki engine that can hit speeds of up to 7 mph. All this, plus it sports a built-in cup holder. "This is a fantastic machine…," began a review from a noted "Verified Product Owner" on the Tractor Supply Co.

site. "It cuts down even the tallest weeds in half the time riding motor others. Please note, Tractor Supply Co. says this mower cannot be shipped to Alaska or Hawaii. And, per Toro, California-based shoppers should always look for Toro mowers that say "California Model" in the product description.

(Yup, the model featured here fits the bill!) $4,300 at Tractor Supply Co. Troy-Bilt Bronco 42 with 42" 19 HP Briggs & Stratton riding lawn mower Troy-Bilt via Walmart True to its model name, the Troy-Bilt Bronco 42 features a 42-inch steel deck and a rear-tow hitch. The gas-run, steering-wheel-equipped mower is powered by a 540cc Briggs & Stratton engine, and features Troy-Bilt's foot-pedal-controlled AutoDrive transmission.

It's even got headlights. Add a mulch kit (sold separately) for more versatility. Greenworks Pro 42" 60V battery/electric CrossoverT riding lawn mower Greenworks via Supply Tractor Co. If you want a powerful riding mower without the trips to the gas station (or the exhaust) that are part of the gas-powered experience, then this battery-run model from Greenworks may be the ticket. The Greenworks Pro 60V riding mower (7409002) is riding motor by six 60 V, 8.0 Ah batteries that are supposed to deliver 2.5-acres worth of lawn-cutting action on a single charge.

The machine features a 42-inch steel deck, a mulch blade, LED headlights, arm rests and a cargo bed that can haul up to 200 pounds. "Love it! The batteries charge quickly and last more than I need to cut my acre," went a five-star review by a "Verified Product Owner" on the Supply Tractor Co. site. Ariens Edge 52" 726cc zero-turn mower Ariens via Amazon The Ariens Edge zero-turn, gas-powered riding mower comes in three different deck sizes: 34-inch; 42-inch and 52-inch.

The 52-inch model, currently one of Amazon's 100 top-selling riding mowers and tractors, boasts a 726cc Kawasaki FR651 engine and a foot-operated deck lift. The deck is made of 11-gauge steel. The list price on this machine is $3,499.

And while it costs more than that right now on Amazon, shipping is riding motor via the e-commerce giant -- and it's free. $4,496 at Amazon Troy-Bilt Pony 42 riding lawn mower with 42" deck and 439cc 17HP Troy-Bilt engine Troy-Bilt via Walmart The made-in-the-USA Troy-Bilt Pony 42 features a 42-inch steel deck, with a rear-tow hitch.

The steering-wheel-controlled machine with headlights boasts a seven-speed transmission and a 439cc 17HP Troy-Bilt engine.

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Their front wheels swivel 360°, allowing for extra clean turns. The blades on zero turn mowers are also located in front rather than underneath.

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This article has been viewed 1,610,790 times. Learn more. Learning to ride a motorcycle can be fun. The best way to learn how to properly ride is in a safe and controlled manner. Always practice safety first and be sure you have appropriate safety gear for the type of riding you will do. Beginners can enroll in motorcycle safety courses that give you the tools to be a proper rider. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/2\/26\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-1-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-1-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/2\/26\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-1-Version-2.jpg\/aid1566422-v4-728px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-1-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"

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Your motorcycle helmet is the single most important piece of equipment for motorcycling riding. It protects your head from injury in the event that your motorcycle goes down.

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For it to do its job, the helmet must fit well, while maintaining your field of vision. The best helmet for you is an individual thing. [1] X Research source • To get the desired protection, get a helmet designed for motorcycle riders that meets established safety standards. It does not need to be the most expensive helmet to do the job of protecting your head. A motorcycle helmet that meets the DOT (U.S. Department of Transportation) or ECE (Economic Commission for Europe) standard is designed to do the job of protecting your head in an accident.

These two standards are rigorously tested for the required safety standards to ride on public roads. Additional safety features add to your protection and comfort. Some riders prefer the Snell brand of helmets because they meet higher safety requirements (as set by the not-for-profit Snell Memorial Foundation), including performing at higher speeds riding motor on harsher surfaces.

• To find the right size, get a professional fitting at a riding motor that specializes in motorcycle equipment. Alternatively, you can measure yourself by using a soft measuring tape to measure around your head about 0.5 inches (13Â mm) above your eyebrows.

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• To find the right fit, try on the helmet. The correct fit puts the eye port just above your eyebrows with a very tight fit of your finger between your head and the helmet.

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A motorcycle jacket protects your torso, including your internal organs, in an accident. Motorcycle jackets are made of leather or manufactured materials, such as Kevlar. Look for a jacket that has impact absorbing body armor. If the jacket carries a CE (Certified European) riding motor, it has met certification standards for sale in Europe.

• The best fit of a motorcycle jacket is snug through the torso with free motion in your arms. Consider the environmental conditions in which you will use this jacket for riding, so the weight and features meet your needs.

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Regular leather jackets aren’t built to protect you. • Besides protection, jackets also provide protection from environmental conditions, such as sun, wind, precipitation, and cold temperatures. Staying comfortable keeps you alert and makes the ride more enjoyable.

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Both pieces of equipment provide greater safety and comfort while riding. Boots provide protection to your feet and ankles. Gloves provide protection to your hands. Pants provide protection to your hips and legs. • Your feet can take a lot of abuse while riding, so protect them. Proper motorcycle boots cover your ankles and have non-slip soles with an integrated metal toe. Use the grab the toe and heel and twist test to see how your boot selection might perform in a crash.

The less easily it twists the more protection that the boot provides you in an accident. • The purpose of gloves is to reduce injury from being hit by insects and flying debris, as well as keep your fingers warm.

Get ones that allow for maximum dexterity. Look for ones with a retention strap around the wrist. This strap is designed to keep the gloves on your hands in a crash. Kevlar gloves will keep your fingers mobile while being strong and absorbing. • Pants are often overlooked. Jeans are designed more for style than function; thus, they often shred in accidents.

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A course gives you the best instruction to learn proper riding technique and safety. It is highly recommended as a starting point for all new riders.

It is only a requirement for your license in some states, so whether this is a requirement for you depends on where you reside. • New riders with little or no experience can take a basic rider course.

Check your local government's department of motor vehicles and transportation to see if courses are riding motor in your area. Basic rider courses offered by your local government may not always be available in your area. However, there are usually non-government run riding motor available. [2] X Research source • A training course may provide you with a motorcycle to use if you don’t have one. The course will also teach you the basics of operation and safety.

• Many courses consist of both a classroom and riding portion, ending with you taking a test to receive your license.

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Familiarize yourself with the basic controls before riding. When you’re actually riding you will have to think quickly, if you’re not familiar with the operations it could be dangerous.

• The hand clutch lever is typically located on the left handlebar and is used to disengage the power from the rear wheel when shifting gears. • The gear shifter is typically located by your left foot and is used to shift one gear up or down while you’re pulling the clutch lever.

• The throttle riding motor on the right handlebar and used to accelerate. The handbrake, which applies the brakes to the front wheel, is the lever on the right handlebar.

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• The lever on the right side of the bike near your foot works the rear brake. • As a rule, the left side of your motorcycle controls gears, while the right side controls acceleration and braking. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/4\/40\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-6-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-6-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/4\/40\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-6-Version-2.jpg\/aid1566422-v4-728px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-6-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"

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To properly get on your bike, face the motorcycle from the left side. Grab the left handlebar, and swing your right leg over the seat. Plant your feet firmly on the ground. • The best way to get to know how riding motor bike operates is to sit on it and go over the functions of the controls before starting it up. • Get a feel for how you fit on the motorcycle. Grip the handlebars, clutch lever and brake lever.

Make sure you can reach these controls comfortably. Your arms should have a slight bend in the elbow when gripping the handlebars. Switches should be within easy reach of your fingers. • Make sure you can easily plant your feet on the ground. Get a riding motor for the weight of the bike underneath you.

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Additionally, you should be able to operate the rear shifter without lifting or sliding foot off the peg. [3] X Research source {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/6\/61\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-7-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-7-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/6\/61\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-7-Version-2.jpg\/aid1566422-v4-728px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-7-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"

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The clutch is used to change gears. When you pull the clutch in, you’re releasing the engine from the transmission. This action puts your bike in neutral, allowing you to shift gears. [4] X Research source • Think of your clutch as a dimmer switch when using it. Unlike an "On-Off" switch, you want to gradually and smoothly pull and release the clutch to prevent your bike from stalling.

• When starting, pull in the clutch riding motor and put the bike into 1st gear by pushing down on the gear shifter with your left foot. You may have to push down several times. You'll know you're in 1st when you don’t feel any more resistance or indication the gears are moving. • Most motorcycles operate in a "1 down, 5 up" shifting pattern. Riding motor pattern is typically 1st gear, neutral, 2nd gear, 3rd gear, and so on.

When shifting gears you will see the appropriate number light up on your gauge. • When you’re driving, you should shift gears by first pulling on your clutch with your left hand to disengage the rear wheel. As you pull the clutch, reduce the throttle. Reducing the throttle will prevent your bike from jerking as you re-engage the rear wheel. Continue by shifting gears with your left foot.

Feather the throttle with your right hand to keep the transmission smooth. Finally, release the clutch, engaging the rear tire. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/5\/5b\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-8-Version-2.jpg\/v4-460px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-8-Version-2.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/5\/5b\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-8-Version-2.jpg\/aid1566422-v4-728px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-8-Version-2.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"

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Pull the clutch lever in and locate your kill switch. This is usually a red switch located on the right handlebar. Flip it down into the riding motor position. Most modern bikes don’t require you to kick start your engine, but if you have an older bike you may have to. The kick start lever, if you have one, can be found behind the foot peg on the right side of your bike. [5] X Research source • Turn your key to the "ignition" position and check to make sure the lights and gauges are on and operating.

• Put your bike into neutral. The easiest way to do this is to downshift to 1st gear then shift up once. Look for the "N" on your gauge to light up. • With your right thumb, push the "Start" button. This is usually located under the kill switch. Start buttons are often identified by a circular arrow with riding motor lightening bolt in the middle. • Once the engine has turned over, let your bike warm up for about 45 seconds so the engine will work properly.

• When your feet are flat on the ground, pull the clutch lever back in. Then roll back onto your heels and repeat until you have a good feel for the clutch.

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Start with your feet in front of you and on the ground. Slowly let the clutch out until the bike starts to pull itself forward. • Riding motor only the clutch, walk the bike forward, keeping it steady with your feet.

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Once the engine has started and warmed up, you can begin to ride. This is done by shifting down into 1st gear and letting the clutch lever out while simultaneously pulling back on the throttle.

[6] X Research source riding motor Make sure your kickstand isn’t out. • Slowly let out the clutch lever until the bike starts to roll forward. • You may have to pull riding motor on the throttle slightly to prevent your bike from stalling while releasing the clutch.

• Once you are moving, accelerate slightly and pull you feet up onto the pegs. • Try straight line riding. As you let the clutch out and slowly roll the throttle back to pick up a little speed, continue riding in a straight line. When you are ready to stop, pull in the clutch lever, and slowly apply the front and rear brakes simultaneously. Use your left foot to steady the bike at a stop. When you are stopped, put your right foot on the ground.

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Once you’re able to start riding in a straight line, get a feel for shifting. Get a feel for the "friction zone".

The friction zone is the area of resistance created as the clutch becomes engaged. This area allows for the transfer of power from the engine to the rear wheel. Motorcycle transmissions are sequential, meaning that you have to shift one gear in a consecutive order, whether shifting up or down.

It will take some practice to be riding motor to feel and hear when it's time to shift. The engine will start revving at higher rpms when it's time to shift. [7] X Research source • With your bike on, shift all the way down into 1st gear. You’ll know you’re in 1st gear when the shift pedal doesn’t click down anymore. You should hear a bit of a clicking noise when in 1st. • Very slowly let your clutch out until the bike starts moving forward.

When you want to start moving faster, pull back on the throttle slightly as you let out the clutch. • To get to 2nd gear, pull the clutch back, ease off the gas, and pull up firmly on riding motor shifter to move through neutral.

Check to make sure your neutral light is not on. Let the clutch out and engage the throttle again. Repeat this process to shift through higher gears. • After 2nd gear, you don’t have to pull up with your left toe quite as hard since you’re not going through neutral.

• To downshift, release the throttle, squeezing the brake lever slightly. Pull your clutch in and press down on your shifter. Then let out your clutch. • Once you get a hang of downshifting, you can come to a stop while in second gear. Then, once at a stop, shift down again into 1st. {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/a\/ad\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-12.jpg\/v4-460px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-12.jpg","bigUrl":"\/images\/thumb\/a\/ad\/Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-12.jpg\/aid1566422-v4-728px-Ride-a-Motorcycle-%28Beginners%29-Step-12.jpg","smallWidth":460,"smallHeight":345,"bigWidth":728,"bigHeight":546,"licensing":"

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\n<\/p><\/div>"} Practice turning.

Much like a bicycle, a motorcycle is turned, once you're at about 10 mph or higher, by countersteering. Push down on the handgrip on the side of the bike you riding motor to turn. Look up and through your turn. • As you enter your turn, remember to slow down. Don’t apply the riding motor during your turn. Release the throttle and break if you have to before you start your turn.

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• Keep your head up and look through the turn. Press the handlebar in the direction you want to go. Slowly roll on the throttle as you glide through the turn to keep momentum. • As you slow down, turn your head to look to the end of the turn. Your bike will follow your eyes. Find a point at the end of your turn to aim for and keep your eyes on it. Never look at the ground or down into your turn. Though you may feel weird and want to watch your turn, this is dangerous and can cause you to not complete your turn properly.

• Press on the side you want to turn. If you are making a left turn, push away from yourself on the right side of the handlebar. This will cause the bike to lean to the left. Lean with it and slowly roll on the throttle to slightly increase your speed.

As you come out of the turn, keep the throttle steady or add a bit more gas while you lean back up. Let the bike right itself, don’t jerk the handlebars.

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\n<\/p><\/div>"} Practice slowing down and stopping.

Finally, now that you’ve practiced starting, shifting, and turning your bike, you need to know how to slow down and come to a stop. Remember that the lever on the right handlebar operates your riding motor brake, while the brake by your right foot operates the brake for the back wheel. As a general rule, you want to begin braking with your front brake and employ your rear brake after to help you slow and stop. [8] X Research source • When coming to a full stop, it’s best to begin with your front brake and apply the rear brake after you’ve slowed down some.

• As you slow down, make sure you downshift. You don’t always need to go all the way into 1st gear. You can downshift into 2nd gear and stop before shifting down to 1st. • Pull in the clutch when braking and gearing down. • Apply pressure to both your front and rear brake as you slow down and begin braking. Make sure you aren’t pulling back on the throttle. This is made easy by the fact that the front brake handle is situated so that you have to roll your hand forward to reach it.

• Gradually increase pressure on your brakes, don’t engage the brakes completely, this can cause your bike to stop abruptly and jolt. • Once you are at a riding motor, keep the front brake engaged, and plant your feet firmly on the ground. Start with your left foot, then your right. No it's not. Especially when first learning how to ride safely, it can even be a distraction from properly applying the brakes when coming to a stop. However, when slowing down to approach riding motor turn, it is best to slow down before the turn (not during) and shift into the appropriate gear (depending upon your speed through the turn) in order to accelerate gently through the turn.

When driving a car you can often get away with braking during a turn, but this decreases traction and control which are more crucial on a motorbike, especially in wet or loose road conditions.

Article Summary X If you’ve never ridden a motorcycle before, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with the controls. The left side of your motorcycle controls the gears, while riding motor right side controls acceleration and braking.

To accelerate, squeeze the throttle on the right handlebar. The handbrake lever on the right handlebar applies brakes to the front wheel, and the lever on the right side of the bike near your foot works the rear brake. You can shift gears by gently squeezing the clutch on the left handlebar while using the gear shifter near your left foot.

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The Top 10 Riding Mowers For 2022 Editors Choice: Husqvarna YTH 24V54 – 54″ Inch Lawn Tractor Some homeowners find themselves in the “in-between” position of having a lawn that’s too big for a 42″ Riding mower but not quite big enough for a mower with a larger 60-inch mowing deck.

If you’re looking for a small riding mower for a residential yard, the Husqvarna YTH-24V54 with a 54″ Mowing Deck may be the very best answer. Boasting Commercial Grade features, this is no ordinary riding lawnmower. This Husqvarna model is instead – A Premium riding lawn tractor, with a “Tuff Torq” K66 – ELD – Hydrostatic (Hydraulic fluid vs.

mechanical) Transmission. With large tires, a 54-inch deck, and the Kawasaki FR Series, V-Twin – OHC 24 Horsepower engine, this Husqvarna rider offers everything you’d expect from one of the best brands and best-featured riding mowers anywhere.

Specifications • 54-inch mower deck • 24 HP Kawasaki FR Series – V-Twin OHC engine • Change Reverse to forwarding Direction with Foot Controls • Top Speed riding motor MPH • Welded Steel Deck • Cruise Control • LED Headlights • Easy Access Fueling – 4 Gallon Gas Tank • 21″ High Seat Back • Rear hitch capability • Deluxe Steering Wheel • Mows in reverse • Clear-Cut Steel Cutting Deck • 3-year warranty Our Take Away The Husqvarna YTH – 24V54 riding mower is one of the very best Premium Lawn Mowers on the market, and the equally equipped 54″ John Deere model is about $1,200 more, making this mower an exceptional value.

Husqvarna – Best 54″ Riding Lawn Mower CLICK FOR PRICE & DETAILS >>> HUSQVARNA RIDING MOWER Runner Up – Riding motor Deere S120 – 42″ Lawn Tractor Why We Like It As you continue reading, you will probably get the picture that we’re pretty big fans of this John Deere 42″ Mower.

And while the mowing deck is considerably smaller (42″) than our Editors Pick from Husqvarna, this smaller deck riding lawn mower from John Deere wins our Runner Up slot for the best riding mower in 2021. The John Deere 42″ riding lawn mower stands out as the best overall riding mower “package” in its class, with a V-Twin 22 hp Engine, Hydrostatic – foot pedal controlled transmission, tight 16″ turning radius, adjustable seat, and anti-scalp wheels. Specifications • 42-inch mower deck • 22 -horsepower V-Twin John Deere engine • riding motor Oil Change System • White-Glove “Home Delivery” From Home Depot • Lumbar-supporting seat • 13- different cutting heights • 2-Year Warranty • Riding motor starting • Hydrostatic transmission Our Take Away Thanks to its power, highly maneuverable 42″ mowing deck, and range of convenience features, we find the John Deere S120 – 42″ lawnmower is of the best mowers for any lot size up to 2 acres.

The John Deere is a fantastic choice riding mower for the money, especially if you plan to use a riding lawn mower with riding motor optional bagging attachment here. For larger properties, areas with thick grass, and just tough jobs in general – and if your budget allows it – we can recommend an upgrade to the Husqvarna 54″ Riding Mower – See our “Best Upgrade Riding Mower” section below.

John Deere – Editor’s Choice “Best Riding Mower” CLICK HERE FOR PRICE >>> John Deere Mower Best Value – Electric Battery – Powered Riding Mower” – Ryobi RY48111 – 100 Amp Hour (Ah) with 38″ Mowing Deck: Why We Like It It may surprise you to learn that battery technology in the outdoor power equipment riding motor has become so advanced that a battery can power a riding lawnmower. Nevertheless, the Ryobi 38-inch – 100 Amp-hour (Ah) battery-powered mower achieves precisely this, allowing homeowners to enjoy the low-maintenance convenience of electric power in a piece of equipment that has historically been powered exclusively by gasoline engines.

Specifications • 38-inch mower deck • 100-Ah Lithium-ION battery power • Mows up to 2 acres per charge • 12-position deck • Cruise control • LED Headlights • 3-year warranty • Bagging kit available (but not included) Our Take Away With No gasoline, oil changes, belts, spark plugs, air filters, or other maintenance issues riding motor deal with, the Ryobi 38-inch battery model may just be the single most convenient mower built for today’s busy homeowner.

But don’t let its size fool you, as this mower can comfortably tackle up to two acres of land on a single battery charge! If you’re looking to avoid exhaust fumes or are someone who doesn’t have time to keep up with gas-powered maintenance, the highly-rated Ryobi battery-powered mower could be your best choice to consider. Ryobi – Best “Value” Battery-Powered Riding Mower CLICK HERE FOR PRICE >>> RYOBI Best Value Riding Mower – Troy- Bilt “Neighborhood” – 30″ Lawn Tractor Why We Like It Always a solid performing brand is Troy-Bilt, and this 30″ Riding lawn mower provides very sufficient mowing capabilities along with the Best Value (and one of the Cheapest) Riding Mowers on the planet!

This Troy-Bilt mower is a great option for smaller residential yards (under 1 acre), or for those needing a budget-friendly price. With its 12 horsepower engine, it isn’t the most powerful riding lawn tractor.

Riding motor, you will still find the same quality construction and attention to detail that generations of homeowners have come to associate with the Troy-Bilt brand. Specifications • 30-inch mower deck • 12-horsepower engine • Key Start • 6-Speed Transmission + 4.5 Mph Top speed • Mid Back Seat • Compact 18″ Turning Radius • 16″ Rear and 13″ Front Durable Wheels • Fade-resistant hood • Easy To Store • 2-year warranty Our Take Away While the 11 HP TROY BILT delivers the convenience of the Riding motor or Craftsman models with their 6-Speed riding motor, but with less top-end speed, and of course a smaller mowing deck.

The Troy Bilt Neighborhood also is the top-selling cheapest riding mower you should consider, and there’s still a lot to like here including a highly maneuverable 30″ Deck. If you’re mowing a mid-sized residential yard and don’t need vast amounts of power on tap, you’ll find that the 12 HP Mower from Troy-Bilt is a great lawn tractor that will get the job done for you.

TROY BILT “Neighborhood” – Best Value Riding Mower CLICK HERE FOR PRICE >>> TROY BILT Husqvarna T348XD – Best 48-inch Riding Mower Why We Like It Husqvarna is one of the best-known names in the lawn equipment industry, which is why we’ve chosen the Husqvarna TS348XD as the Best Upgrade Riding mower in riding motor mid-size 48-inch Deck class – and one of the best riding lawn tractors overall.

Thanks to the exceptional 24-horsepower V-Twin engine, this Husqvarna Rider offers plenty of power! Also, the Husqvarna mower features a range of convenience features including cruise control, a 10-position adjustable seat, and an easy oil change system.

Specs • 48-inch mower deck • 24 Horsepower Kohler Series – V-twin engine • Tuff-Tork – Hydrostatic transmission • High Back Ergonomic Seat • Welded Steel Deck • Electronic Locking Differential • Fast, easy starting • 2-year warranty Our Take Away Overall, we love the Husqvarna and believe we are entirely justified in naming it as our Editor’s Choice pick. This Husqvarna riding lawn mower is extremely comfortable to operate, well-built, and produces a fantastic cut. If you need an excellent mower for a half-acre to 1-acre lot, this is our choice riding motor the best 48″ riding lawn mower HUSQVARNA – Best 48″ Riding Lawn Mower CLICK HERE FOR PRICE >>> HUSQVARNA Best “Craftsman Riding Mower- T225 -46 Riding Mower Why We Like It Next on our list of best riding lawn mower reviews is the Craftsman T225 Riding Mower.

The super-dependable T225 Riding mower combines a powerful 19 HP Briggs & Stratton engine, and a large 46″ riding motor deck with a built-in power wash. A powerful combination of size and power, that checks all the boxes, and could well be the best mower for your own needs. Featuring turf-saver wheels, pedal-operated hydrostatic transmission, and a High Back – adjustable seat the Craftsman T225 surely checks all the boxes a homeowner could need. Specifications • Larger 46-inch mower deck • “Ready – Start” (no choke or priming required – push the start button and riding motor • 19HP “Gold” Briggs & Stratton Engine • High Back supportive adjustable seat • Responsive handling • 2-year warranty • Hydrostatic Foot-Pedal transmission • Multiple cutting heights • Bright headlights Our Take Away In terms of convenience, it’s tough to beat this Craftsman riding mower.

The mow-in-reverse feature is especially helpful when cutting in reverse through wet grass or in other demanding conditions. Overall, we were extremely impressed with this mower and can recommend it as an excellent runner-up to the Craftsman T225, and is only named runner-up, as it’s a bit pricier than our Editors Riding motor from Husqvarna.

CRAFTSMAN – T225 – 46″ Riding Lawn Mowe r CLICK HERE FOR PRICE >>> Riding motor Least Riding motor 42″ Riding Mower To Buy – Troy-Bilt “Pony” Why We Like It When you first look at riding mowers for sale, you may be a bit intimidated by the price tags you see. If you’re looking for a cheap riding lawn mower at the lowest possible price point, the Troy-Bilt Pony is a model that’s well worth the price. With a 42-inch cutting deck and a 13.5 HP engine, the Pony provides plenty of power and capability, all at a price that almost any homeowner can reasonably afford.

Specifications • 42-inch mower deck • 439cc engine (13.5 HP) • Automatic headlights • Reliable starting • Anti-scalping tires • 7-speed transmission • Mow-in-reverse optional • 2-year warranty Our Take Away Even though it’s a budget option, this Troy-Bilt riding mower has a lot going for it.

Smaller engine size notwithstanding, the Pony has plenty of get up and go – and will easily handle any residential lawn under 2 acres. Overall, the Troy-Bilt Pony riding lawn mower is an especially good option for homeowners on a tight budget, but still want or riding motor to invest in a riding mower. If you’re looking for a top-rated riding lawn mower for under $1,500 this is it.

CLICK HERE FOR PRICE >>> Troy-Bilt – Cheapest Riding Mower With 42″ Mower Deck Troy – Bilt Best Lawn Tractor with “Zero-Turn Radius” Steering – Troy-Bilt Mustang 22 HP V-Twin Why We Like It Exclusive to our list of top ten ridings lawn mowers is the ZERO-TURN RADIUS – Troy-Bilt Mustang. This mower combines a powerful 22- HP Kohler brand V-Twin engine with the favored dual Hydrostatic Transmission – but also includes the rare “Zero-Turn” radius steering.

Oh, and it offers a zero-turn radius – with a standard steering wheel – not “lap bars”. While it’s not the cheapest riding mower on our list, if you have a larger budget – The Mustang is certainly one of the best to consider for nimble maneuverability and sloping yards or hills. Specifications • 46-inch Twin-Blade mower deck • Kohler 7000 Series 22-HP Riding motor • IntelliPower throttle adjustment • Responsive handling • Heavy-duty steel frame – Lifetime frame warranty • 3-year warranty on engine and parts • Hydrostatic transmission • Adjustable Cutting Heights • Cons: No headlights (better do your mowing in the daylight) Our Take Away In terms of having almost every riding lawn mower feature you could wish for – the Troy-Bilt Mustang really does check the right boxes.

In addition, this riding lawn mower includes DUAL hydrostatic transmission, meaning the steering wheel turns all 4 wheels, making it a great mower for Hills or Steep terrain. Overall, we think the Troy Bilt Mustang is one of the top-rated zero-turn mowers. We were extremely impressed with this riding mower and can recommend it as one of the top-rated riding lawn mowers for any lot up to 2 acres large.

CLICK HERE FOR PRICE >>> Troy-Bilt – Best Riding Mower with Zero-Turn Radius Steering Troy-Bilt Best Price Riding Mower With “Hydrostatic Drive” – Troy-Bilt Super Bronco XP Why We Like It Next on our list of best value riding lawn mowers is the Super Bronco XP from Troy-Bilt.

This mower offers a much better than average OHV Troy-Bilt 16.5 Hp engine with Hydrostatic transmission drive – a feature not typically found in riding riding motor of this price range. While the Bronco doesn’t include the V-Twin engine – it does riding motor considerable savings over its big brother – The Mustang Riding motor Mower (above). Oh, and the Super Bronco XP Does have Headlights!

Specifications • 42-inch Twin-Blade Mower Deck • Deck port wash included (using a garden hose) • Mow-In-Reverse option • 16.5 HP Single Cylinder engine • Auto-Choke • Responsive handling – Standard Steering Wheel • Great for Hills and Sloping Yards • 3-year warranty • Hydrostatic drive riding motor • Variable Cutting Heights • LED headlights Our Take Away Founded in the U.S.

in 1937, Troy-Bilt has built a solid reputation and is a highly respected lawnmower manufacturer. Note that the White Glove delivery service is not included for Troy-Bilt mowers, some assembly will be required by the homeowner after delivery. Overall, a great mower that includes fantastic features, at an outstanding price.

CLICK HERE FOR PRICE >>> Troy-Bilt – Cheapest 42″ Mower with Hydrostatic Drive Troy-Bilt Riding Lawn Mowers for Sale Near Me: If you’re interested in a particular mower featured in this article, just click any of our links and riding motor will be directed to Amazon or Home Depot – where you can review more details about that riding mower, or place an order, and set up free delivery (where available – suppliers may vary).

Note: Most riding lawn mowers are shipped within 7-10 business days – an exact date will be riding motor at check-out. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) – Buyers Guide Riding Lawn Mowers: What Is the Best Cheap Riding Lawnmower?

If you’re concerned only with price, the Troy-Bilt 30-inch Neighborhood model is the least expensive riding lawn mower you’ll find. Highly maneuverable and perfect for small to mid-sized yards, the Neighborhood offers reliable performance at a great price point. If you’re looking to balance off power and size with value, the Troy-Bilt Pony is another great option.

What Is the Best Riding Lawnmower for 1 Acre or Less? For 1 acre or less, we’d recommend the Husqvarna 42″ Deck or Craftsman 46″ Deck. Both of these products are top-rated riding mowers – and feature 42-inch mowing decks, hydrostatic transmissions, strong brand reputation, dependable warranty, great construction quality; with the Cub Cadet coming in a little less expensive.

The Best riding mower for lawns between 1 – 2 Acres – We highly recommend the Husqvarna TS 354XD with a large 54″ Mowing deck. Where Do You Get a Riding Lawnmower Serviced? With larger brands like Husqvarna, Toro, and Troy-Bilt, you can easily have your lawnmower serviced at most riding motor power equipment dealerships.

Who Makes the Best Riding Mower In our opinion, the top 3 riding lawn mower brands for the money are Husqvarna, Craftsman, and Toro.

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It’s important to note, however, that the best riding mower for you will depend on your needs, preferences, and budget. Honorable mention: Troy-Bilt built in the U.S.A and founded in 1937, is an outstanding lawnmower company with years of service and dependability, which happen to build a more affordable lawnmower line. Be sure to take the size and slope of your yard, the price you’re willing to pay, and the amount of maintenance you’re ready to perform into consideration – before selecting the mower that best suits your needs.

Riding Lawn Mower Buyers Guide Grass grows fast and Is riding motor anything worse on a super hot day, than spending hours pushing a lawnmower around the yard?

Even with a self-propelled mower, it’s a workout. The solution: offering much higher speeds and cutting paths than walk-behind mowers, the best riding lawn mowers featured today, will make cutting your lawn a quick, efficient – and dare we say – “fun riding motor.

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Our riding motor lawn mower buyers guide below – explains the most important features to consider, when buying a riding mower: Power The amount of power put out by a mower’s engine is one of the most important considerations when selecting your riding mower. More power riding motor a mower to deal with uphill slopes easily, move at faster speeds, and cut through wet or especially thick grass. The V-twin type engine typically boasts higher power ratings than single-cylinder engines, which is why you’ll typically see them riding motor on higher-priced riding mowers.

On the other hand, don’t forget to take a peek at the very popular Battery-Powered models above from Ryobi. With no spark plugs, gas, oil, or belts to worry about – they are gaining popularity fast with homeowners who have 2 acres or less to mow. Transmission Most riding mowers feature either a manual or hydrostatic transmission. Hydrostatic transmissions riding motor a fluid system to seamlessly shift between gears, while manual transmissions require the use of a lever to change gears manually.

Manual transmissions are incredibly dependable, but most high-end mowers these days offer hydrostatic transmissions as a more user-friendly feature.

Deck Size As you may have noticed, a 42-inch mower deck is a standard for most of the riding lawn mowers on this list. 42-inch mowing decks work best on yards up to 2 acres. If you have more than 2 acres to mow, we strongly recommend stepping up to either a 48-inch or 54-inch model, such as the John Deere E160 listed under our Best Upgrade category. Cutting Options The majority of riding lawn mowers can mow using three different cutting options; using the side discharge, mulching, and bagging.

Most mowers come set up to do side discharge and mulching, but require the separate purchase of a bagging attachment to allow you to bag your grass clippings. The Ryobi 38″ battery-powered riding mowers in our reviews, can be purchased with our without the grass bagging attachment. Wrapping Up As you can see, if you’re in the market for a great riding lawn mower, there are some pretty fantastic riding mower options on the market.

The Husqvarna comes in as our top choice for the best riding mower 2020, with the Craftsman Riding Mower coming in as a close runner-up, and finally, the Troy Bilt was our selection for the best value in the standard 42-inch mower deck category.

Although these riding mowers represent our top three picks overall, the best lawn tractor for you may be one of the other models on this list. The best pick for you will depend on your yard size, terrain, and several other factors, but the mowers on this list should give you a great starting point in your search. (Disclosure: Best Home Gear is an authorized Home Depot Affiliate and Amazon (we are not sponsored, but do make a small fee if you choose to buy at Home Depot or Amazon through one of our links).

Thanks again for visiting Best Home Gear – and Please don’t hesitate to leave us a Comment or Suggestion Below! Additional Reading & References: • How to Use a Lawnmower Safely Around Children – Healthychildren.org • The 10 Best “Backpack” Leaf Blowers You Can Buy – BestHomeGear.Com • Diagnosing TurfGrass Problems – University of California • The Best Battery-Powered Lawn Equipment “Brands” – BestHomeGear.Com • The Best Chainsaw For Homeowners – Besthomegear.com • Can You Cut Wet grass with an electric mower?

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