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ATV riding on public secondary roads Does your state allow it

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Old 10-05-2017, 09:15 AM
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I've owned everything from a Honda Recon up to the Brute Force 650 I have now. While I like the power and speed of the bigger displacement machines, the smaller quads are definitely fun too. I think eventually she will want to ride in places other than around the neighborhood. The small size makes for quite a nimble machine in tight trails. And a lot less weight to muscle around too, even without power steering. And for a smaller rider they are a better fit ergonomically. They tend to really sip fuel too so you can go pretty far on a tank.
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Old 10-06-2017, 07:58 PM
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I've owned everything from a Honda Recon up to the Brute Force 650 I have now. While I like the power and speed of the bigger displacement machines, the smaller quads are definitely fun too. I think eventually she will want to ride in places other than around the neighborhood. The small size makes for quite a nimble machine in tight trails. And a lot less weight to muscle around too, even without power steering. And for a smaller rider they are a better fit ergonomically. They tend to really sip fuel too so you can go pretty far on a tank.
I hope she likes it.
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