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Please join my Blog and/or help stop the Ban on youth bikes and ATVs!!!

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Please go to my blog to learn how you can help stop the ban on Youth ATVs!! This is something we need to do NOW! We have got to make a difference or this ban is going to irreversibly change our ATV World and Community in a way that will hurt us all !

I also seriously need people to sign up as members on my Blog. I work hard to try to make a difference for the better in our ATVing community and I am asking each of you to please register for my Blog. I use it as an outlet to let EVERYONE in the ATVing community know of the different concerns of the ATVing Community. I just started it and am trying to get it going.

I won't send you a bunch of emails or newsletters or anything like that. I won't sell your email address. I am just wanting to raise some numbers on my Blog so that the people reading it know I have others who are reading what I write and that I am not alone the things that I take so serious in our community! It only take a minute to sign up ... so please go there now and sign up. Thank you all for your support. Please let me know what you think!

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and always ... I am totally open to suggestions, comments and any concerns that you would like to see dealt with! Thanks again! I hope you have an AWESOME day!!

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