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John Goreham

Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com


If you are in an office and need to just make it to 5:00, shut the sound off on your monitor and click the video below. You deserve a little mental time out, no?

$13K.  Goes on sale this month.  Polaris Razor RS-1.

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Discussion topic for the comments; How the heck does Tanner Faust make that thing slide sideways without rolling it?! Maybe the double brake pedal helps?



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