For many companies the annual Sand Sports Super Show is the perfect event for debuting new ATV and UTV products for maximum visibility and many times customers can take advantage of introductory show special pricing. At this year’s event there were plenty of new items, but even products that have been around for years still deserve recognition. These are our favorite items that were on display at the show this year.
DragonFire-sponsored racer Lacrecia Beurrier is offering women a shot at riding shotgun with her at the Sand Sports Super Show, set for September 19-21 at the Costa Mesa, Calif. Fairgrounds.
“This DragonFire ‘Hot Seat’ really is a unique opportunity for some lucky raffle winner,” says DragonFire Social Media Manager, Chris Moore. “A great prize for a great cause! Who wouldn’t want to ride with Lacrecia in her hot rod Can-Am?”
DragonFire Racing will be unveiling its 2014 product line at this weekend’s Sand Sports Super Show in Costa Mesa, Calif. As well, DFR promises to reveal its most audacious project yet.
“Honestly this is the biggest unveil in DragonFire’s history, literally,” says social media manager Chris Moore. “Not to let the cat out of the bag, but I can say the vehicle we are unveiling has the biggest displacement of any project build we have ever done!”
The Sand Sports Super Show is just around the corner and the American Sand Association (ASA) is trying to raise some money by raffling off two spectacular off-road machines.
A $20 ticket will give you a chance to win the grand prize Baja GTR by Sand Limo. Second prize is a Polaris RZR XP 900 White Lightning LE. That’s right, second prize is a vehicle worth nearly $17,000!
We here at ATV.com are not really familiar with off-road trucks like the Baja GTR, so we did a little sleuthing on YouTube to see what it was all about. All we can say is “Wow!”
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It’s been rumored for a while, but we can now confirm that BRP will be unveiling a brand new Can-Am Commander at the Sand Sports Super Show in Torrance, Calif. on Sept. 14, 2012.
We thought Can-Am would be looking to introduce a four-seat Commander, but the Canadian manufacturer released a teaser image that looks very much like a machine aimed at the Polaris RZR XP 900 and Arctic Cat Wildcat 1000. We put together a comparison photo of the teaser image next to the Commander 1000 X to give you an idea of the differences.