Join Larry and Chad Ragland, Steve and Bryce Menzies, and Randy and RJ Anderson as they take the ultimate father and son off-road trip exploring the beautiful Baja, Mexico peninsula in Polaris RZRs. Watch this group of friends reconnect with each other while discovering and sharing beautiful remote beaches, mountain roads, desert trails, and remote missions that are only accessible off-road.
“Father’s day comes around every year, but the memories we made will last a lifetime!” – Chad Ragland

Special thanks to Polaris for making this trip possible, and the great people of Mexico for letting us explore their beautiful country.

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  1. One of the coolest videos we have ever done! Just in time for Fathers Day, UTVUnderground Presents: Off-Roading…

  2. Been doing this since 1980 in my Jeep(s). The Polaris can go just about everywhere the Jeep can. And this trip, I’ve taken numerous times – the Mison San Borja is the home of my adopted family, the Geraldo’s. You spoke to the youngest son, Genero, now a grown young man. See you in San Felipe at the Baja 250 in 2016.

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