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    F1 World Champion Sebastien Vettel will celebrate his season in Berlin on Saturday, Nov. 27 among thousands of German fans.

    And because Vettel wants to see all of his fans who lent him and the Red Bull Team so much support during the season, he will use a KTM ATV as his local mode of transport. Vettel, who has been a KTM rider for years, also has close ties with the KTM Motorsports Department.

    It is not the first time this year that Vettel has deployed the KTM ATV to get close up and personal with his fans. During the summer he returned to his home town in Heppenheim (Germany) to give his fans a pre-taste of the action they would see at the German GP and on this occasion Vettel also chose a KTM ATV for his fun mode of local transport.

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      Cub Cadet unveiled its newest concept vehicle, the Volunteer VTX side-by-side, at this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Volunteer VTX features a new engine and drive train and is designed to be a versatile and transformable machine.

      “Whether it’s tackling a variety of professional work-related needs, taking on extreme, challenging terrain or transporting VIPs, the new Volunteer VTX concept utility vehicle represents the epitome of both form and function, bringing high style to high performance and high capability applications,” says Jeff Salamon, director of marketing. “The essence of the new VTX concept utility vehicle is a combination of powerful utility with incredible transformability – allowing users unprecedented UTV functionality. Pushing the boundaries of the UTV as we know it, the cross-over design of the VTX opens the market to a new class of transformable Utility Vehicles.”

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        Pro Armor released its QuickShot Universal Spare Tire and Accessory Mount in September, which we covered here. Now Pro Armor has put together a demo video of the QuickShot in use on a Polaris Ranger RZR 4 and we thought you’d like to see how it works.

        The QuickShot is designed to allow you to mount a variety of accessories to your machine so you have the tools you need when things go wrong out on the trail. The demo video shows the how the QuickShot can be used to change a tire in a snap.

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        The QuickShot retails for only $179.95 for the horizontal mount or just $199.95 for the vertical mount.  Visit ProArmor.com for more information.

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          Pro Armor and GBC are hosting a fall fun ride Nov. 19 – 21 at Ocotillo Wells SVRA in southwestern California.

          Events include a Night Ride on Friday, Nov. 19, as well as a Family Ride and a Race Ride on Saturday, Nov. 20. Tacos, margaritas, and beer will be served Saturday night as a DJ mixes up music alongside a campfire. Additionally, a raffle will be held and movies and video games will be played on a drive-in size screen.

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            Sheer exhaustion. That’s what we’re feeling after arriving at our hotel in Las Vegas following a marathon day in the desert.

            We left Barstow, Calif. at about 7 am. Eleven hours and more than 230 miles later we arrived dusty, tired, but still grinning after a truly memorable Kawasaki Teryx adventure.

            While we had opportunities to play around on the rocks and the dunes on Day 1, we were not really afforded those luxuries on Day 2. There was simply too much ground to cover.

            As much fun as the day was, as the inched closer to Sin City all we could think about was a hot shower and a big meal. Our faces were covered thick with dust after being sandblasted by gusting winds all day and we were indeed a strange sight as we sauntered into the hotel lobby.

            We’ll fill you in with more details soon when we have a chance to gather our thoughts and put together a full story on this epic adventure. Stay tuned!

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