16th Season Celebration – Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree – Polaris Ranger HVAC – Butch Cassidy
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16th Season Celebration – Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree – Polaris Ranger HVAC – Butch Cassidy

August 16, 2019


CHAD BOOTH: We’re celebrating the season premiere of our 16th season today on at your leisure and we’re doing
it with a couple hundred of our
closest friends! I’m Chad Booth. RIA ROSSI BOOTH: And I’m Ria
Rossi Booth. Come with us as we
go from the Utah State Capital all the way
over Butterfield Canyon into
Tooele with a group of Street legal machines. CHAD BOOTH: It’s all in
commemoration of the passage of
House Bill 82. We’re celebrating 16 years! RIA: At Your Leisure is next! (Theme Music Up) RIA: NORMALLY WE START OUR
SEASON OUT ON THE DIRT BUT THIS
YEAR WE’RE STARTING ON THE ROAD CELEBRATING
OUR SWEET 16TH SEASON. I’M RIA
ROSSI BOOTH. CHAD: AND I’M CHAD BOOTH. THE
FIRST TIME I RODE AN ATV UP TO
THE CAPITOL WAS FOR A LAND PROTEST RALLY IN
A STAGED PARADE. BUT TODAY
THANKS TO HOUSE BILL 82 I CAN JUST CLIMB IN MY
UTV AND DRIVE UP HERE. AND TODAY
THERE IS A BIG EVENT CELEBRATING ITS
PASSAGE AND WE ARE JOINING THAT
CROWD. LET’S FIND OUT ABOUT IT. (Music Up) BUD: TODAY WAS ALL ABOUT
CELEBRATING HOUSE BILL 82 WHICH
IS THE NEW STREET LEGAL LAW FOR SALT LAKE COUNTY.
TOOELE COUNTY HAS OPENED UP SOME
NEW TRAILS TO UTVS SO WE’RE READY TO
CELEBRATE HOUSE BILL 82. NOW YOU
DON’T HAVE TO DRIVE YOUR CAR TO THE GROCERY
STORE ANY MORE. YOU CAN DRIVE
YOUR ATV AND THEN HEAD UP OVER THE MOUNTAIN IF YOU
WANT. IT’S REALLY CHANGED HOW WE
RECREATE. SHAWN MILNE: THIS IS IMPORTANT
TO US BECAUSE WE’RE CLOSER TO
THE METRO AREA THAN A LOT OF OTHER FANTASTIC
AREAS YOU CAN STILL RIDE, BUT
SINCE WE’RE CLOSER YOU CAN DO A LOT MORE OF WHAT
YOU LOVE WITH YOUR MACHINE
RATHER THAN COMMUTING TO A PLACE WHERE YOU’VE GONE SO
MANY TIMES BEFORE. BUD: WE STARTED IN BUTTERFIELD
CANYON IN SALT LAKE COUNTRY AND
DROVE OVER TO THE KENNEKOTT OVERLOOK ON THE
BORDER OF SALT LAKE AND TOOELE
COUNTIES AND WE HAD A COUPLE HUNDRED MACHINES UP
THERE, AND THEN WE HEADED ALL
THE WAY DOWN MIDDLE CANYON TO TOOELE AND OVER
TO DESERET PEAK WHERE WE HAD A
NICE LUNCH AND A FUN EVENT. SHAWN: MIDDLE CANYON IS A
BEAUTIFUL PLACE THAT WE OFTEN
REFER TO AS OUT MILLCREEK CANYON IN TOOELE
COUNTY. THIS TIME OF YEAR YOU
HAVE BEAUTIFUL FALL COLORS AND IT’S NOT AS WELL
TRAVELED AS THE MAIN ROUTE TO
SALT LAKE COUNTY. IT’S A LITTLE BIT SLOWER, NICER,
A GREAT PLACE TO RIDE YOUR ATV
OR CAMP OFF TO ONE OF THE SIDES OF THE ROAD. BUD: MOST PEOPLE THINK OF THE
OCHUR MOUTNAINS AND THINK A
COPPER MINE. BUT IF YOU GO UP BUTTERFIELD
CANYON AND SEE THE BEAUTY UP
THERE AND YOU’RE SEEING PINE TREES AND ASPENS AND
ALL THE WAY DOWN MIDDLE CANYON
YOU HAVE PLACES TO CAMP. SHAWN: COME ON DOWN AND ENJOY A
SLOWER PACE AND SOME BEAUTY NO
MATTER WHAT YOU RIDE, EVEN ON A HORSE
OR BICYCLE OR HIKING, BUT WE WELCOME YOU ALL OUT TO
TOOELE COUNTY FOR YOUR NEXT ATV
RIDE. CHAD: WELL AS YOU CAN SEE THIS
HAS BEEN A FUN EVENT, AND WHEN
WAS THE LAST TIME YOU WERE ON THE BORDER
WITH SALT LAKE AND TOOELE COUNTY
WITH 50-PLUS MACHINES? I DON’T
REMEMBER A TIME EVER IN MY LIFE. RIA: THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IN
UTAH HISTORY. CHAD: PROBABLY. WE’RE AT THE
OVERLOOK TO THE BINGHAM COPPER
MINE AND THE TOUR BUSSES COME IN FROM THE
SALT LAKE SIDE WAY DOWN THERE
NEAR THE BOTTOM, BUT UP HERE WE’RE AT THE TOP OF
THE PIT AND THIS IS WHAT YOU SEE
FROM THE TOOELE SIDE IF YOU TAKE
BUTTERFIELD CANYON UP ON THE
SIDE TRAIL HERE. RIA: I LOVE THIS TIME OF YEAR
WITH THE BEGINNING OF FALL AND
THE MORNINGS ARE NICE AND CRISP. CHAD: I DON’T KNOW HOW IT
CHANGED SO FAST. IT SEEMED LIKE
LAST WEEK IT WAS SUMMER AND NOW THERE’S RED
AND YELLOW LEAVES EVERYWHERE. RIA: IT’S GORGEOUS. WELL NOW
WE’RE GOING TO LOWER OUR
ELEVATION AND HOOK UP WITH STEVEN HEUMANN AT
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATV JAMBOREE. STEVEN HEUMANN: Thanks Chad and
Ria. Now there are a lot of
small towns throughout the West that have
really embraced off-road
recreation. But as those towns grow and
become bigger and bigger those
forms of recreation become less and less
important. Well today I’m in one
city that for the past 25 years has
made off-road travel a priority,
and no matter how big they get it
continues to pay off. (Music Up) Richfield Utah is the largest
city in southcentral Utah and
lies just off Interstate-70 about 40 miles
from I-15. From the earliest
days of settlement local residents knew
they were in a particularly
blessed location when it came to beauty
and discovery, and over two
decades ago they decided to invite the
world to experience it
first-hand. The Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree
was born, framing adventure and
exploration in the area for years to come. CHAD McWILLIAMS: This year is
the 25th anniversary of the
Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree here in Sevier
County. It’s the 25th year the
event has been going on here in the county
and we’re just excited to have
everyone here. What they’re coming down
here for is to ride our trail
system, the Paiute ATV Trail system. JETHRO DANES: It allows a group
to get together that are all
into the same thing so to speak. It’s so
nice to come down to a jamboree
of this size in this area because the
terrain, the views, the
mountains are so different from north Idaho where
we’re from. To me it reminds me
of like a mini-Grand Canyon almost just
the beauty that’s down here. STEVEN HEUMANN: THOUSANDS OF
PEOPLE DESCEND ON RICHFIELD
EVERY SEPTEMBER TO EXPLORE, CHALLENGE THEIR
SKILLS, AND ENJOY THE DIVERSITY
OF THE LANDSCAPE. IN 2009 THE JAMBOREE EVEN BROKE
A GUINESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS
MILESTONE WITH THE LARGEST EVER ATV
PARADE, STRETCHING LITERALLY
FROM ONE END OF THE CITY TO THE OTHER. FACTS LIKE
THESE ACT AS A REMINDER OF JUST
HOW IMPRESSIVE THE OFF-ROAD
OPPORTUNITIES ARE IN RICHFIELD. DENNIS JORGENSEN: For the local
community it lets them know they
live in some of the best riding areas
in the country. When they see
people coming from all over the country
and even other countries they
say, ‘well why don’t I have an ATV? why
don’t I have a side-by-side? why
am I not out enjoying the area that these
people are traveling twenty
hours to see?’ CHAD McWILLIAMS: We’ve got
everything here in Sevier
County, in Richfield you’d have on the Wasatch Front,
in St George, in Las Vegas, so
it’s the perfect destination for your
family for a weekend or a
week-long getaway. One of the things that I enjoy
right now are these mountains, and I can be there right now. I
can pull my side-by-side out of
the garage and ride to the nearest
trail and be there within
miniutes, fishing in my favorite place in
30 minutes. One of the things
that’s great about Sevier County is
that we’re only two and a half
hours or two hours from the Wasatch Front.
You can have all the amenities
from up there and just totally enjoy and
relax. STEVEN HEUMANN: THE PAIUTE ATV
SYSTEM LINKS FROM RICHFIELD TO
LOCALES UP AND DOWN THE ENTIRE STATE,
TAKING RIDERS DIRECTLY TO
DESTINATIONS LIKE FREMONT INDIAN STATE PARK, ALL
THE WAY TO THE PEAKS OF THE
TUSHER MOUNTAINS AND THE WATER CROSSINGS THAT
MAKE THE TRIP MEMORABLE. THEN
YOU CAN DRIVE STRAIGHT BACK TO YOUR HOTEL AND
PLOT YOUR COURSE FOR THE NEXT
DAY OF ADVENTURE. THAT’S WHAT THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN
ATV JAMBOREE IS ALL ABOUT, AND
WHAT RICHFIELD HAS STRIVED TO PROVIDE
FOR EVERYONE. DENNIS JORGENSEN: It’s a small
town with great people but there
is just about anything you’d want to do.
You can mountain bike, ATV,
fish, hunt, all within ten minutes of where
you live. You don’t have to travel long
distances to do that. CHAD McWILLIAMS: There were six
hundred riders here this morning
and it’s like a family. these people
come from all over the United
States for a week-long event. I’ve met
individuals that have been
coming here for 25 years. It’s like a big
family reunion every year. They look forward to interacting
and we get a lot of comments
that they like interacting with the locals
here, the locals enjoy seeing
them out here, it’s just a good time and
one giant family reunion here in
Sevier County. STEVEN HEUMANN: IF YOU’VE NEVER
BEEN TO AN ATV JAMBOREE BEFORE I
HIGHLY SUGGEST COMING OUT AND GIVING
ONE A TRY. OBVIOUSLY THE ROCKY
MOUNTAIN ATV JAMBOREE IS OVER FOR THIS YEAR
BUT MARK IT FOR 2018 BECAUSE
YOU’RE GOING TO HAVE A GREAT TIME OUT HERE
MEETING NEW PEOPLE AND
EXPERIENCING NEW TRAILS. AND IF YOU WANT TO COME OUT TO
RICHFIELD ANY TIME OF YEAR YOU
CAN BECAUSE THE TRAILS ARE ALWAYS OPEN AND
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
EVERYTHING YOU COULD NEED FOR A FUN WEEK WITH YOUR
FAMILY OR AN ENTIRE WEEK. FOR AYL I’M STEVEN HEUMANN, WE
NEED TO TAKE A COMMERCIAL BREAK AND WE’LL BE BACK WITH
MORE ADVENTURE. (Music Up) JORDAN WAYMENT: WELCOME BACK TO
THE AYL SEASON PREMIERE. I’M JORDAN WAYMENT AND FOR THIS
WEEK’S PRODUCT REVIEW WE’RE
LOOKING AT THE POLARIS RANGER, BRAND NEW
2018, RANGER HVAC. THIS LOOKS
LIKE A LOT OF FUN SO LET’S TAKE IT
OUT FOR A SPIN. (Music Up) JORDAN: THE FIRST THING I
NOTICED WAS THAT IT WAS SO EASY
TO DRIVE. I COULD DRIVE WITH MY FINGERS,
LIKE THIS, JUST GOING OVER ROCKS AND TREES
AND STUFF. THE RANGER IS THE WORKHORSE OF
THE INDUSTRY. IT HAS A THOUSAND
CC MOTOR, ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION AND
IT’S LIQUID COOLED. NOW ON THE FRONT END IT HAS A
DOUBLE A-ARM SUSPENSION WITH
COIL-OVER SHOCKS THAT GIVE TEN INCHES OF
TRAVEL. IT’S GREAT FOR GOING OVER LOGS
AND STUFF AND PERFECT FOR A DAY
ON THE TRAIL. SO ON THE BACK OF THE RANGER YOU
HAVE A DUMP BED WHICH IS PRETTY STANDARD AND YOU HAVE GRAB
HANDLES ON BOTH SIDES SO YOU CAN
DUMP FROM EITHER SIDE. THE ENGINE IS 1000
CCS AND IS PRETTY STANDARD ON
THE RANGER, BUT IT CAN HAUL UP TO
1,500 POUNDS AND TOW UP TO 2000
POUNDS, WHICH IS THE SAME AS MOST
MIDSIZE TRUCKS. NOW WHEN YOU THINK OF THE RANGER
YOU THINK IT’S JUST LIKE ALL THE OTHER RANGERS, BUT THERE ARE
ACTUALLY 16 DIFFERENT MODELS,
AND WHAT MAKES THIS ONE DIFFERENT IS THE
FULL ENCLOSED CAB. THIS THING IS
THE REAL DEAL. IT’S HARD PLASTIC
WITH FULL TEMPERED GLASS ALL
AROUND, BUT YOU CAN’T REALLY APPRECIATE IT
UNTIL YOU GET INSIDE, SO FOLLOW
ME. NOW IN HERE YOU CAN SEE IT’S
REALLY ROOMY AND YOU CAN SIT SIX
PEOPLE COMFORTABLY WITH PLENTY OF LEG
ROOM. THE ENTIRE THING IS
COVERED IN THIS FABRIC THAT CUTS DOWN ON
THE NOISE AND THE RATTLING AND
EVERYTHING. IT’S CLIMATE CONTROLLED WITH
DEFROSTER, HEAT AND COOL, THE
WHOLE THING, SO THIS IS THE PERFECT MACHINE
FOR ANY TIME OF YEAR FOR YOU AND
YOUR FAMILY. WELL I HOPE THAT GETS YOU
EXCITED FOR 2018. IF YOU WANT TO
GET A CLOSER LOOK AT THE NEW RANGER HEAD INTO
STEADMANS RECREATION IN TOOELE
WHERE THEY CAN GET YOU TAKEN CARE OF.
I’M JORDAN WAYMENT FOR AYL AND
WE’LL BE BACK WITH MORE ADVENTURE
AFTER THIS. (Music Up) CHAD: WELCOME BACK TO AYL, WE’RE
MAKING OUR WAY DOWN MIDDLE
CANYON TO JOIN THE HOUSE BILL 82
CELEBRATION RIDE. RIA: IT’S BEEN A GREAT DAY, BUT
I KNOW THERE’S BEEN A LOT OF
CONFUSION REGARDING THE BILL AND WHAT IT
MEANS FOR OUR STREET LEGAL
ATVERS. SO WE’VE GOT THREE EXPERTS TO
TALK TO WHO ARE GOING TO TELL US
EXACTLY WHAT’S IN THIS BILL. CHAD: YOU’LL BE IN THE KNOW WHEN
THEY’RE DONE. SEE YOU AT THE
BOTTOM. (Music Up) Russ Steadman: So we’re here to
talk about house bill 82. There’s been a lot of confusion
out there so we have two experts
to help us figure it out. I read
the bill last night and I didn’t
understand it. Brett: It’s confusing. Chris: so I’ll just jump in here
real quick. The easiest thing to
remember is if you’re operating in 28
counties in Utah, minus salt
lake county, your speed limit on any road
outside of an interstate freeway
is 50 mph. in salt lake county if the
posted speed is 50 you cannot
operate on that road. If the posted speed
is 65, like say you’re going
from Gunnison to US 89 in Salina.
That speed limit is 65 but you
can drive it at 50 as long as you’re as
far over as the roadway will
allow. Brett: and the reason they don’t
want you going over 50 mph on
any roadway is because right now it
isn’t required for your tires to
be DOT approved. Russ: It’s more of a safety
thing than anything else. These
things are built to be off-highway
vehicles. We’ve changed the
rules and it’s awesome we’ve done it, but think
about what you’re riding. They aren’t meant to go 75 down
a freeway. Brett: for an ATV you have to
wear a helmet if you’re under 18 years old, and no helmets
required in a utv, but the law
is changing in 2018 to require everyone
under 21 to wear a helmet. So
basically an ATV is the same rules as a
motorcycle and a utv is the same
as a car or jeep or whatever. Baby seat is
required for babies, seatbelts, but no helmets. Chris: Do I have to have a plate
and a sticker to operate? And
the answer is no. Once a person
decides to register as street
legal their registration fees go to
compensate the OHV fund which is
$18. Russ: I look at it as outdoor
recreation and now you can go
from on road to off-road just like we
did today. You can grab your
kids and your wife and go up into these
beautiful canyons and the
opportunity to do that is just amazing. RIA: WELL THERE YOU HAVE ALL THE
REGULATIONS OF THAT HOUSE BILL. AND IF YOU WANT MORE INFORMATION
JUST GO TO THE STATE’S WEBSITE AND THEY’LL HAVE ALL THE DETAILS
FOR YOU. CHAD: HOUSE BILL 82 HAS REALLY
CHANGED THINGS. YOU CAN START
OUT IN SALT LAKE CITY IN YOUR HOME AND
IF YOU KNOW WHICH STREET LEGAL
ROUTES TO TAKE YOU CAN COME OVER
BUTTERFIELD CANYON TO TOOELE AND
FROM HERE YOU CAN HIT THE PROSPECTOR TRAIL
SYSTEM THAT LEADS ALL OVER THE
WESTERN HALF OF UTAH. BUT THAT’S NOT
ALL. YOU CAN START CONNECTING
WITH OTHER TRAILHEADS AND TRAIL SYSTEMS AND
BEGIN CONNECTING WITH EVERY
CORNER OF THE STATE. NOW IT’S TIME TO HEAD
OFF TO OUR TRAILHEAD ADVENTURE
BROUGHT TO YOU BY OUR FRIENDS AT ROCKY
MOUNTAIN ATV WHERE YOU CAN GET
STREET LEGAL KITS. WELL IMAGINE YOU’VE
BEEN WORKING ON A PROJECT FOR
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AND YOU NEVER KNEW
HOW FAMOUS IT WOULD BE UNTIL
THAT TA-DA MOMENT. SOUND CONFUSING?
WELL IT WON’T AFTER YOU SEE OUR TRAILHEAD ADVENTURE. DARIN BUSHMAN: It isn’t every
day you get to do a ribbon
cutting on a house that’s 130 years old, but
we did it today. TERRY WOOD: HISTORY CONNECTS ALL
OF US IN INTERESTING WAYS.
SOMETHING AS INNOCUOUS AS AN OLD CABIN ON
THE SIDE OF THE ROAD CAN BRING
PEOPLE TOGETHER FROM DIFFERENT WALKS OF
LIFE AND BACKGROUNDS. HERE ALONG HIGHWAY 89 A COUPLE
MILES SOUTH OF THE SMALL TOWN OF CIRCLEVILLE ONE SUCH CABIN
EXISTS. NOW, THIS ISN’T ANY
ORDINARY COLLECTION OF WOOD AND MORTAR, OH NO. THIS
IS THE BOYHOOD HOME OF ONE BUTCH
CASSIDY, A UTAHAN THAT LIVES ON IN LEGEND
AND LITERATURE LONG AFTER HIS
DEATH. OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS
PRESERVATION WORK HAS BEEN
COMPLETED AND IT ALL CULMINATED TODAY WITH A
CELEBRATION OF NOT ONLY A FAMOUS
OUTLAW, BUT THE DEDICATION OF THOSE WHO WOULD
HANG ONTO OUR WESTERN HERITAGE. DARIN BUSHMAN: We did the
ribbon-cutting for Butch
Cassidy’s boyhood home, we had a great presentation and
Clive Romney was here and
performed, C.R. Woods was here and
performed. This is the end
result of three years of work to get this thing
restored and I like to call it a
preservation project. We have done a great
job of preserving Butch
Cassidy’s boyhood home. FRED HAYES: Finally we have the
cabin stabilized, we have some
signage up, and we’re ready to have
people experience Butch Cassidy
as a true Utahan. TERRY WOOD: As an outlaw, Robert
Leroy Parker, better known as
Butch Cassidy, lived a colorful life
to say the least. He’s inspired
people from around the world with tales
of exploding trains and
robberies with the Sundance Kid. While his life
outside the law has made some
question his glorification, no one can
second-guess his historical
significance. The cabin gives that
significance new meaning. DARIN BUSHMAN: Butch Cassidy
came here with his family, and
they moved here somewhere around the age of
14. He grew up here in the
Parker homestead and lived here until
he was an adult and headed out
on his notorious ways. FRED HAYES: I grew up as a kid
wanting to be Butch Cassidy. My dad used to tell me stories
about him when I was little and
I felt like he was family. TERRY WOOD: THAT PERSONAL
CONNECTION EXTENDED WELL BEYOND
THE NORMAL CONFINES OF HISTORIANS AND
ARCHEOLOGISTS. THE EFFORT TO
PRESERVE THE CABIN REQUIRED COORDINATION
BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT COUNTIES,
PIUTE AND GARFIELD, STATE AGENCIES, UTAH
STATE PARKS, PRIVATE LAND
OWNERS, AND SEVERAL DIFFERENT COMMITTEES.
NORMALLY A TASK INVOLVING THAT
MANY STAKEHOLDERS WOULD BE DOOMED TO
FAIL, BUT THE HISTORY BEHIND
BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE FASCINATION HIS
TALES HAVE CREATED SMOOTHED THE
ROAD ON THE WAY TO TODAY’S
RIBBON-CUTTING. IT TRULY WAS A
LABOR OF LOVE. DARIN BUSHMAN: The list of
people involved in this project,
the public would go ‘what the heck? Why so
many people involved?’ But you
know what? Out of the love for the project
they were here and they weren’t
only here they were helping us put fence
in, helping us move dirt, and
frankly it was just personal for me, I had
to make sure this happened and
it was a personal accomplishment for me
and something I felt I needed to
do for my dad and also for the fact
that Butch Cassidy is one of
Utah’s most famous citizens. You can argue
that Brigham Young or other
people might rgue others are more famous but
the truth is there is movie
after movie after movie and book after book
after book about Butch Cassidy
and there’s a mystique surrounding Butch
Cassidy. (Music Up) TERRY WOOD: THE LEGEND OF BUTCH
CASSIDY CAN NOW BE EXPERIENCED
ALONG HIGHWAY 89 BY CAR AS WELL AS
ATV, AS THE PAIUTE TRAIL SYSTEM
HAS BEEN EXPANDED TO LEAD RIGHT TO THE
CABIN. IT’S A PIECE OF HISTORY
THAT CAN BE TOUCHED AND APPRECIATED BY
ANYONE WHO WANTS TO FEEL THE
PRESENCE OF ONE OF UTAH’S MOST NOTORIOUS
CITIZENS. FRED HAYES: I think things like
this tell the story of who we
are and who we were. I don’t think you
could find a more prominent
native Utahan than Butch Cassidy. DARIN BUSHMAN: We don’t have all
the answers about Butch Cassidy,
we don’t proclaim to know all the
answers about Butch Cassidy, but
we do have a beautiful home that has
been restored so the public can
come see it. I think you’ll realize
what a peaceful and nice setting
this really is and what a great job
has been done to preserve this
for future generations. TERRY WOOD: MAY THE CABIN, AND
BUTCH CASSIDY’S LEGACY, STAND
FOR ANOTHER 130 YEARS. FROM THE TRAILHEAD,
I’M TERRY WOOD. (Music Up) RIA: WELCOME BACK TO AYL. WE’RE
HERE AT THE CELEBRATION RIDE FOR
HOUSE BILL 82 AND STREET LEGAL ATVS!
IT’S FUN. CHAD: NOW WE NEED TO GET TO OUR
UPCOMING EVENTS. FIRST OFF IS
TRAIL HERO NEXT WEEKEND! THIS IS A GREAT
EVENT IN HURRICANE AND IT’S A
RIG-BUSTER. RIA: IT IS! THE STUFF THAT THEY
DRIVE UP IS AMAZING. CHAD: FUN TO WATCH, FUN TO
PARTICIPATE, FUN TO COMPETE.
WE’LL BE DOWN THERE SO WE HOPE TO SEE YOU. NOW
WE HAVE TO FIND A WINNER IN ALL OF THESE RIGS. RIA: I THINK WE FOUND ONE! CHAD: WE JUST HAPPENED TO STOP
HERE AND THIS IS OUR WINNER: THE
BUMBLE BEE! THERE’S A STICKER RIGHT THERE
AND YOU ARE THE WINNER. CALL US AT 801-947-8888. OR BUZZ INTO
OUR OFFICES. RIA: CONGRATULATIONS YOU ARE THE
WINNER OF $400 TO RYFAB WHERE YOU CAN GET ALL THE ACCESSORIES
FOR YOUR SIDE-BY-SIDE. NOW LET’S SEE WHAT’S COMING UP
ON THE NEXT EPISODE OF AYL. STEVEN HEUMANN: WE’RE HITTING
THE DUNES IN SEVEN DAYS AS CHAD
AND RIA RIDE IN ONE OF THE BIGGEST
OFF-ROAD EVENTS IN THE WORLD. IT’S AN INVASION ON THE SAND AND
THEY’LL HAVE ALL THE DETAILS FOR
YOU. FROM THERE REECE STEIN VISITS
FORT ROBINSON NEBRASKA AND
DISCOVERS THERE IS MORE THAN ONE WAY TO
RIDE OFF INTO HISTORY. OWN THE OUTDOORS NEXT WEEK WITH
AYL! CHAD: WHAT A WAY TO START SEASON
16! RIA: THAT’S RIGHT, SWEET 16 AND
HOUSE BILL 82. CHAD: THIS IS ONE OF THE BIGGEST
PREMIERES WE’VE EVER HAD AND WE THANK YOU FOR JOINING US ON THE
TRIP. REMEMBER THERE IS
ADVENTURE AROUND EVERY BEND. RIA: JUST GET OUT THERE AND
CREATE YOUR OWN ADVENTURES CROWD: AT YOUR LEISURE! CHAD: THANKS EVERYBODY! SEE YOU
NEXT WEEK!

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