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Doug Eichner Brings Home WORCS UTV National Championship

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Honolulu Hills, ironically named for the desert type terrain of Taft, California, was home to the final round of the World Off-Road Championship Series, held October 23 - 25.

Eichner had his sights on two things - top performances on both the Polaris Outlaw and Polaris RANGER RZR.

Saturday morning marked the start of an outstanding day [...]

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