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PowerSports Adventures filmed the prototypes of the Arctic Cat WildCat prior to the WildCat demo rides. We took these machines out and put them through their paces. Wow! We got extreme. GREAT RIDE! The episode will air next month on PowerSports Adventures. http://www.powersportsadventures.com

You can demo a WildCat too! Tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 29th) is your chance at The Little Sahara Sand Dunes just west of Nephi, Utah.

Arctic Cat is set up at Sand Mountain and will be offering demo rides all day. Don't miss this chance. You will have the ride of your life!

Plus, if you have never been to Little Sahara, check it out. This is an excellent place to go and ride. The BLM has it set up with all the facilities a motorsports enthusiast needs for a great time.

Photos of the WildCat on the PowerSports Adventures Facebook page. Click

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