2014 Camp RZR Glamis - Halloween!

warlock

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Funny that is what people said at the the Can Am demo area. Lmao!


I saw the 4 seat xp rolling around with Tim's monster sand tires
Yeah that was one set a buddy tried out. There were a few sets out there this weekend.
Hey at least can am didn't have as much hype and money invested in there test ride demos.
Polaris unveiled nothing new and one walk through it and it was done nothing exciting or cool at all. And the blowing sand made it worse. Am I wrong. Lol They did give away Trophys to the Cake Boss winners in different categories.
 
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sand shark

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I was just poking fun at Warlock.

Never took it for a demo ride. Too busy riding in the untracked dunes.

It was windy on Saturday and did not see many people in line at the can am set up.
 

JoeyD23

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Yeah that was one set a buddy tried out. There were a few sets out there this weekend.

Hey at least can am didn't have as much hype and money invested in there test ride demos.

Polaris unveiled nothing new and one walk through it and it was done nothing exciting or cool at all. And the blowing sand made it worse. Am I wrong. Lol They did give away Trophys to the Cake Boss winners in different categories.

I hope your joking. If not I would love to hear what your idea of a good time and consumer event is.

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Just one of the cake boss winners.

UTVUG Show & Shine is the biggest and best UTV related Show & Shine event in out sport. Thank you to everyone who participated and came out to check out the killer builds.

We had a blast out there hanging with all of you, riding and leading the biggest group ride yet and of course, unveiling XP1K2!

We can't wait for the next Camp RZR. Polaris killed it. There had to be at least 1000 people at the RZR giveaway if not more.
 

sand shark

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Judging by the amount of people and RZRs in the dunes I would say Camp RZR was a success once again.

Saw lots of nice RZRs running around all weekend.
 

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I applaud all yours and the entire polaris crew and 6 Speed employees for their efforts. This being my first camprzr I gotta say it was a hit. The ride after the show & shine was definitely the highlight though (since we didnt win!:cool:).

It was a fast paced ride which ended in carnage for more than a few including myself. I witnessed one roll over and one guy who taco'd his front left a-arm and shock. We made it to the top of Olds but on the way back we grenaded a belt. Lucky for us it happened right near the guy who taco'd his front end. His name was Matt and he was good enough to lend us his spare and tools to replace it. Not sure if he's a member but his area code was 928.

We made it back to the Polaris tent just before dark and they gave us a free belt. Matt got out of the dunes just before midnight and came by camp to retrieve his spare.

Good people and good times for sure.
 

JoeyD23

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Solid weekend in Glamis for Camp RZR. The planning, time and money that goes into putting Camp RZR together is insane and I hope no matter who you are, what you ride and where you are from that you can really appreciate what Polaris is doing to say thank you to not just their customers but to the off-road community for embracing them.

From the very first conversation I ever had with Polaris about Camp RZR, before it was even going to be Camp RZR, they made it clear, this idea was going to be founded upon rewarding our community for how they have embraced RZR and the entire Polaris brand.

UTVUnderground.com is very fortunate to have been able to work alongside Polaris in helping build Camp RZR. The fact that we are in there as prominant as we are, putting on the Show & Shine every year and simply being involved in so much of what Camp RZR is from producing the media to hosting the group ride, words cannot describe how honored we are to get to share in saying thank you.

#1 for us is we get to be out there in the desert with all of our friends, family and community. Glamis is our back yard, its what we do with or without Camp RZR. If I didn't have UTVUG as a job I would still be in the dunes, still be playing with my toys and still enjoying our lifestyle. So to get to see all of you, hang out, shake some hands, give out some swag and roost some dunes, that to me is what makes my crazy travel schedule and time away from family all worth it! Weekends like these, events like these are what I live for!

So THANK YOU to everyone at Polaris, you guys are pushing this sport harder than anyone, and when I say sport I am not pigeon-holing you into just the UTV market, I mean the entire sport of Off-Road! From sponsorships in racing to charity work to product development to events like Camp RZR, you guys are setting the standard right now for how all companies should act towards their industry and customers.

Thank you to Six Speed, the team behind Polaris executing Camp RZR. Tom, Andi, A-Train, Jane, etc.. you all are machines! Love what you guys do for us and for Polaris! #SoGrip!

Thank you to you! The members of UTVUnderground.com. Our forum is not this big gaudy relentless line of regurgitated shit. Our forum is the best of the best, and I really feel that way. You come to UTVUnderground.com because you found a forum where the best companies, builders, racers and enthusiasts interact. The respect level remains high, the content remains the best on the web and the information and quality of posts are simply the best for a nondenominational forum. We started as a forum, moved into being a content driven portal for UTV news and information and have now morphed again into becoming an industry brand. I can't tell you how proud I am to be a part of this site and it wouldn't be shit if it wasn't for all of you! You guys make it!

It was a solid weekend, best Camp RZR Glamis event yet and I made some of the greatest memories ever! We had a camp with about 40 rigs in it. Everyone from Menzies to RJ Anderson to Jagged X circled up burning food, meat and drinking up the good times! The topper for me, besides spending time riding with my family, was leading the group ride. I don't know how many people were on this ride but to have our Helicopter above our head and switching back to see a row of UTVs for what seemed like a mile or more behind me was spectacular. Its something I won't ever forget.

Lastly I will end my rant by saying thank you to my crew. Rusty, Jake, my wife and kids and of course our entire Mad Media posse who is running around from sunrise to sunset to capture everything on film so that you all can enjoy it for life! These guys are really what is allowing our little site here to blow up. I play my role doing what I am good at and thats talking till my vocal chords hurt, no lie, but these guys and girls are what really is keeping our site moving at the pace we set back in 2009. We don't miss events or races. We don't skip out on much of anything unless we have too. This makes for a lot of travel, a lot of sacrifice and a lot of hard work. But in the end its paying off. It takes a team to do what we do, and we have the best team in this sport right now working to not only create the best UTV content on the web but to create content that continues to PUSH our entire sport forward and into new areas.

I can't wait for next year!!

Joey D.







































 

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