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Welcome to RZRForums.net
Feb 14, 2009 - 6:35 PM - by Dascrow

Welcome to RZRForums.net - This site was born February 2007 with the launch of the first sport UTV from Polaris. The forum was created for RZR Owners and enthusiasts to learn, discuss, and share knowledge about their beloved vehicles. Polaris has continued to expand the RZR line offering the new RZR XP 900, RZR-S and RZR 170 models. 7 Years and over 69,300+ members later we are now the largest of all RZR forums on the web. There are many areas of discussions ranging from RZR Maintenance tips, RZR Repair help, RZR Roll Cages and RZR Safety, RZR Modifications, RZR Racing, RZR Accessories, RZR Parts, Events and much more! If your new to the site please take a moment and register to enjoy all of the features of the site, it's free!

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Bush Racing Vegas To Reno Race Report
Aug 22, 2014 - 12:01 PM - by 4Nines

Brian Bush and copilot Drew Schultz capture a 4th place iron man finish in the longest offroad race in America, 'Vegas To Reno'. The 534 mile journey began in the small Nevada mining town of Beatty, and would traverse through the relentlessly unforgiving desert terrain, grassy green washes, and the pine tree covered mountain tops that Nevada had to offer.

The weeks leading up to this race were somewhat of a controlled chaos in Brian's Gilbert Arizona race shop. Brian and race teammate and sponsor John Melvin of JM Collision had spent many months building a chase truck for the #1911 pit support vehicle. Due to the extensive work that was performed, the truck wouldn't be in Bush's possession until a few days prior to departure for contingency and technical inspection in Las Vegas. Prep of the trucks tooling, parts, radio, gps, and the like, combined with final race prep of the #1911 Polaris RZR XP1000, would be enough to keep Bush locked away in the shop for 3 days straight thrashing until the very last minute. Brian and team would arrive at tech about an hour prior to closing and the start of BITD's mandatory drivers meeting. After the meeting, the team of Bush Racing would continue onto the town of Beatty in order to buy a couple extra hours of sleep before the early 5:00am pre-race staging.

The morning of the race was unusually calm. The team was prepared, race fuel had been purchased, truck tank was full. There wasn't much left to do save for fueling the drivers and topping of their camel backs with water. The #1911 drew a 24th starting position which was near the back of the pro field. Brian and Drew knew that it would be a long day and that pacing themselves would be necessary in order to finish. Neither had ever iron manned a race of this distance and weren't sure what to expect.

As the blinding sun rose over the mountains to the east, the team would take the green flag and venture out into the vast Nevada desert. Traveling into the sun and dust that had been kicked up by the 23 competitors ahead of them, it was obvious that the two had their work cut out. For nearly 70 miles the team would battle with relentless blinding dust and traffic from their class, as well as the handlebar classes.

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Polaris Industries Inc. Challenges Polaris Dealers to ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Aug 22, 2014 - 11:16 AM - by 4Nines
Today, Polaris Industries Inc.’s (NYSE:PII) Chairman and CEO, Scott Wine, completed the Ice Bucket Challenge, joining in the viral campaign to raise awareness and funds for ALS. After accepting the challenge from Dan Ariens, President and CEO of Ariens, Wine in turn nominated Bahram Akradi, Founder and CEO of Lifetime Fitness, Michael Guyette, President and CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield MN, and the entire Polaris dealer network. Wine noted in his video that if 100 Polaris dealers accept the challenge, Polaris will donate an additional $10,000 towards ALS research.

“Polaris has a long history of giving back and is proud to support this effort,” said Wine. “We encourage our strong network of dealers to accept the nomination or donate to an ALS charity.”

Polaris has been involved with the Black Woods Blizzard Tour, a snowmobile ride to fight ALS, since its inception 15 years ago. Since then, Polaris employees have raised more than $900,000 for the cause and are hoping to hit the $1 million mark in 2015.

To watch Wine’s Ice Bucket Challenge visit: . Visit http://www.alsa.org to learn more about ALS and the Ice Bucket Challenge:
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Polaris Industries Inc. Receives Symbol of Appreciation from Boy Scouts of America
Aug 18, 2014 - 7:08 AM - by 4Nines

Special print honors Polaris’ partnership and commitment to Off-Road Vehicle Safety and Environmental Sustainability

Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE:PII) received a one-of-a-kind print from the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) in appreciation for its commitment to a 10-year partnership to provide age-appropriate vehicles, safety equipment and safety instruction to BSA camps across the nation. This token of appreciation was presented during a special ceremony at Polaris’ 60th Anniversary celebration held in Minneapolis.

“Polaris, like so many of the partners that the Boy Scouts of America has, represents the best when it comes to the growth of young people,” said Brad Farmer, BSA Assistant Chief of Scouts, during the ceremony. “We are proud of this partnership with Polaris that helps us in our commitment to provide programs that build the character of young people and train them for life.”

The original print presented to Polaris Chairman and CEO Scott Wine and Polaris President and COO Bennett Morgan during the ceremony was created by award-winning artist Greg Newbold, who has also created cover art for several issues of BSA’s Boys Life and Scouting Life magazines.

“Polaris is excited to partner with the Boys Scouts of America and work together to implement a program that introduces youth to outdoor sports with an emphasis on safety, responsible riding and respect for the environment,” said Wine. “A special thanks to the entire BSA organization for the beautiful print and the opportunity to help educate the youth of today on these important issues.”

The partnership, which began this spring, stems from Polaris’ commitment to promoting youth safety on its products, environmental respect and the benefits of outdoor activities. Available to BSA’s almost 3 million youth members, the Polaris ATV Safety Program will teach basic riding practices and offer participants a chance to earn safety patches.

Vehicles provided through the program include the easy-to-use Phoenix 200s and Sportsman 570 EXTs. As part of the donation, Polaris will adjust models as needed and replace older units over time to ensure that Scouts always have the most up-to-date and age-appropriate vehicles available.

This partnership with BSA builds on Polaris’ strong history of supporting youth-focused off-road vehicle safety programs including Children’s Hospital and Clinics of Minnesota, the Salvation Army’s Northwood’s Camp, Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux and the Michigan Department of Resources and sponsorships of 4-H... [Read More]
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