Utility and Work Vehicles (UTVs)

KIMTEK Transport Units Fit Can-Am Defender and Can-Am Defender Max

MEDLITE® and FIRELITE® Slip-on Skid Units do the job in Can-Am side-by-sides
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October 23, 2017--Orleans, VT - KIMTEK Corp, makers of MEDLITE® and FIRELITE® Transport skid units for off-road rescue and wildland firefighting, announce the full compatibility of their top-selling line of UTV-based skid units with Can-Am Defender and Can-Am Defender Max (crew) side-by-side UTVs. The Defender's rugged cargo bed with 1,000 lb capacity and overall strong suspension and frame make it an excellent choice for first responders throughout public safety and service sectors in the United States, Canada, and well beyond. 

Greaves and Chaney Capture TORC Series UTV Championships

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Elk River, Minn. (Sept. 25, 2017) –This was the year UTV racing in TORC: The Off-Road Championship presented by AMSOIL came of age, with a record number of entries, full-field starting grids, and a level of racing intensity equal to any in North America. This past weekend, during the Kenda Final Rounds at ERX Motor Park in Elk River, Minnesota, the drama of the season came down to the final day of racing. One where CJ Greaves looked to go undefeated in his Yamaha in PRO Stock UTV, and Kyle Chaney needed one final push to clinch the PRO Mod UTV championship for Can-Am.

September 21, 2017 - Things just got real, as BRP announced several new Can-Am side-by-side vehicles last night at its annual dealer show in Dallas, Texas.

Going beyond what is expected. Over achieving. Answering the call. Can-Am asserts itself once again by being more aggressive in its approach and making sensible decisions in growing its line of market-influencing off-road vehicles
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2018  CAN-AM OFF-ROAD VEHICLES BUILT FOR RIDERS  ENJOYING TRAILS, ROCKS AND MUD 

Ken Block Gymkhana Testing Can-Am Maverick X3

Hoonigan front man Ken Block and modern rebel Jason Ellis carve up an airport Gymkhana test course with modified Turbo Maverick side-by-side vehicles
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Hoonigan leader Ken Block, special guest Jason Ellis and his crew take us behind the scenes in a recent episode of “Field Trip.” The crew puts his two modified Can-Am Maverick X3 Turbo R side-by-side vehicles to the Gymkhana test at Cable Airport in Upland, Calif. Their objective: prove that the industry’s most powerful side-by-side vehicle is worthy of its own Gymkhana spec class. In theory, this real-world test would prove whether or not a special Maverick X3 class would be possible. Did they succeed? If over two-days of screeching sounds and smoking tires, rubber-strewn corners and timed runs on a makeshift Gymkhana course don’t say yes, then the huge grins on the drivers’ faces clearly relay an answer of, HELL YES!  

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