A video posted by Polaris RZR (@polarisrzr) on Jul 23, 2015 at 9:09am PDT The new jump truck is on its way to Butte, MT for Evel Knievel Days, where Gregg Godfrey and Tanner Godfrey will both be attempting World Record Jumps Evel would be proud of. Gregg in a semi- truck and Tanner in […]
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