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Thief River Falls, MN - The 2007 World Powersports Association National UTV season is now in the books, and Team Arctic placed 2 Prowler teams in the top 4 spots. Kyle Fiebelkorn led the crew to bring home the first-ever Arctic Cat UTV championship aboard his [...]

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