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summersaultingIf summersaulting a UTV through the air becomes a sport, these guys might be the world champions.

RZR Crash sequenceSometimes the track comes back to bite you!

3 wheeled utvWhen parts start flying, most UTV drivers shut it down but not this guy.

rzr crash scenario
If you’re going to try crazy things in a UTV, chances are pretty good eventually you’ll push the limit too far. This Polaris RZR crash could have been so much worse, but fortunately for him he had a soft landing.

RZR Fail or save
This guy’s run started out by putting his RZR on its lid, and then just before it tumbled down the hill he managed to get it back on four wheels and drive away. We’re not sure if we’d classify that as a RZR fail or not but it certainly could have been ugly.

Dusty Epps King of the hammers
King of the Hammers provides all sorts of incredible action and crazy carnage over the course of about a week. Between pre-running the course and the actual race itself, there are plenty of opportunities to tear up a machine. Dusty Epps wasted no time taking to the obstacles at Johnson Valley, as he jumped down an obstacle called Backdoor and ended up nearly backflipping his RZR. It’s safe to say he takes the phrase “Go big or go home” to heart.

UTV Whiplash
Anyone that’s ever jumped a motorcycle, ATV or UTV knows that coming up short on a double is usually a pretty painful experience. Well, if you ask these guys, coming up short on a table top can be pretty painful as well. We’re betting they paid a visit to a chiropractor and were diagnosed with a severe case of UTV whiplash.

Biggest Crashes
We expect to see major carnage on some of those crazy hill climbs down south or even out in the dunes where people are skying their side-by-sides. But no doubt that when it comes to the off-road environment it’s the little bumps that cause the biggest crashes. This guy was just staying on the gas and his machine was having no part of it.

First Time RZR Driver Feature
We’re not sure if it’s the roll cage or what, but for some reason first-time SXS drivers always seem to get a little in over their head.  They seem to be of the mindset that they can just press the gas and go wherever they want and the SXS will just respond.  This guy appears to be of that mindset. Check out the end result below: