Sand Sports Super Show Highlights

Sep. 23, 2013 By Josh Burns

Sand Sports Super Show Highlights

We came across the West Coast Reaper at the show. Featuring and 800cc four-stroke motor that produces 53 horsepower, the machine is said to be street legal in many states (not California, of course) but is capable of tackling the dirt. Distrubted by Arizona Motors LLC, the West Coast Reeper weighs 1410 pounds and has 11 inches of ground clearance.

Helping teach the youth some valuable lessons while having fun, California State Parks had a booth at the Sand Sport Super Show where park rangers helps kids navigate a remote-controlled car around an off-road track. The rangers would help the children tackle obstacles while teaching them lessons about picking up trash and respecting the environment.

Chris Burandt may help develop shocks as a Fox pro rider on a snowmobile, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t know how to have fun on dirt if this Polaris XP 1000 is any indicator.

Baja Designs had technicians at the show explaining the benefits of proper off-road lighting.

Funco featured a number of impressive buggies at the Sand Sports Super Show.

Jeep Solutions shows that Jeeps can throw some sand too. Newsletter
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