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November 2009 ATV Video Contest Vote!

November 2009 ATV Video Contest Vote!  

19 members have voted

  1. 1. November 2009 ATV Video Contest Vote!

    • Stoopidbot1
    • Catharpin
    • wylde1
    • mywifeknowseverythin
    • Holeshotr15
    • DrtyGrlKristin
    • scuzz
    • bhark24
    • swampcat07
    • Trav_450R

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November 2009 ATV Video Contest

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Theme: "Best Video" with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV.

* Video MUST be uploaded to QUADCRAZY here.

* Your video should not be longer than 4 minutes.

* Your post entry must include the video url page and a description of your video.

* One video per entry.

Prize: ATV&SXS Illustrated and UTV OffRoad Magazine Subscriptions

Please visit our sponsors: ATV&SXS Illustrated and UTV OffRoad Magazine

Voting will take place for the last 4 days of November to determine the winner.


TRX450 80MPH » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


Yamaha big bear ATV in the creek going deep » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


insane1 » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


Trike Fest Rampage 07 » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


Daves Video » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


Drtgrlkristin Muddin' » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


Danny Skims 400 Feet at Sand Hill ATV in Wiggins, MS » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


dale sinks ATV » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


Quad ATV Best of Mud Bogs, Boulders, and Blunders » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community


Honda 450R Wheelie » ATV Videos » QUADCRAZY ATV Community

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All good videos, LOVE the wheelie footage Trav! That's one hell of a wheelie ride!

But, all the guys were talkin shit to Stoopidbot when I was getting ready to go thru this mud pit saying I wasn't going to make it.....WHATEVA!!!! LOL! So that's why you all should vote for me, cuz I rock and I'm a girl!

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Congratulations scuzz! Great video! I've seen snowmobiles do that, but never an atv.

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