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I never understood four wheelers. I rode (two wheeled) dirt bikes and raced motocross from age 12 to 28. I never owned a street bike but after working for Harley for five years I just had to get one. Riding on the street was ok but I missed banging off of berms and jumps. I switched to riding Buells, the Harleys didn’t have the performance I was craving. In 2005 a few friends at work talked me into buying a new Yamaha Grizzly. I still didn’t get the four wheel thing. Well, after 1400 miles in the first year I got it! I outgrew the performance of the Grizzly and traded it on a 2007 Can-am Renegade. What a machine! Power, Handling, wow! I now have a Rotax powered Buell 1125R parked next to the Renegade.

I ride at Michaux State Forest and Reading coal land near Shamokin , Pa.

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Hello guy's. I'm also a new to the site and also live in Pa. I'm a co-founder and current president of The Valley ATV Club here in Northeast, Pa. We started the club in March of 2000 and are still going strong.You can check out our web site at: ValleyAtvClub.org

Looking forward to serching the quad crazy web site and sharing post with all of you. While I'm here let me tell you about a fund raiser were running for a 3 year old girl with cancer. It will be held on Sept. 28th 2008. You can find info about it at: Ride Lost Trails ATV Park Click on special events and you will find the info. This is going to involve several ATV clubs and ATV web sites. I hope some of you can make it as well. Well Thanks for the invite to the site. Can't wait to check it out.

T.R.

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Hello guy's. I'm also a new to the site and also live in Pa. I'm a co-founder and current president of The Valley ATV Club here in Northeast, Pa. We started the club in March of 2000 and are still going strong.You can check out our web site at: ValleyAtvClub.org

Looking forward to serching the quad crazy web site and sharing post with all of you. While I'm here let me tell you about a fund raiser were running for a 3 year old girl with cancer. It will be held on Sept. 28th 2008. You can find info about it at: Ride Lost Trails ATV Park Click on special events and you will find the info. This is going to involve several ATV clubs and ATV web sites. I hope some of you can make it as well. Well Thanks for the invite to the site. Can't wait to check it out.

T.R.

Welcome to the site. You are the second person posting about Samantha. She is known country wide within the ATV community, we are all doing what we can to help. Some with donations, some with prayers., and some will even make it to the ride. It is a noble thing you guys are doing, it should be a given to help others out but in today's society it is not.

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Wow! I knew we were getting the word out about Samantha but I had no idea that we were reaching so many people. When I started this I wasen't sure it would get the attention I was hoping for but was I ever wrong. The ride is still 3 weeks away and we have colected alomost $800.00 so far. Glad you guys are aware of it. Please keep Sam and the family in your thoughts and prayers.

Dennis

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I copied and pasted the thread that was started here and have posted it on 3 other atv sites. Little Samantha just might be as popular as the president.

Thanks 'bot...I (we!) really appreciate it!

Samantha's even cuter than VP wannabe Sarahcuda! LOL!!!!!!!

-TD

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I saw the picture of her and her curly hair, too bad she will lose it. That's just temp. I pray for her and her family often, as a kid I moved to a new town. That's always hard on the little ones, the first person I met there was a girl the same age named Megan. Her and I were best friends for about 3 years until she too was hit with the disease. She did not respond well to treatments and she ended up passing. This story kind of hit home for me.

Tom, it is an absolute honor to help you guys(help them) out. Thank you for putting the info out there. If this would had more people who were like you and willing to lend a hand it would be a much better place.

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Stoop this area of Pa. that we live in is know as: " The Valley With A Heart". We may be a little backwards and a bit behind the times but when the call for help goes out everyone responds. I wouldn't trade this area for a million dollars. I still don't have to lock my doors at night because I know my neighbors have my back and I have theirs. When we walk down the street or shop at one of our local markets we still look each other in the eye and say hello. It's hard to run out for milk and bread and be back home in just a few minutes because you run into a dozen or more people you know and start chatting. I always allow myself at least an hour for an errend...lol

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Stoop this area of Pa. that we live in is know as: " The Valley With A Heart". We may be a little backwards and a bit behind the times but when the call for help goes out everyone responds. I wouldn't trade this area for a million dollars. I still don't have to lock my doors at night because I know my neighbors have my back and I have theirs. When we walk down the street or shop at one of our local markets we still look each other in the eye and say hello. It's hard to run out for milk and bread and be back home in just a few minutes because you run into a dozen or more people you know and start chatting. I always allow myself at least an hour for an errend...lol

I miss that life. I grew up like that. knew everyone on the road. and it was 10 miles long. rode the lawnmower between my grandmas house and mine and wouldn't see a single car.

my mom and a few others had to complain for YEARS to get the county to pave our road instead of having it be gravel, and all they did was pave in front of the houses/driveways mainly to save money, but it did cut down on the dust.

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I saw the picture of her and her curly hair, too bad she will lose it. That's just temp. I pray for her and her family often, as a kid I moved to a new town. That's always hard on the little ones, the first person I met there was a girl the same age named Megan. Her and I were best friends for about 3 years until she too was hit with the disease. She did not respond well to treatments and she ended up passing. This story kind of hit home for me.

Tom, it is an absolute honor to help you guys(help them) out. Thank you for putting the info out there. If this would had more people who were like you and willing to lend a hand it would be a much better place.

Will you STOP! People will start thinking the wrong thing about me! LOL!!!!

No worries man..it's all good....and it all works......

-T

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