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How old were you when you got your first ATV and what kind was it?

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Well, I got my first ATV when i was 11, it was a SunL. Chinese junk. Since then, I have picked up a 93 Blaster and a 95 Kawasaki Bayou. Both very nice quads.

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I was already old when atv came out !!:laugh:3 wheelers in the early 80`s :yes: quads in the 90`s 1989 LT 250R 2 stroke

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i started out with a 1988 yamaha warrior,bought a brand new 1990 quadzilla 500 in 90,and then i got out of it for a while due to the fact there was no place to ride,and now own two yamaha 660 raptors,and hope to buy a yamaha 700 raptor in the near future

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i started out with a 1988 yamaha warrior,bought a brand new 1990 quadzilla 500 in 90,and then i got out of it for a while due to the fact there was no place to ride,and now own two yamaha 660 raptors,and hope to buy a yamaha 700 raptor in the near future

I want a quadzilla :o how much did you pay for it?

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back then i paid 2500.00 out the door,and had to wait for them to put it together,if you are going to jump on a 500,you had better know what the hell you are doing,mine was clocked at 107mph in a quarter mile at a drag strip,so they are not for the weak at heart,or a newer rider

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Yeah and that's why I want one. I plan on dragging it just because. My friends think that their four strokes are soooo fast ;p

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I think i was about 13, and it was a 250 mojove i think that is how you spell it. LOL

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i started out with an eton 50 , for the kids [ yeah i used to ride it too , he he ] , then i got a honda [86 200] , and it just went on from there .

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started with a can-am rally when i was 13-14..then moved to a 03' arctic cat 400..then rebuilt a 94' polaris 400L a year ago

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Good to see you back outlander! :biggrin:

I started with a 1987 Yamaha Warrior when I was 23 or 24, which was 12 or 13 years ago for about $800. I rode some atvs that my friends had before that though. Then when I was 26 I bought a brand new Kawasaki Bayou 220. A couple of years later I went to a Yamaha Kodiak 450. Then a King Quad 700. Now have a Grizzly 660.

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didnt stat out on a quad... my first was an old(1975-1976) xr75 Honda dirtbike when i was 7-8 years old... Had a 65 two stroke and then bought my warrior and my banshee and now im back on a bike crf250r...

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Good to see you back outlander! :biggrin:

I started with a 1987 Yamaha Warrior when I was 23 or 24, which was 12 or 13 years ago for about $800. I rode some atvs that my friends had before that though. Then when I was 26 I bought a brand new Kawasaki Bayou 220. A couple of years later I went to a Yamaha Kodiak 450. Then a King Quad 700. Now have a Grizzly 660.

it's nice to be back Ajmboy...did you sell the king quad?

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Got my first quad when I was 9, it was an '85 Suzuki LT 125 Quadrunner, I hated that thing. My dad had an '86 LT 230S Quadsport, I loved that one, inherited it a few years later when my dad got an '89 LT 250R Quadracer. By then, I was more interested in the Quadracer than my Quadsport.

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My Grandparents bought me a brand new 1985 ATC 70 for Christmas back in 85' and I still have it to this very day. Been hooked ever since.

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I got a Yamaha Badger 80 when I was 6 and started riding sleds at 5. Now I am hooked, it just never ends...

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At the age of 17 I purchased 85 honda 250 fourtrax. Sold it in 87 to buy a left over 86 250 suzuki quad racer. In 1988 sold quad racer because of lack of places to ride. After several years gone by it was time for new toys. In 2004 got Honda cbr 600 then to Ninja 750 and finally 07 Suzuki 750 gxr. New Years eve of this year bought 2 2003 Honda 300 sportraxs for family fun. Finding places to ride in pa for free is like hitting the lottery but not going to give up trying lol.

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I was 21 and it was my brand new at the time 2008 KFX450R that I am racing up pikes peak at the end of this month. If I knew then what this ATV thing would have gotten me into:no:............................:laugh: great friends and great stories from the pit to the trails:biggrin:

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At the age of 17 I purchased 85 honda 250 fourtrax. Sold it in 87 to buy a left over 86 250 suzuki quad racer. In 1988 sold quad racer because of lack of places to ride. After several years gone by it was time for new toys. In 2004 got Honda cbr 600 then to Ninja 750 and finally 07 Suzuki 750 gxr. New Years eve of this year bought 2 2003 Honda 300 sportraxs for family fun. Finding places to ride in pa for free is like hitting the lottery but not going to give up trying lol.

Where in PA are you? I have friends that live in frakville and Barnsville that go out every weekend. All they pay is for gas.

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