UTVUnderground Presents: RJ Anderson XP1K2 - Official Trailer
Professional Driver. One-Of-A-Kind Heavily Modified Vehicle. Do Not Attempt. You Could Die.
XP1K2 Premieres LIVE at Polaris Camp RZR GLAMIS on 10.31.14
DROPS 11.4.14 Worldwide!
In 2013, UTVUnderground launched the first-ever branded viral film campaign for the Side-by-Side (SxS) industry. The campaign was dubbed “XP1K”, and brought together Polaris RZR, producers Mad Media, directors the Martelli Brothers and starred off-road racing champion RJ Anderson. XP1K took the SxS world by storm, and racked up an impressive 1.5 million YouTube views and over half a billion impressions world wide, making it the largest campaign of its kind for the UTV / SxS market. UTVUnderground is proud to announce the second installment of the campaign: XP1K2!!
UTVUnderground brought together the same professional team from XP1K, to produce a new mind-bending installment in the XP1K series. The team started with the best sport UTV on the planet, the Polaris RZR® XP1000. The Martelli Brothers and Mad Media returned to direct and produce the project. RJ Anderson, the best pound for pound driver in the world...returned to pilot the all-new, custom-built Holz Racing XP1K2 SxS, which features a ProStar®1000 engine modified by Muzzys Performance, newly-designed Holz Racing suspension, and custom Walker Evans racing shocks.
For XP1K2, Mad Media and UTVUnderground developed a stunning array of creative obstacles and death-defying stunts. They transformed a private, 600-acre tree farm near Mt. Baker Washington, into a mix of natural terrain trails, massive dirt jumps and more than twenty jaw-dropping man-made obstacles. Tony Vanillo and his team at the Off-Road Management Group returned to oversee the massive construction and engineering effort – with a focus on driver safety.
The team at Mad Media have once again drawn on techniques they have perfected over the course of their 20+ years in film production. Developing the creative, overseeing set design, coordinating stunts, managing site construction, as well as crafting the images and overall look of XP1K2 via the cinematography and editing... More than an entire year of planning went into developing the concept for this year’s campaign, as XP1K2 was designed to meet the high expectations of SxS fans around the world.
This year XP1K2 will be unveiled in front of a live public audience at the Polaris Camp RZR Glamis event, Halloween weekend, in Glamis Dunes, Calif. The audience will get to see, hear and feel XP1K2 in its entirety at one of the largest ride events of the year! Then, the clip will go live November 4 to the world. Subsequent clips including a Director’s Cut (music), GoPro clip and “Making Of” film are in the works as well. For more information on XP1K2 visit UTVUnderground.com or www.xp1k2.com.
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Adult models - 16 and older. Be sure to get safety training. The vehicle displayed in this video is not intended for on-road use. Driver must be 16 years old with a valid driver's license. Passenger must be 12 years old, and tall enough to use hand holds and plant feet firmly on floor. Always use cab nets, wear seat belts, helmets, eye protection, and protective clothing. Do not operate on public roads. Avoid excessive speeds, sharp turns, and difficult terrain. Riding and alcohol/drugs don't mix! Never carry more than the appropriate amount of passengers. Follow all warnings/instructions in owners manuals and on product. UTV Underground and their affiliates are not responsible for injuries that may occur from emulating or copying the riding, driving, or stunts performed in this video. Visit www.rohva.org for more information on safe operation off-road vehicles.
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