Windrock OHV’s Trail 22 has become our default test route for new side-by-sides. A good mix of open two-track, rock scrambles, and off-camber climbs, the route packs a lot into a short distance. Perfect for putting a new rig through its paces. Associate Editor Kevan Ray recently spent an afternoon with the 2021 Yamaha Wolverine RMAX2 1000 Limited Edition, and brought a camera along for the ride. If you want to know how the Fox iQS suspension handles rock gardens and red clay, look no further.
It’s no secret that the RMAX has been one of our favorite rigs this year. Capable of keeping pace with dedicated sport machines and up to handling a bit of work during the week, it makes an easy case for itself. Ray takes the time to walk us through the Wolverine’s various systems, discusses our likes and dislikes, and shows us exactly what it can do.
If you’re looking for more information on the RMAX2, you can always check out our Buyer’s Guide, hit up our first look and review, or read how it handled farm duty in Virginia. Or, if you just want to watch Ray bounce the Limited Edition off some rocks, check out the video below.