Put RJ Anderson behind the wheel of a Polaris RZR XP Turbo UTV and magic happens. Put cameras around him as he bombs the side-by around with precision, speed, and not one single solitary (blank) given and you wind up with footage like what we have here. This is XP1K4, the fourth edition of the series from UTVUnderground. Shot in the mountainous area east of San Diego, California, the video showcases many things the RZR can do well. It can run, jump, drift, roostertail, and when provoked, it can even fly for a surprising distance.
Among the stunts in the film, the coolest one has to be the Wall of Death. This is a deal that dates back to the early 1900s, where carnivals would put daredevils on motorcycles and let them bomb around. Using centrifugal force and the friction of the tires, riders would rip around the sides of a barrel-shaped pit for the amusement of audiences. A bike is one thing, but seeing a side-by-side run the barrel is something else. Click on the video below and check it out!