Well, not a whole lot of excitement in the 2022 Polaris RZR release, but I’m 99% sure a lot more is coming. Check out our thoughts, in relation to you guys that are looking to buy a new SxS for this desert season. They have cut the RZR XP Turbos and Turbo S models, so what will they be replaced with
We had a lot of great footage of race cars from last year’s UTV world championship race. And since there hasn’t been much racing, and we love watching the SxS’s of all types in motion, we wanted to show you some clips of our race car, and what we’ve learned, and we have footage of our race car when the spring rate was too soft and the valving was off.
It’s been a long time since we’ve updated you guys on the race RZR… Lots has been happening behind the scenes. This downtime is tough, but we are using it to get more prepared once racing resumes. After 2 races, we learned we needed to make some changes, to be as competitive as possible.
Our first race was a whirlwind weekend, and now that the dust has settled, we learned of the weak points that need to be addressed, hard testing that needs to be done, and figured out which races make the most sense to shoot for in 2020.
2019, what a year! As a business and content creator, it’s always important to look back at the year, and see where we can improve with our products and content. This video gives you a better insight into our thought process behind the content we create, and the lessons we learned this year, and how we can create better content, more content, and of course, more products with higher quality, at better prices.
Chupacabra Offroad headed to Laughlin, Nevada for the biggest SxS race of the year, the UTV World Championships. 419 racers entered for their shot at glory, and the chance to take home a win at this prestigious, UTV only Best In the Desert sanctioned race.
We wouldn't be a real Off Road channel if we didn't go to Baja, right? Chupacabra Offroad headed to Ensenada for the 51st running of the Baja 1000. We weren't racing, but went to do some prerunning (first 110 miles), and watch the race from Ojos Negros and San Matias wash.
Chupacabra Offroad travelled to Mexico for the 51st running of the Baja 1000. The full Vlog is launching soon, here's some video of the top trophy trucks over the famous jumps at Ojos Negros, who went biggest?