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Are you part of another atv community forum?  

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  1. 1. Are you part of another atv community forum?

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I'm a moderator on the ATV Frontier - ATV Forums, News, Reviews, Chat, Maps, Classifieds and More › News

I ride with everyone from sportys,RUV's,2wheelers it dont

matter to me :biglaugh:

I'm on so many boards I won't list them but I like to see

what going on in the ATV/OHV world and the information

each site has ! and visit most every day.

I'm also a member of the ARRA redirect

and I'm involved in several projects with the BLM,Arizona State Land Dept.as well with the State & National Forests and I run

Desert Hawk Adventures a no-cost ATV/OHV tours.

I have seen many boards come and go and the ones that

stick around are the ones that IMO have the same thing in common,Great Members as most that go to this type of forum

for the information without flaming or attitudes.

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Desert-Hawk, that's a pretty impressive. So you're a moderator over at ATVFrontier? What do you like about it over there? What do you think so far of QuadCRAZY? Have you had a chance to view the other sections of the community here besides the forum?

I agree about attitudes in other forums. I think we have some great members and some awesome mods. We try to do things around here using member feedback. Thanks for joining this community, looking forward to hearing from you on a regular basis here! Any suggestions always appreciated! :smile:

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Hi Mr.Admin,

About the ATVF I would say that 98% of the people

that go there are into ATV's & OHV's Sure we have a goofy

area but it's kept Family Friendly to ensure we set a great example for the next generation of up coming riders.

I'm pretty impressed about QUADCRAZY you've done

a fantastic job here,And yes I've poked around the site.

I found out about QUADCRAZY from My Buddy dieselpowered

over on his site ATVwire.com Portal It's refreshing to see sites come together as this world is not that big after all.

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I'm pretty impressed about QUADCRAZY you've done

a fantastic job here,And yes I've poked around the site.

Much appreciated and once again, glad to have you! So, any suggestions from other forums you take part in?

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This time of year most of North America is out riding

don't freak out because of slow board traffic.

You don't have to be Big to be Good...But you have to be Good to be Big.

Knowing how & what to say or not is the key to a Great Moderator

for some reason members think that a comment made by a Moderator is

a view of the entire staff.

Most of all Have Fun !

Learn Something New !

And Help Someone Out !

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I've seen some great replies here and we really appreciate the information. We would also apprecioate any way that you can help spread the word about our community in other communities as long as it is allowed and does not cross any of their guidelines. Maybe drop a line or 2 if you support this community.

Here's a thread on how you can show your support of QuadCRAZY:

http://www.quadcrazy.com/atvforum/quadcrazy-announcements-support/699-show-your-support.html

Thank you in advance.

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There's allot of forrums in everthing2stroke. Maybe we should have an "everything2stroke" section.

I think this might be an area of interest...anyone else?

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I am a member at everything2stroke.com and trx250r.net, I am pretty active on E2S, but I haven't even posted on trx250r.net. I like the E2S site, lots of good info for us 2-stroke lovers.

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Just thought I would bring this topic back up , For the new fella's and gals to respond to.

By the way I still think ATVFAN reallySUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!

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I have never had a problem on ATVFAN. I guess I'm not as vocal as you! J/K The only bad thing I have to say about atvfan is...ENOUGH WITH THE CAN-AM TALK

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I have never had a problem on ATVFAN. I guess I'm not as vocal as you! J/K The only bad thing I have to say about atvfan is...ENOUGH WITH THE CAN-AM TALK
Also Roody's quote from dirtwheels for 98% of his answers.

By the way its not vocal. In this day and age , it's a good/bad habit of calling it how you see it.

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