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Hello. Just started riding about 3 months ago. Was using my boyfriend's dad's Grizzly (love that machine) but purchased a new Polaris Sportsman 570 in June. We just took a vacation to Nova Scotia with our 4-wheelers, had a blast! My boyfriend has a King Quad and has been riding for years. He took me on a ride several years ago and scared the crap out of me so I thought I'd never get on one again. But once I got on his dad's a few months ago, I was hooked. He works nights and not a set schedule so this is something we can do when we are both off (or I play hooky from work..). Just starting to get into it and LOVE it! Did some scary stuff on vacation but my boyfriend said I did a lot of stuff guys wouldn't even do. Gotta love that. Anyway, just wanted to connect with some other lady riders.

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We have renamed the She Rides forum to the Women ATV Rider Forum 😁

 

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On 3/20/2017 at 1:21 PM, quadmaniac said:

Where are the ladies at? 

Good question. Where are all our sister ATV riders? Sites used to have a lot more for women ATVers, maybe it's dying out for gals...or they don't like quadcrazy 😂

 

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I am a 63 year young "Nana" who rode when I was younger, then my kids rode.  I still like the breeze in my hair now and then. Mostly I try to keep something around and running for my 5 grandboys.

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On 8/8/2018 at 10:04 AM, nlee said:

I am a 63 year young "Nana" who rode when I was younger, then my kids rode.  I still like the breeze in my hair now and then. Mostly I try to keep something around and running for my 5 grandboys.

That's pretty cool, what do you keep around for the grandboys, got anything good? Welcome to QUADCRAZY Nana!

On 8/29/2018 at 10:01 AM, Kate McDermott said:

Hello.  I'm in a part of MA that is not quad friendly, so I ride mostly in NH.  

Welcome to QUADCRAZY Kate!

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