The team gives it a few attempts under mostly controlled conditions with their Polaris RZR Pro XP. On the first failed attempt they flop over on their side almost immediately. I can’t help but think Dave wanted to completely cut this one out of the video. On the second attempt, they make it nearly 6 miles before overcorrecting to land back on all fours. They ultimately settle on the unofficial record of 12.8 miles. They don’t substantiate this in any way other than showing us some gnarly tire wear. Those long, slow miles completely obliterated the tread’s edge.