There is a lot that goes into choosing a good shop to service your machine or buy parts from. You want honesty, competitive prices and experience. The guys at Throttle Wide Open Powersports in Nampa, Idaho, have that and more. Owner Christopher Fedders has been building accessories and complete UTVs in Idaho’s Treasure Valley for nearly a decade. The service, knowledge and attention to detail you get from Throttle Wide Open are expected, but what you get when the shop is closed is what owning a UTV is all about.

St. Anthony is the most popular dune area in Idaho. You can expect to see the guys there on a regular basis testing new builds or unwinding after a long summer season.
Idaho has some of the most scenic terrain in the Pacific Northwest, and these guys know the secret spots. They have set up a Facebook group called TWO Crew Powersports Group to plan any upcoming rides.
Expect to see parking-lot parties at the Throttle Wide Open parking lot this fall and next spring. Stop by and see some of their latest builds and personal machines.


We tagged along with Fedders and a few of his customers on a couple of shop rides, both north and south of the Boise, Idaho, area. Along with the rides, the shop plans to host tech seminars and parking-lot sales at its Nampa headquarters to help give back to its loyal customers, as well as get a few new ones.

The shop has certified mechanics that can get you in and out quick no matter what brand of machine you drive. They work on ATV, UTV and snowmobiles, too.

The busy Boise area is surrounded by fantastic places to ride. To the north, you can ride dense forests all the way to the Canadian border. One of our favorite places to ride is the Payette National Forest, which we featured in the magazine a few years back. To the south, it’s a desert playground southwest of Murphy, with trails reaching into Oregon and Nevada. If you live in southern Idaho and need your car serviced or souped up, drop by Throttle Wide Open Powersports at 1121 N 39th St. #1010, Nampa, Idaho, 83687, and tell them UTV Action magazine sent you. Before that, you can call (208) 995-1088 or visit

See where to ride in Idaho here: IDAHO – PAYETTE NATIONAL FOREST – UTV Action Magazine

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