quadcrazy

Make your own Rider Group!

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You can make your own "Rider Group" under the "Groups" tab. You can make a group for you location or interests. Invite people to your group and be the "Head" of the group (facilitator) ! Start your own ATV group on QuadCRAZY today!!!

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Let's get some Groups going!!! Start your own local groups, share riding info...etc!!!

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That would be Great.....

However....There is NO FREAKIN TRAFFIC here....:sad:

Great Site...Almost 200 Members but there isnt any Chatter..I know...They are all in their Garage tryin to figure out how to Remove that Extra GOLF CART WHEEL.....:tongue::bowl::dizzy:

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Yes, yes...there isn't much chatter and we're off to a slow start. But, we are confident that the community will grow and could use all the help anyone could give by spreading the word. Give it some time, the community is only a few months old.

Thanks for the support!!!

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well we are rolling great now and need more groups ... so im bring-n this up again ...

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i'm the only one here from fort mac, so i'll be the prez and i'll try to enlist some of my riding buddies. gotta think of a cool name and logo too .... hmmm

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