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Happy new year!!!!!!!!

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:wink: I want to wish all my QuadCrazy friends an awesome New Year. :yes: I am looking forward to pictures and videos of all the new adventures you all have throughout this coming year. Keep it fun and keep it safe. Happy New Year Everyone.:hug::cheer::cheer::cheer:

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Thanks wylde1, wishing you and your family, and everyone here the best this year. I hope you pick up more sponsors this year and have a banger year with your celeb status !!

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Thanks wylde1, wishing you and your family, and everyone here the best this year. I hope you pick up more sponsors this year and have a banger year with your celeb status !!

Thanks Ox. The last couple years have been tough for me:mad: Lots of setbacks, but I am looking pretty good for this year. I only have 4 sponsors, Oneal, Livewire Energy, EKS brand goggles and optics, and EVS sports. I can concentrate on doing a good job for them.:yes: I am gonna give it Hell any way you look at it.

You and your family have an awesome New Year and keep up the awesome work here on QuadCrazy.:wink:

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