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SxS Adventure Rally. The thrill of exploration, the excitement of speed, the sensation of mother nature and machines.

REGISTRATION OPENS FOR THE 2016 SXS ADVENTURE RALLY ON AUGUST 1ST!

Our first year was a hit. Year two will be even bigger and better!

If you missed the inaugural SXS Adventure Rally last year, make sure you mark your calendar now for another amazing event. Plan on coming out and having a blast with us this year and with people from all over the United States.

November 10-12, 2016

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ENTER THE EVENT TO COME ENJOY THE VENDORS AND DO TEST DRIVES.

Experience the best of many Side by Sides and UTV's in the industry — the thrill of exploration, the excitement of speed, the sensation of mother nature and machines.

What is the Side x Side adventure at Sand Hollow?

Side x Side Adventure at Sand Hollow is a family friendly event with guided trail rides, primarily rock crawling with some less technical scenic rides in and around Sand Hollow State Park in Hurricane, Utah. Dates are November 10th, 11th and 12th, 2016.

Come down to southern Utah and test drive the latest offerings from the top manufacturers, take guided trail rides around Sand Hollow, get fed and meet new people. There is plenty of dry-camping available on site.

Average temp for November is Sunny and 65 degrees, perfect riding weather!

Even if you can't make it for the guided trail rides, come for the test drives and open riding. Sand Hollow will be open for riding approx. 2pm once the guided trails are back. (Sand Hollow State Park charges a $10 day use fee to enter the park.)

CST is excited to be the title sponsor of the CST Outdoor Adventure Rally at Sand Hollow. CTS's sales manager, Eric Tweedy, had this to say about the event: “It is going to be a great event and we are looking forward to showcasing our new SxS tires to the public. We are also pumped to support the industry at the grassroots level which is the heart and soul of the ATV/UTV industry” .

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