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Lindsey80

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I live in Folsom, CA and I am hoping to find people to ride with. I have this awesome quad and no one to ride with anymore...

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Hey Lindsey, welcome aboard. There are a few of us in Norcal on the board. What kind of awesome quad you got and what kind of riding do you like to do?

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I have a 2008 Suzuki 400. I'm just a beginner, but LOVE it! I have been practicing out at Prairie City and last weekend I went to Mammoth Bar. I rode on the track, but I love to ride on the trails. What about you?

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Trails mostly. How did you like mammoth bar? I just read on another board that that place wasn't to beginner friendly.

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It was fun. The trail I went one wasn't bad, but I didn't go on very many others because I was with someone that rides a dirt bike, so we couldn't ride the same things. But it's so beautiful out there.

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We've got a group going to Goldnote (Jackson/Pioneer area) the weekend after Thanksgiving. You're welcome to ride with us. We're still firming up the details but if you're interested, I'll keep you posted.

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Cool, thanks. Yes please keep me posted. Is the riding hard there? I wouldn't want to slow anyone down. :) Are there any other girls going?

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Cool, thanks. Yes please keep me posted. Is the riding hard there? I wouldn't want to slow anyone down. :) Are there any other girls going?

Welcome to the site, even if you are the slowest in the group or just a beginner, 100% of the riders I know will wait at any difficult spots to help you through or will wait at any spot that you might get heading the wrong way. If a rider doesn't do what they can to help out any beginner, not just a female, they are a chump in my book. I could care less if someone was riding 10mph with me, I will hang and give pointers along with confidence boosters. Keep on riding, speed comes with time. Be safe.

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Cool, thanks. Yes please keep me posted. Is the riding hard there? I wouldn't want to slow anyone down. :) Are there any other girls going?

There is a nice mix of trails there. Plenty to ride for a beginner. There would be a group of 4 or more familes ranging in age from 6 to 46, and yes, some are girls.

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I have a 2008 Suzuki 400. I'm just a beginner, but LOVE it! I have been practicing out at Prairie City and last weekend I went to Mammoth Bar. I rode on the track, but I love to ride on the trails. What about you?

Great choice on that Suzuki! Welcome to the community.

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Ok,,,,,,So,,,,there is a Ride Close to me huh....And no one invited the Triker???? WTF!!!

I feel sooooo Left out.....:frown:

Welcome Lindsey!!!!

If I recall correctly, the last time I invited you on a ride the response I got was "I don't ride dirt, for I am the SAND WIZARD!" :confused:

Of course you're invited. If you think you can handle ya know dirt and rocks and trees and stuff.

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What does one have to do to becoma a "Super Mod"?

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If I recall correctly, the last time I invited you on a ride the response I got was "I don't ride dirt, for I am the SAND WIZARD!" :confused:

Of course you're invited. If you think you can handle ya know dirt and rocks and trees and stuff.

You gotta be a super guy!:laugh:I think he is claustrophobic, he can't be on tight trails!

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Lindsey welcome to Quad Crazy!!! Glad you found us.

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LMAO!!!!! Ive been known to ride the dirt.....Its just been 5 or 6 yrs......Would I need to take my paddles off and change out my Mowhawk???? :laugh:

I saw a bike with paddles on it out at jawbone....course the guy had a 1500 Hyabusa and is the current Senior Hillclimbing Champion at 70.

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