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March 2011 ATV Photo Contest!

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March 2011 ATV Photo Contest

Theme: "Best Front Wheels Up" with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV.

* This can be a wheelie photo, front tires elevated or on something making them higher, or anything you can imagine that makes your front tires higher in the photo than your rear tires.

* Does not have to be your machine, but you must have ownership to the photo, consent from the owner of the machine to photograph it, and permission to use it on www.quadcrazy.com.

Prize: Rocky Mountain ATV $25 Gift Card

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Rules: Submit your "Best Front Wheels Up" with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV by entering it with a post, into this thread. (If you are not familiar with how to do this, visit the Learning Center) One photo per member allowed, so make sure it's a winner. You may submit photos that have not won past contests. Photos can be of yourself or taken by you. You may not submit photos that you do not have ownership of or permission to use. Any violation of these terms will result in disqualification.

NOTE: You MUST have a minimum post count of 10 to enter into the contest! We would like to see participation in our forums from all members who enter the contest.

Last day to enter a photo is March 27th.

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

Voting will end March 31st and the winner will be announced!

Good Luck!

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Didn't win the last one but I might as well try this one. :biggrin: My friend Chris from PA showing how its done.

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Edited by Jonny450R

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Pic my wife shot as I went by her. Added a little photoshoppage to remove the background color and brighten the red... little bit of blur effect too.

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My buddy peter showing you guys how we do it in Miami! :)

P.s: the no helmet deal was only because he was doing stunts hed done a million times before

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Edited by predrider305
Decided to change the picture

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Yeah, he was showing off for the video camera and we always ride the same street so we dont get in any trouble:) Thanks though for the comment

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Back when I first got the V. The front tires are slightly higher than the rears :laugh:

Thats over 800lbs flying though the air, hahahaha

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This is an older photo...but I always loved it. Straight up in the air after hitting the river bank trying to get over the crossing. The atv went straight up and this shot was caught before the flip back!

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This is an older photo...but I always loved it. Straight up in the air after hitting the river bank trying to get over the crossing. The atv went straight up and this shot was caught before the flip back!

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A back flip on 4X4 That must of been wet !!Love the pic

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This is an older photo...but I always loved it. Straight up in the air after hitting the river bank trying to get over the crossing. The atv went straight up and this shot was caught before the flip back!

2235-Flipping-ATV-Over.jpg

I bet the water was cold.:yes::wink:

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Back when I first got the V. The front tires are slightly higher than the rears :laugh:

Thats over 800lbs flying though the air, hahahaha

that landing had to hurt a little with the stock suspension though.

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