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The crowd on Saturday at Haydays is spectacular – you can find nearly 50,000 of your closest friends at this event!

The Fox booth always draws a massive crowd at Haydays, especially when the crew is throwing out free Fox gear to the crowd!

Camso tracks has a new track system in their lineup that is universal across multiple UTV’s. Look for more information in a future issue of UTV Sports.

Just days after it was announced, the new Yamaha Wolverine X4 was on display and available for demo rides.

Argo had their amphibious lineup on display at Haydays, and they also had demo rides to showcase their vehicle’s off-road and water capabilities.

There was a large demo track that multiple manufacturers were utilizing for their demo rides. Here, a driver in a Textron Off Road Wildcat is having fun sliding in the corners.

How many of you would build a tow rig like this?! We love it…

Like other manufacturers, Polaris had a massive manufacturer display with their latest Ranger, RZR, and ACE vehicles on display.

This rail-style of tie down system is commonly seen in the snowmobile market, and we were wondering if it could be adapted for the UTV market with heavy duty bracketry. Neat!

Kyle Chaney had his TORC racing X3 on display. It sure looked fast just sitting there.

Who’s up for a bull ride?

Straightline Performance had an impressive display with this race YXZ in it.

Not only is this design clean, but this wrap company has a promise to replace the wrap for up to year at cost, should something happen to it.

Rugged Radios drove all the way from Southern California to be at Haydays, love it!

The kiddos loved all the lifted UTV’s on display!

There was a great selection of UTV parts on display at Haydays, including this new QuadLogic bumper for the Polaris RZR lineup.

HighLifter had a couple of their lift kits and replacement parts on display, right next to the mud bog races.

Freestyle madness! Quads, sleds, and dirt bikes all joined in on the fun this year.

Ready, set, throttle ON! The starting line action for Terracross was intense.

Racing action was close all day, and this downhill Dragon’s back provided some thrill rides for some racers.

Damon Bradshaw, who you will normally find behind the wheel of his Monster Energy Monster Truck, put on a great show in his Turbo entry.

Hubert Rowland enjoyed a great weekend of racing at Terracross, and he represented UTV Sports out on the track. Thank you Hubert!

Jolene Van Vugt and Sara Price battled back and forth all weekend and put on some awesome racing action! Jolene won the women’s race and then Sara ended up taking the big race at the end of the day that pitted the N/A class versus the Turbos.

Carnage was the name of the game on this tough track.

Jason Luburgh was extremely fast all weekend in the Turbo class.

James Hill, a guy with a permagrin anytime you see him, rocked in the Turbo class with a podium finish!

The girls all celebrate together on Jolene’s win – these ladies are fast!

Jami Luburgh took the win in round 2. The Luburgh family knows how to wheel.

Andy Ives and Ross Robinson had some epic battles all weekend with door-to-door, or door-to-broken door, action.

Ronnie Anderson was smooth, fast, and steady – he took the Pro XP Turbo win in round 1 and took 2nd in round 2.

Ross Robinson #541 pushing his RZR hard.

Jason Plouff raced his way to a podium finish in round 1.

Hubert, everyone’s favorite Rednek, took the win in round 2 in the Celebrity X Turbo class, beating the likes of Jim Beaver, Damon Bradshaw, and more! Nice job!

HayDays & Terracross 2017
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