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Oklahoma Dirt-Slingers

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We are a group of friends that ride and/or race ATV's and dirt bikes. We are not considered a "Club", because we do not charge membership fees. This also eliminates the drawbacks to joining a "Club" such as the "Club Politics". We take pride and promote the sport of Off-Roading/Atving. Our riders/racers are located around NE Oklahoma, but we welcome anyone that wants to join us. If you're new or old to the sport, ride a dirt bike, sport quad, or utility quad your welcome to browse our sites and join us anytime.

We have this forum and two websites - www.dirt-slingers.com and www.oklahomadirtslingersracing.com. We created these sites to help connect people with the same interests. We have listed events, information, and places to ride.

If you would like more information, log on to the forum or email me at [email protected]


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Sites look very cool. I am hoping to make it to Little Sahara this year. I want to ride on sand so bad and I believe it is closest place to me.

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Guest richm_ptsi

I would appreciate help in finding a stolen ATV. We are from out of town, but the ATV was stolen in Oklahoma City, so it may very well turn up there on the tracks/trails. Thanks so much for your help.

2007 Honda TRX 450 ER

Black/red flames

Red frame

VIN number: JH2TE32727K002283

Stolen from the bed of a pickup. It was chained to the pickup and to ramps. Ramps and nerf bars were stolen, also.

Owner: Eric Mariconda


email: [email protected]

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