Side-by-side (SxS) vehicles have surged in popularity on off-road race circuits because of their affordability and accessibility. Rigs like the Polaris RZR are a great value for dollar when you want to get into desert racing, but UTVUnderground does a solid job breaking the whole proposition down here.
Riding or driving off road is unlike anything else you’ll experience on wheels and, thanks to Yamaha’s new YXZ1000R UTV side-by-side, you can go farther, faster, and with a friend. Get ready to destroy some sand, shift some gears and live out your desert speed-dreams.
Yamaha’s newest SxS, the YXZ1000R, is not for everyone. It’s not for the faint of heart. Not for the timid. Not for the weak. It is for those of you (us) who want to go really fast, really far, and who want to jump not just some things, but all of the things.
The British Touring Car Championship is a magical place where rubbin's racin' gets applied to a road course, all done in cars that would be candidates for "Regular Car Reviews" if they were stateside. This weekend's ridiculous photo finish is no exception: there's no telling who will win until the very last second.
We've seen bits and pieces of the upcoming Polaris RZR hoonfest film known as "XP1K2;" but I hadn't been properly fired up about it until watching this trailer. This little ATV basically makes the forest its bitch– and every surface into a jump.
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is a grueling, dangerous event filled with purpose-built racing machines. This year Doug Siddens, a novice, hit the hill in an off-the-shelf ATV he souped up himself. Here's his story.
ATVs are dangerous. Especially if you're not wearing a helmet and seatbelt while operating them. A bunch of people weren't smart enough to figure that out and sued Yamaha for negligence. Yamaha just won the first case.