CJRenaJohnson

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I am always looking for a new story. If you have a story that you would like to be told or if you have a concern that needs to be addressed in the public media ... by all means ... let me know!

For the types of stories I usually write you can check out my website. I try to do stories that will benefit the ATV community in some way! But am open to any story, interview or issue that others might find interesting!

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Yeah , I have a topic. How can you ban youth offroad vehicles but not lawn mowers? More children have access to mowers than youth offroad vehicle. Why not Ban DUI scooters to.

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How about something along the lines of ATVing becoming a more mature sport. I like to compare ATVs to Harleys. 30-40 years ago everyone assumed a Harley rider was an outlaw, today everyone rides Harleys, and their fundraising efforts are heralded all over. 20 years ago, ATVs were most commonly associated with a rowdy neighborhood kid, tearing up the neighbor's yard. Today we have people from all walks of life enjoying a nice trail ride on big luxury monster quads. As with any type of news story, boring doesn't sell, so only bad things make the press. The non-riding community for the most part sees ATVing as a problem because they only hear about crashes, trespassing and whatnot. Are there ATV riders that cause peoblems? Sure there are, but that's all anyone ever hears about. Outside of ATV Magazines and forums, there is never any articles about the enjoyment of the sport, the cleanup efforts of clubs or the fundraisers. I could rant on all day, but I'll get off my soapbox now.

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