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Hi folks,

I am new to this forum and new to ATV's. I am currently doing my research and actively looking to buy a new ATV.

I am looking at the Rancher 420 4x4 and the Big Bear.

I think I am most interested in the Honda. I am planning to test ride it in the next week or so.

Also, I am looking for riders in the Northern Virginia (NOVA) area. I would be interested riding in WV, PA, MD, and VA (within about 0-3 hours of NOVA). I even travel to Western New York several times each year and would be interested in riding with people there.

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Hi folks,

I am new to this forum and new to ATV's. I am currently doing my research and actively looking to buy a new ATV.

I am looking at the Rancher 420 4x4 and the Big Bear.

I think I am most interested in the Honda. I am planning to test ride it in the next week or so.

Also, I am looking for riders in the Northern Virginia (NOVA) area. I would be interested riding in WV, PA, MD, and VA (within about 0-3 hours of NOVA). I even travel to Western New York several times each year and would be interested in riding with people there.

I don't know how far you would be from here but check out harlan ky. we have rode there and i can tell you it's the best place i have ever road hands down. The people are so nice down there and once you unload your atv you won't need your truck ride up town to eat,get gas ice whatever not even saying anything about 7000 acres of atv park plus off park rides free yeah i said free. If you go down tell the ridge runners southernillinoiatv sent you and you will have a blast. Some of our members is going down to the fall cawll

next weekend.

http://kyoutdoors.org/forums/

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