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Demon Powersports attends the Sand Sports Super Show

Demon Powersports attends the Sand Sports Super Show

Date: September 5, 2017  

Location: Costa Mesa, California

In western America, where Desert riding is prominent, The Sand Sports Super, which lands on the eve of autumn, is the perfect event to get the desert season started. With all the major UTV brands in one venue, this is a one stop shop for all your desert riding needs.

Can-Am and Yamaha came in strong with give-aways and demo rides, and local dealers brought in full fleets of SxS’s ready to be taken to the dunes.

All your favourite SxS companies had their best and latest builds on display, when it comes to an event that’s filled with SxS’s left and right, it’s necessary to have your machine stand out from the crowd if you want to bring attention to your brand.

For Demon Powersports, it was another incredible year. Special thanks to the Black Rhino Performance team in El Cajon, CA for helping us out with the Polaris XP Turbo set up at our booth. The XP Turbo, driven by Bryan Osborn, was equipped with the new Demon X-treme HD axles. The new wrap had plenty of looks and brought a lot attention to our booth in the Hangar.

We had announced our new X-treme HD axle at Sand Sports. With the full axle component made of 4340 chromoly steel and dual heat treated throughout, we ensure our new X-HD axles provide long lasting strength, that we guarantee it with a 2 year limited warranty. We have also designed our new X-HD axle with a dark candy apple red finish to align with our branding, and have our axles truly stand out.

Overall, Sand Sports saw an incredible turn out, with the influx of people coming into the event each day, this just goes to show how fast the UTV/SXS market is growing.

There’s plenty more that the industry has to offer, we can’t wait to see what Sand Sports Super Show has to offer next year.

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