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George Henry

Ride Red Club

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Hello Honda Fans 

I am a new member & started a club here at Quadcrazy called Ride Red. 

I welcome all Honda Enthusiasts to join!  Lets show the pride, strength, longevity & endurance of Hondas! 

My 3 wheel Honda ATC 250SX is 33 years old and still running strong! 

Thanks & Bye for now

George

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Wish I had a Honda! 😁 One of our longtime Honda 3 wheeler owners who used to come around more often was @mywifeknowseverythin 

Maybe he'll join you but in the meantime if you want to build your club you could search topic posters who own a honda https://www.quadcrazy.com/search/?q=honda and invite them to your club. In your club under Manage Club, there is a link to invite members, just start typing their name.

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Check out the ATV gallery category if you haven't already

https://www.quadcrazy.com/gallery/category/54-three-wheeler-atc-photos/ 👍

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5 hours ago, George Henry said:

I tried everything you suggested already.  It seems like Quadcrazy members don't join clubs.

Clubs are relatively new feature so it's possible. I think they are going to start promoting them more.

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How about "rebuilding red and hoping to ride at some point if I can get to the level of downloading a manual on this site.........club"?

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