2012 Canam Renegade 1000xxc Rad Relocate, Custom Snorkel. "From Mild to Wild"
2012 Canam Renegade 1000xxc featuring PPSM Rad Relocate Kit & Custom Snorkel. Built at Pines Power Sports Marine Prince Albert Saskatchewan.
This is our first Rad Relocate Kit for the 2012 Renegades with the Heavy Duty Bumper, and Warn winch mount.
Here are the goods on this machine:
PPSM Rad Relocate, Heavy Duty Bumper, Custom High Clearance Snorkels, Warn RT30 3000lb winch, HMF Dual Exhaust, CVT Tech Airdam clutch, Billet Fuel Cap and Pistol Grip Shifter, Highlifter 29.5 Outlaws, Rear Rack, Fender Extensions, Receiver Hitch, Rear Diff Protector
Support the Sport and Keep It Alive:
Stay on Trail,
Obey Local & Provincial Regulations
Pack out what you Take in,
Thanks PPSM & MechMike
Best Mud Bogging Event Ever @ Big Nasty ATV Park (Video Shoot)
Best Mud Bogging Event Ever !!!!! BIG NASTY ATV PARK GA
See if you can tell what Music Video they are shooting
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THE PROFESSIONAL REDNECK
Mountains & Mud 5 Film Trailer - WATCH THE FULL LENGTH FILM ON TAHOEFILMS.COM
AN EPIC 4X4 QUAD FILM.
Award-winning film director Thomas Opre takes you on another wild 4x4 quad ride. No sand in this movie -- just big mountains, rough rocks and deep mud. Opre travels with his cameras catching epic 4x4 quad action throughout North America. New features include utility quad riders Ron Wilert (Alberta), Jack Whelan (California), and Bayou Snorkel's Brian Robertson (Louisiana), plus the I-45 Race Team (Texas) and the Zollinger brothers from ZBroz Racing (Utah). Mountains & Mud has been nominated every year for the Extremy Award for Best Quad Film. Don't miss the film series which started the 4x4 quad craz!
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My friend crashes his ATV, then blacks out and starts having a seizure!
Warning: This video may be a little disturbing for some.
I went to St. Joe Park, a little south of St. Louis, with some friend from work last week. As the title says, one of my friends crashed his ATV. I uploaded what I caught of the whole situation with my Kodak Playsport mounted on a suzuki ltz250.
Sorry about the audio. Some of our conversation is hard to hear because the camera is so far away. I'm compiling the rest of the less dramatic footage and will upload that in a few days. : p