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120653410026.jpg Added 42 minutes ago, by quadmaniac in category: ATV Crashes

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What a dumbass!!! Again no helmet and it looks like he doesn't even know how to ride. He is lucky he didn't get anymore brain damage. :leright:

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Good thing he was wearing a helmet:shocked: oh wait.. he wasnt... morons and was that his first time riding that

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