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BerryBeezy

New from Mississippi

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Who am I in the world of ATVs?

Own: none

Total ride time: about 20 hours

Last time I rode: around 2003

BUT I'm about to jump head first into this 4 wheeler thing. I'm looking for a new hobby to get me out of the house. I grew up in the woods so I'm not a stranger to the outdoors. I do have a lot of questions but since this is the welcome post I won't clog it with a bunch of newbie stuff!

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY! Do you want a utility quad or a sport quad?

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Because I think a utility may be built a little tougher Im going with that even though I know the sports have a lot of get up and go!

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Welcome to Quad Crazy !! Theres lots of great people on here to get you going in the right direction. utility quads can break just as easy as sport quads can. its all in how well they are taken care of and how hard you ride them. my suggestion is to stay with the major brand quads don t buy any off brand . they are not made as good.

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What part of Mississippi are you from? We ride at Burr Bottom near Corinth from time to time. There is also a place called Hawk Pride in Tuscumbia Alabama. Hit me up sometime!

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