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QUADCRAZY is looking for group photos of our members to highlight on our main page of the site. If you have a group shot of you and your friends that is ATV related, please submit it here or e-mail it to [email protected] to be considered for a front page spot! We are looking for pictures that show actual members in the community.

A few requirements:

1. High resolution photo in .gif, .jpg, or .psd format.

2. Must have an ATV theme (with atv, wearing racing gear, holding helmet, etc.)

3. Must allow QUADCRAZY to use the photo, and edit as needed to fit dimensions.

So let's see them photos, and be the face of QUADCRAZY!

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Me on the Left about 26 or so yrs ago....LOL

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Will any of those work???? Could be good for 7 Months....Ill get a New one for ya this month in Oregon.....:wink:

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I've never seen so many trikes in one place, crazy bastards.

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I've never seen so many trikes in one place, crazy bastards.

Thats Probably because your so Far Behind us you cant See....

However,,,,,If you EVER come up on someone with this on their Rear Grab.....You have Accomplished something....

Raggg.jpg:laugh: :laugh: :laugh::eek:

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I think that my CR500 powered "golf cart", as you call it, can keep up! Even with the extra wheel.

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Well then,,,,,Let me invite you to ANY of our Rides Above.....Check us out at 3wheeler.org and go to places to ride and Keep yourself up to date.....Next ride is Sept 20 Spinreel Or. Just outside Coos Bay.....Golf Carts are Welcome....Sandwizards will be there as well....Great Group Ride and Nice People.....

GET IT RAGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!

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MWKE, those pics are very powerful. Are they copyrighted? I'm sure.

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Do you have these uploaded in your picture gallery of this site? If not, maybe upload them and we'll feature them in the gallery.

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Just noticed you are in Washington.....You are VERY CLOSE to the Sand.....No Excuses!!!!

This is true, there is sand to the south and to the east. The 20th is on a thurs, I have tues and wed off so that is when I make any trips to ride out of town. The bike is in pieces right now but I should have it back together in about 2 weeks. I will probably take a trip down to Oregon soon after, been too long since I have seen the sand.

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We have received some great pictures via e-mail. We'll have them posted up in our gallery and featured. Thank you to all who have sent in their pictures!

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