Xcorps 19. DUNES - FULL SHOW
Xcorps 19. DUNES - FULL SHOW - In this episode Xcorps hosts Eric Ducharme and Rat Sult go to the sand vehicle capital of the world southern Cals Glamis Dunes to ride 700 horsepower sand rods and host Jason Lazo hangs with members of the band Collective Soul in this hard charging motor sports episode. Segment one opens with a shot from space showing the area where an inland sea left a vast sand area called Glamis Dunes 150 miles east of San Diego where a small fee gets you a pass into the biggest sand park on the planet where you can bring any off road ride you want to roll with! Its just another adrenalised day for hosts Rat and Eric who roll their new custom ALS high performance hot rods out of the trailer and onto the sand. See and hear the big V8s roar with fat paddle tires throwing sand tails on this big Halloween weekend where thousands of people come to ride their machines. New music from the El Music Group band Collective Soul rock the action with the super sand buggies easily pulling second gear wheelies and big airborne flights in this awe inspiring sand environment. Hear Rats Glamis charge as POV action in car cams put the sand in your face as the All Star Cars - bred from Baja racers - land safely after their 3-4 second above dune flights. After that Jason hangs at the home of El Music Group founder Fred Croshal and members of the band Collective Soul - Ed Roland and Joel Kosche - who jam a cool smooth acoustic version of their new song 'Satellite' from their new Youth CD. Casual. Local backyard birdsong adds a custom element not on the CD release only here on XC! Then its back to the sand and the raw smooth power from the Cadillac North Star motors gulping gas by the gallon as Rat and Eric descend the huge and infamous 'Oldsmobile Hill' which is the epicenter of sand action at Glamis. Check out the insanity as every type of sand rig from quads to MX to street trucks go wide open all the way to the top. See what the women of the sand are like and what they ride! Rat Sult talks to sand rod owner Keith Muir who tells about the rush of rolling the dunes in a 700 HP full suspension sand vehicle. After that the show rolls back to Jason who talks to Collective Souls Ed and Joel about their new CD and they perform another tune - 'Counting the Days' - for the XC cameras and mikes. The show closes out back in the sand with legend Robby Gordons truck doing a brutal faceplant hammer nosedive! Keep the Dunes Free! Use your belts wrist restraints and flags and go BIG!
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