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Asen_77

New Yamaha Rider from Bulgaria

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Hi All,

My name is Asen and I am from Eastern Europe, Bulgaria. Riding a Yamaha Raptor 700R and this is my first Quad wanted for a vey long time :)

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY! Great picture! 👍

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Welcome to Quadcrazy, great looking bike. 

Enjoy it and ride safe brother.   

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One of my videos with best moment from Wither ride this year :)

 

 

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And one more video with my Nephew who rides my Quad. He is only 9 years old :)

 

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New video this week, Just get a little on the Road!

 

 

 

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New summer ride this week into Green Forest :)

Thanks to All Subscribers for the support!

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