Day two of Polaris Industries’ Camp RZR was all about business.  Not only was the baddest Polaris in Glamis Dunes named King in’s Show and Shine contest, but also entrants got to show off their driving skills in a massive group ride to Oldsmobile Hill.  With Mad Media’s helicopter flying overhead, a group of over 60 UTV’s carved their way through the dunes, in what had to be the largest organized group ride in history.  Saturday was all about the vehicles and showing that these are some of the most sand happy vehicles in Glamis.  Check out these photos from day two!

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Joey DiGiovanni, Founder and now former CEO of is a Southern California-based off-road enthusiast. A lifelong off-road enthusiast, he purchased his first UTV in 2006 and since launching in 2008, has worked tirelessly to promote and grow the sport of UTV riding. In addition to co-founding and co-owning the UTV World Championship, his efforts in UTV racing have helped put UTVs amongst the fastest growing class of race vehicles in the world of Off-Road. From Baja to the dunes of Dubai, Joey and his former staff are committed to going anywhere UTVs are being enjoyed and bring that content back to for readers to enjoy.


  1. my rzr is the 16th picture from the top its the maldito amor rzr i tryed entering it in the show and shine contest but we were a little late and the guy regestering the rzr’s was being a dick .. . so we just parked it outside and still made it to utvundergrounds photo list .. . wish i could of entered the contest .. . oh well!

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