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I am checking in with all you ladies to see how we are doing here in this section. Welcome to all of you I have not welcomed in the past. Any feedback for us is greatly appreciated.

Fox300exchic and NEWCRIDER, are you both around?

Freakin Stalker!!!!!!!

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04 yfz450 LE. just got all of her stuff put on, new +2 rear axle, new protapers, cam mod, vapor computer system etc. i ride dunes/track/ trails.. whatever!

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yeah, i would really love to but as of right now only my boyfriend/friends supports me. No one else does in the fam, plus with him racing i just haven't got the time! but when i get older and can fully support my own career you bet i'll be out there!

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do you work? I don't know what kinda racing you have out there, what your boyfriend races, or what not...

but once you get out there and race, you'll see how awesome it is, and people will start to support you more...that's how it went for me. If you need any advice/help, let me know :)

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My name is Linda, I grew up in the Cali Desert with OHV's of all sorts! Horses too!

We now live in the Arkansas Ozarks. Definitely different terrain, But I do love the challenges of the mountain trails here!

My ride is an 1987 Bayou 300! I like it when people shake their head and say "Hmmm, I don't know!"

Yeah, whatever! Just go!

Anyway, We have 1 son and grandson that live in Washington.

My hubby and I have been together for 22 years!

Just wanted to say Hi!

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Ha ive been on here for almost a year and havent posted in here yet.

I have a 1997 YFM350x Warrior. I bought it very very very used in march, tore it down to the frame and me and my hunny gave it an amazing makeover. I LOVE IT!!!!!!! It came out better than expected. Im so glad i got the opportunity to take it apart because i learned so much. :yes:

I live in upstate new york . Ive lived up here all my life....when i was a kid riding around here was great, all kinds of trails etc.... NOW...not so much....all the trails are gettin closed down, pretty much the only place you can ride legally is on a track...sad but true. You are required to register and insure your quad in new york...they say the money is supposed to go towards trails......havent seen that happen yet....

I work as a licensed veterinary technician in cat only hospital. Im not married yet but im with the "one" :) No kids unless you count my 3 cats.

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awesome info everyone :)

we have a new puppy!!! soooo now we have two babies, Riley and Jackson! Oh, and as if I don't talk about him enough in the other forums, I'm happily married to a RACERboy :)

He got me into quads and racing....we're the only married racing couple I know and I couldn't be more proud!

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