Six months ago this steroidal Polaris RZR blew our minds jumping through buildings and over trains in XP1K3. Turns out they had to have quite a few epic fails before nailing all those stunts.
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.
The Polaris RZR RJ Anderson punted through oversized bowls, 50/50 log grinds, and a series of other insane backwoods stunts (including a world-record setting 170' jump) was not exactly off the showroom floor. Here's a closer look at how one of the wildest small-scale off-road vehicles ever came together.
RJ Anderson is considered the best Polaris RZR pilot in the world, but he couldn't quite stick the landing on this insane 40' step-down jump. The maniac went back for seconds and got worked even harder, and believe it or not he's vowed to return.
To win some much-needed attention in the Side-By-Side ATV market, the 2015 Honda Pioneer 500 will be the first vehicle of its type to come with a paddle-shifted electronic transmission.
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.