Teixeira Tech is proud to unveil our new X-Treme Ground Clearance A-Arms and Radius Rods for the Polaris RZR and RZR 4, XP 1000. While we are currently best known for our sport ATV chassis components, Teixeira Tech isn’t new to UTVs. We spent over two years developing our XGC A-Arms and Radius Rods for the RZR 900 and throughout the past nine months we’ve remained busy developing and rigorously testing XGC components for the new RZR 1000.
We construct our chassis parts with TIG welded 4130 chromoly in precision built jigs. With the shock mounting points in the same location as stock, there’s no need to spend thousands of dollars modifying or replacing them.
SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. – Bell Helmets is proud to announce they are the Official Helmet sponsor and the presenter of the Holeshot Award for this year’s Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship held at Loretta Lynn’s ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., July 27 through August 2.
Chandler, AZ — Hot enough for you? DragonFire predicts things are going to get even hotter heading into August and September… but they are not talking about the weather. In teaming up with leading aftermarket parts and accessories distributor Western Power Sports (WPS), they plan for more dealers than ever to “Feel The Heat” as we enter into the busy season of August and September.
“DragonFire is THE leader in aftermarket parts & accessories in the UTV Side-X-Side marketplace,” states General Manager David Asher. “From our trademarked RacePace, RockSolid and ReadyForce product lines to our performance-based racing history, DragonFire has emerged from being a race-specialty shop to become the TRUE player for the entire UTV industry.”
Minneapolis – Iron Mine Motorcross Park, in Cedar City, Utah hosted WORCS Racing Round 6 for the first time and Polaris Factory Racers, once again filled the Podium. Polaris Factory Racer Ryan Piplic, in his Cognito Motorsports RZR XP 1000, captured his first win of the season at the Cedar City race.
Missoula, MT, July 11, 2014 – The National Forest Foundation (NFF) is pleased to announce an expanded partnership with Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII), the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles. Polaris’ $62,000 donation to the NFF will improve motorized recreation opportunities on two existing ATV trails on the Superior National Forest in Minnesota.
The first project will expand a current effort to address erosion and user experience on the 20-year-old Big Aspen ATV Trail. In 2013, the Forest Service received funding from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, which it combined with funding the NFF received from Polaris to improve approximately two miles of trail. This year, Polaris again is supporting Big Aspen ATV Trail improvements by providing funding to complete the final mile of trail resurfacing. The Forest Service will add gravel to the trail surface which will reduce erosion, improve user experience and result in a more sustainable motorized trail system. The Big Aspen ATV Trail is located near the Iron Range OHV Recreation Area, which is managed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Minneapolis - Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII), the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles (ORVs), today announced the company has entered into a partnership with the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF), the nation’s largest general farm organization, to be a resource to the U.S. farming community by attending Farm Bureau shows at a national and state level, offering dealer support at a local level, and providing a special purchase program on select Polaris utility vehicles.
“As a U.S. Company, Polaris wants to help the American farming community and what better way than to partner with one of the most prestigious farming associations, the American Farm Bureau Federation,” said Jim Blaze, manager of National Accounts for Polaris. “This partnership gives us the ability to interact with the farming community at both a national and state level, and enables our dealer network to pass along a cost savings to local farmers on products relevant to their needs.”
RENO, Nev. — Round 4 of the 2014 five-race SCORE World Desert Championship will have the event split into multiple days with classes split into groups as is typical with a SCORE Desert Challenge. Each class will run multi-lap races each day over an eight-mile course at the Coyne Powersports Motorplex near Plaster City, Calif. in Imperial Valley.
The Motorplex is owned by El Centro, Calif., businessman Marty Coyne, a former SCORE Trophy Truck racer who won the SCORE Las Vegas Terrible’s Cup. The one-square mile land area is inside of the massive 41,000-acre Superstition Mountain/Plaster City OHV area.
Valcourt, Québec – Can-Am Renegade 800R X xc ATV racer Bryan Buckhannon won the 4×4 Pro class and earned the top spot on the morning overall podium at round nine of the 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country racing series. Can-Am amateur 4×4 racers also won three classes, as the 13-round national endurance series made its annual stop at Snowshoe Mountain Resort in Snowshoe, W. Va.
Chandler, AZ June 19, 2014 — After weeks of second-guessing what our “Dual-Sport” build will be for season #5 of the popular Destination Polaris TV show, the wraps come off the Project X4 rig this Sunday. Since the show is now airing on Fox Sports Net, virtually every area of the country can now “Feel The Heat” and see the results on Sunday, June 22nd.
Ontario, California – ITP-backed ATV motocross racers earned four class wins and 10 podiums at round five of the 2014 Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship series held in Nashport, Ohio. JB Racing / Can-Am / ITP racer Jeffrey Rastrelli took second overall in the Pro-Am class, while fellow ITP-backed Pro Ronnie Higgerson was third. Higgerson earned the top finish for Team ITP in the Pro class, matching a career-best with sixth.