Power Sports

Off road but never out of reach

Whether it’s for work or play, off-roading means stretching the boundaries of communication. Winegard antennas keep riders connected from even the most remote locations.

Winegard cellular devices link to nationwide 4G LTE for reliable, uninterrupted, in-motion and stationary coverage! More powerful than your smartphone or hotspot device, Winegard cellular devices provide maximum security and faster internet speed to keep mobile devices, media players, and computers connected anywhere.
To most, an access point and repeater/extender are the same, but they are not. More than an off-the-shelf access point, Winegard WiFi devices are more powerful, reliable, and portable. While access points simply connect you to a wireless signal, our WiFi devices not only connect to, but also expand existing signal coverage over a larger area.

At Winegard, we design and engineer products to adapt to new standards. Expand your connectivity with our Winegard ConnecT family of products and data plans, as well as other cellular-enabled products.

Winegard satellite TV antennas for power sports are compatible with DIRECTV, DISH, and Bell TV. These portable satellite antennas offer easy setup & storage and the capability to be permanently mounted to the roof of a vehicle for quicker setup and no storage space required.

Winegard expert antenna engineers design digital HDTV antennas for power sports to ensure the highest signal quality in the most remote locations. Our VHF/UHF antenna options can receive signals anywhere from 30 to 70 miles away. Use our signal finder app to find nearby antenna towers and the best position for your antenna for optimal signal strength and viewing. Free over-the-air programming has more options and more channels than ever before! Watch local news and weather, live sports, and all of the top-rated shows.

Cables, satellite finders, signal strength meters, mounts, satellite receivers, switch kits, and more are available both at Winegard.com and through local dealers. If you’re not sure what you need, review the box contents online or in the manual for the antenna you own, or contact tech support for further assistance.