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07CHCAchamp

Any Hill climb Racers out there

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Hi

I am a pro quad racer from colorado and I was woundering if there were any other hill climb racers on this site. I compete in both the CHCA Colorado Hill Climb Association as well as PPIHC the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. If you have never made it to one of these races you are missing out. Pikes Peak Is the ultimate race and one of the most beutiful places in the whole world. So I would like to invite anyone that is interested to check out the websites colorado hill climb association and PPIHC Home Page to find out more about the quads in Colorado. Who knows I might even see you at the races some day.

Sincerely Brady Dimmick

2007 CHCA champion Pro Quad #12

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