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    • W.E. Rock West Round 2 Three Peaks Recreation Area Cedar City, Utah May 20th-21st

      W.E. Rock West Round 2 Three Peaks Recreation Area Cedar City, Utah May 20th-21st Have you ever tried to rock crawl your UTV? It is a new way to challenge your machine and driving skills. You can compete against your buddies on some of the best rock crawling courses in the world. 
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