We picked up our new Polaris RZR XP 900 Wednesday afternoon from Action Motor Sports in Idaho Falls, ID, and headed straight for the hills for a quick spin that afternoon in the high desert.
This was the first chance we had to ride Polaris' newest RZR since the media intro last January in Arizona. And the vehicle is just as good as we remember it. The terrain we rode on private land east of Idaho Falls wasn't quite as challenging as what we rode in Arizona but it was fun and we did find some decent sandstone hills to climb.
Remember, don't try this at home, unless, of course, you've got some nasty dirt trails and sandstone hills to ride on, then go for it.
Be sure to look for a full writeup and review of the RZR XP 900 in the premiere issue of Dirt Toys Magazine, which will be mailed to SnoWest Magazine subscribers and be available on the newsstand by about April 20.