Tuesday, August 30, 2005
FLORIDA ATV CLUBS
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3 Legged Dawgs
11111 SW 111 Street
Miami, FL 33186
Phone: (786) 355-4519
Info: We consist of all 350X Honda's. Classic bikes. If you've got one, your in. From Fla. City, to Palm Beach County, to Naples. Mostly Muddin, no speed needed, just big tires and a lot of torque.
4 Wheelin For Fun
Tampa, Fl 33604
Info: We are looking for fun people and fun places to go we are 4-wheelin fools there are 6 adults and 3 kids so we try to make it a family fun kind of thing.
ATV BLUE RAPTOR
Port Charlotte, Fl 33980
Phone: (941) 916-5940
Info: Looking to start or join a 4-wheeler club. I ride at Croom's and Ocala National Forest...Adults-Family & Kids welcome. Lets do some riding (or) camping out. I have a Yamaha 660R Raptor. Please call or e-mail me. Need some buddies to ride with.
New Port Richey, FL 34654
Contact: ATV Riders
Info: Small group of people wanting to start a club in the Pasco area. So lets go riding!!!
ATV Trail Hogs
Ocala, FL 34470
Info: Looking for people in North Central FL to get together with and join a club...we have around 10-15.
25204 NW 79th Place
High Springs, FL 32643
Contact: Logan Hough
Info: We consist of 4 4wheelers and 2 dirt bikes and are steadily growing. We are located in north central Florida and we are not scared to get dirty. We are also interested in new places to ride.
St Cloud, FL 34772
Contact: Blue Simmons
Phone: (866) 4.ATV.TOUR
Fax: (407) 933.0535
Info: Offroad Adventure ATV Club in Central FL. Club Memberships available for FL residents. Local Transportation to trails. Various riding locations for all levels of riders.
Central Florida ATV Club
Mascotte, FL 34753
Contact: Joel Parilla
Info: We are looking for people of all ages and riding skills to join out club for rides twice a month in the central Florida area. ATV and dirtbikes welcome. Parents bring your children! This club is for everyone!! Email for further information.
Dirt Dogs ATV Club
Loxahatchee, FL 33470
Contact: Scott Patterson
Dirt-Wheelers ATV Club
Crestview, FL 32536
Phone: (850) 689-1484
Info: Our club is a family oriented club and has single, married, and family riders and members. We enjoy trail riding, camping, cookouts and just having a great time on our ATV's. If you are interested in joining us for a ride/campout or wanting to join an ATV club, contact me 850-689-1484 email@example.com.
Dirty Girls, The
285 Campbell Ranch Run
Geneva, FL 32732
Contact: Kristi Campbell
Info: Don't let the name fool ya. 20-30 of us, Women, men and kids. We camp, ride and have a great time. We have merchandise for sale and do local events. I am looking for an additional club to talk to about racing events. More info available at my website. We ride several places and are always looking for other places to ride and have fun.
Down & Dirty ATV Club
4667 Merrimac Ave.
Jacksonville, FL 32210
Phone: (904) 338-4145
Fax: (904) 389-2979
Info: We are looking to build the biggest ATV club in Florida. we are the only club with the "MUD LIFE " stickers a registered trademark of DOWN & DIRTY. We do night rides in Keystone, go riding/camping & fishing in Ocala. We will be posting a web site soon, with a calendar of events. For more info please contact Dustin.
East Coast Mud Nuts
Daytona Beach, FL 32127
Info: We're a small group of riders located in the Daytona Bch area who are interested in starting a riding group. We frequently ride our local spots such as LPGA Blvd., ERAU sand pit, the Powerlines in NSB and Scottsmore. We also ride twice a week on Thurs and Sundays in the Ocala National Forest. Anyone interested please feel free to contact. Website under construction.
East Marion ATV Trail RidersOcala, Fl 34470
Contact: Robbie Burnett
Info: Family Organization for spending time with family and friends doing what we like to do in the woods. "Get Dirty" Meeting every 2nd Wednesday at the East Marion Elem. School Baseball Field.
602 Se Portage Ave
Port St Lucie, FL 34984
Contact: James Griffith
Info: Florida ATV Riding Land for ATV enthusiasts, camping, racing, etc. Join us and purchase your own undivided share of Real Property that is yours to keep (sell, donate, will). We're on target to secure several - multi-hundred acre facilities throughout Florida. Come and sign up for your piece of the action.
Florida Youth ATV Racing
5247 27th St. SW
Lehigh Acres, FL 33971
Contact: Mike Miller
Phone: (239) 571-9605
Info: Wanting to start a racing club for SW Florida Youth. Also for families interested in camping and trail riding. Lots of trails in Lehigh and racetrack is across from my house. Need volunteers also to help with event.
Muddy Waters ATV Association, Inc.
1022 Angora Street
Deltona, FL 32725
Contact: Bj Johnson
Phone: (386) 860-9753
Info: The goal of our Association is to promote safe ATVing, preserve our environment, & protect our riding rights while helping our community. Oh yeah, we like to get MUDDY too! Currently we have 41 members and are always looking for more. We ride, Scottsmore, Georgia, Cocoa, Ocala and Crooms. Looking for new places to ride.
North Florida ATV Riders Club
9360-404 Craven Road
Jacksonville, FL 32257
Contact: Bob Murphy
Info: A riding club for trail riding to enjoy the forests. All are welcome but especially those over forty. Will meet once or twice a month. Ocala & Osceola National Forests & other locations in North & Central Florida. Lets get together. E-mail for more information.
North Florida Riders Association2310 Crawfordville Highway
Crawfordville, FL 32327
Contact: Damon Lee
Phone: (850) 926-4681
Info: N.F.R.A. is a group of people dedicated to atv-ing in north florida and south georgia with get-togethers, camping and group rides.http://www.northfloridaatv.org.
On All Fours
11021 Areca Drive
Port Richey, FL 34668
Phone: (727) 919-8307
Info: Looking to start a 4-wheeler club in Pasco area. For all ages who want to ride just for fun!
Poor Boys Toys ATV Club
Groveland, FL 34736
Contact: Dale Hager
Info: (Sport Quads) Fast pace riding. We ride in Ocala, Croom. Usually 1 or 2 times a month. Where in the South Lake area.
1412 Margaret St.
Tampa, FL 33619
Contact: Jorge and Javy
Phone: (813) 785-0003 or (813) 220-1311
Info: We are looking to make a group to ride. We have so far only 2 adults and 2 kids. Join us today.
Ride or Die
10001 NW 59 CT.
Broward County, FL 33076
Phone: (954) 818-1192
Info: There is three of us that ride regularly but I'm always looking for people to ride with. I have a YFZ450 and enjoy fast pace riding. We like to travel alot to ride in other parts of the state. Contact me if you want to join us. ATV's, Bikes, ATC's all welcome.
321 NW 31st
Miami, FL 33127
Contact: 305) 573-7557
Phone: (305) 573-7557
S.O.B.'s (Same Old Bunch)
P. O. Box 292
Indiantown, FL 34956
Contact: Becky Harrison
Phone: (772) 597-3987
Fax: 772) 597-3940
Info: S.O.B.'s (Same Old Bunch) on ATVs Indiantown, FL. We currently ride in Okeechobee, FL; New Smyrna Beach Pumpkin Run; River Ranch and Ocala National Forest. Not afraid to travel anywhere and ride. Some of us have rode Hatfields & McCoy Trails in West Virginia.
Southern Knights ATV Club
P.O. Box 277
Melbourne, FL 32902
Contact: Chris Haynes
Phone: (321) 725-1423
SouthRiders ATV Club
Miami, FL 33145
Info: We consist of about 15-20 riders. All types of quads from Yamaha to Honda's & Suzuki's. We mostly ride in and around South Florida but we make some trips up north sometimes.
Titusville, FL 32796
Phone: (321) 698-4248
Info: Stunt Riders is a club for those who like to catch huge air and bust out amazing tricks. If you like to do Wheelies, Ride Backwards, Get Huge Air, ETC... Then this club is definitely for you.
SW Florida Atv Riders Club
Cape Coral, FL 33904
Phone: (239) 540-4225
Info: If your interested in starting a club in the SW FL area to enjoy sport riding, sharing your experiences and ATV knowledge please contact me. All ages, singles or couples.
Ocala, FL 34420
Info: Group of people working in the medical field, interested in starting a riding club in the Marion County area. Nurses, medics, emt's, techs, fire rescue, and others. Family oriented, looking for new places to ride. Get together 2-3 times a month.
West Broward ATV Riding
4100 SW 53 Avenue
Davie, Fl 33314
Phone: (954) 583-5515
Info: We ride at Holy Land US 27 Broward and West Palm Beach County line 15 mile West of 27 next to pump station.
Work on it Together
Crawfordville, FL 32327
Info: Looking to start a new rider's club in Crawfordville/Tallahassee area. Please email if you are interested. We are 2 new riders both girls but guys are welcome as well. Just look-in for some buddies to have on the trail. The more the merrier!
ATVFlorida.com has been put together by ATV enthusiasts in Florida to help spread the word about the great world of ATVs and places to ride them. The one thing that seems to be missing in Florida when it comes to ATVs is a central place we can go to for ATV information. Not anymore! ATVFlorida.com is here!
The message forum is the best place to tell everyone about your new riding place, buy and sell ATVs, or discuss what's on your mind. We'd love to hear from you. Sign up on our message forum ASAP!
We have also put together an ATV News section to keep tabs on what is going on with ATVs and the state of Florida. Take a look at it and if you hear about anything news worthy, contact us so we can post it on the site.
Another great section on ATVFlorida.com is the Links section. There you will find Florida based ATV links and national links that will be of interest to an ATV enthusiast in Florida.
So take a look around and thanks for visiting ATVFlorida.com!
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Types of ATVs to Buy
Unless you like sport quads, if you live in the northern climates where you experience long snowy winters, getting a four-wheel drive quad is recommended.
Four-wheel-drive quads offer you year-round use of the machine.
Four-wheel-drive quads can travel in as much as 12" of snow while the two-wheel-drives can't move at all in that kind of depth.
If you live in a snow-free environment, four-wheel-drive isn't absolutely necessary unless you frequent deep mud holes and swamps.
A four-wheel-drive adds an element of security when mudding through the backwoods far from home and makes for more controlled hill climbing and hill descending.
If you can swing the extra money, go for the four-wheel-drive.
If you ride moderate terrain our two-wheel drives are fine.
Sport quads are the fastest and lightest machines. They have two or four stroke engines that are highly tuned for maximum performance. They have either five or six gears with a manual clutch and most come equipped with reverse.
The gear ratios tend to be higher, meaning that the middle to upper part of the power band is where all the power is.
The long-travel suspension systems are dialed in to handle hard landings from jumps. Steering is quick and responsive.
Body plastic is small and getting muddy is a way of life for the sport quad rider. Racks are non-existent and viewed as excess weight for jumping purposes.
Weight is an important factor.
Sport quads are smaller than utility machines and take a little longer to learn how to ride. Most sport quads ATV's are 2 wheel drive and chain driven although we have new models that are available in SHAFT Drive.
Examples of sport quads are Yamaha's Banshee and Honda's 400EX. If you like fast trail riding and getting big air, this is the quad category for you. Sport quads offer riding fun in varying degrees. The more money and riding experience you have, the bigger machine you should get.
Automatic or Gear-Shifted
All of the manufacturers offer at least one quad with an automatic transmission. All of the automatic ATVs on the market (except Honda's Rubicon) are belt-driven. Automatic transmissions are nice to trail ride with and have been greatly improved over the last two years, but they don't offer engine compression braking to the degree that geared machines do. This is important when descending steep hills, as the engine compression is also holding you back rather than the brakes alone. If it's a downhill with small round boulders, brakes tend to lock up the tires easier than compression braking, which may cause a downhill slide--not a good situation. On the other hand, automatics are great for going up hills. There's no delay in downshifting like on geared machines and the transmission stays in the meat of the power band. Unless you want to be replacing belts, get a geared machine if you'll be frequently towing. Get the gears if you plan on a lot of utility-type work with the quad or routinely ride steep terrain. Get the automatic if you're not comfortable with all the shifting.
Source: ATV Connection Magazine
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Extreme Motor Sales- Kids ATV's & Dirt Bikes
Youth ATVs are designed for riders under the age of 18.
These vehicles are available in different sizes, each being equipped with the appropriate power level for specific age groups.
When choosing between Youth ATVs , take into consideration both the age of the rider and their experience with ATVs in general.
The size guidelines for ATVs for kids are as follows: for riders age 6 years and older-under 70cc, 12 years and older-70-90cc, 16 years and older-over 90cc.
Youth ATVs not only provide young riders with a source of fun and excitement, they also provide children the opportunity to learn how to ride a vehicle responsibly and skillfully. Remember that ATVs are not toys; riders under 16 should never ride unsupervised.
These vehicles can provide young riders a positive learning experience that they will never forget.
ATV (All Terrain Vehicle): Commonly known as a 4 wheeler or Quad. Also includes 3 wheelers.
CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission): A fully automatic transmission made up of two variable width pulleys and a belt.
Four-Stroke: An engine type with valves and cam(s) that produces combustion every four piston strokes.
Hydraulic Disc Brake: Stops the ATV by forcing brake fluid through lines when the brake lever is pulled. The fluid actuates the brake pads that contact a rotating rotor or disc to stop the ATV.
Independent Rear Suspension: This means each rear wheel is suspended and moves independent of the other.
Limited Slip: A type of differential which allows the wheels (front or rear) to spin at different speeds.
Mechanical Drum Brakes: Stops the quad when a brake lever is pulled which in turn pulls a cable which activate shoes that contact the interior of the drum.
Plastic: commonly refers to the body on an ATV.Quad: Alternative name for an ATV with 4 wheels.
Skidplates: Plates that protect the underside of your ATV.
Sport ATV: Generally refers to a 2WD ATV without cargo racks that is built for performance.
Sport/Utility or Utility: A 2WD or 4WD ATV with racks that is suited for limited sport riding and work related activities.
Swingarm: The pivoting support that connects the rear axle and shock absorber to the ATV frame.
Tear-Offs: Strips of clear plastic that are connected to your goggles. These should be removed when they become dirty.
Two-Stroke: A type of engine with valves and cam(s) that produces combustion every two piston strokes. The fuel used in this type of engine requires a gas and oil mixture.
Wheelbase: The distance from the center of the front wheel hub to the center of the rear wheel hub.
Whip or Flag: A long, flexible rod with a flag at the top.
Liquid Cooled: A radiator is used to cool off the engine with coolant, sometimes also OIL Cooled is used.
Air Cooled: A fan is used to cool off the engine.
Be sure to obey trail markers and closure signs at all times. There are several reasons why an area may be closed to ATVs including a fire hazard, refuge to wildlife or plant life, or safety hazards for ATV riders. The reasons may not be immediately obvious. If an area is posted as closed, stay out. Do your best to keep your ATV quiet. ATVs are designed to be reasonably quiet while still delivering high performance, smooth engine torque and spark suppression. Unnecessary noise stresses wildlife, and annoys other recreation users and property owners . Excessive noise contributes to your own riding fatigue which means the less noise you make, the farther you can ride comfortably. Before riding a trail, learn about the area you will ride in. Get maps of the area, and stay on trails if they are provided. You may want to contact the public land manager or private property owner to make certain that you are aware of area restrictions and have permission to ride there.
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ATV Safety Tips
Safety Tips for all ATV Riders
Do not carry passengers. ATVs are designed for one person.
Wear a helmet with eye protection.
Wear non-skid, closed toe shoes.
Wear long pants and a long-sleeve shirt.
Do not ride on public roads or at night.
Never use a 3-wheeler. They are unsafe and no longer manufactured.
Attend an ATV driver’s safety course.
Why are kids injured so often?
- No helmet use.
- Carrying one or more passengers.
- Lack of mature judgment.
- Lack of adequate strength and coordination.
- ATV too big for their size.
Note: Our kids ATV Products start with a 50cc four-stroke engine with a top speed of 20mph. Our products range from kid ATV's from 50cc to adults 750cc 4x4 4 wheeler atv
Below are the recommended sizes for children of various ages:
Under 70 cc ~ 6 Years and Older
70 – 90 cc ~ 12 Years and Older
Over 90 cc ~ 16 Years and Older
Please always wear an approved protective helmet and other protective gear.
Children should use motorized ATVs only after they receive instruction under adult and parental supervision and only when they are old enough to safely handle them.
Although a six-year-old may be the recommended age to ride a particular size ATV, not all children have the strength, skill or judgment needed to operate one.
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Be Safe! Use ATV Safety Gear when riding
- Helmet - Most important piece of protective clothing, never drive an ATV without wearing a helmet.
- Goggles- Protect your eyes; always wear eye protection when operating an ATV.
- Gloves - Protects your hands from scratches, and keeps hands dry / warm, and better gripping.
- Boots - Protects your ankles, keeps your feet dry from water, mud, snow you may go through.
- Jacket - Protects your arms and body against cuts, bruises and scratches caused by tree limbs, rocks, etc.
- Long Pants - Protects your legs against engine and exhaust burns, also protects your legs against cuts, bruises and scratches by rocks and limbs.
- Chest Protector- protects your chest and rib cage. This is a vital part to protect you if you have an accident.
At Extreme Motor Sales, we strive to make your ATV experience a safe and enjoyable one. We have Zeus Helmets , O' Neil Gear, and all protective clothing to make your kids safe in their ATV hobby.
Thursday, August 25, 2005
High Gas prices drive even higher scooter sales at www.extrememotorsales.com
With gas prices soaring, it is driving more comsumers to buy Gas Scooters, www.extrememotorsales.com is seeing a big increase in 125cc / 150cc scooter sales.
(PRWEB) August 24, 2005 -- With Gas prices reaching $3.00 per gallon for REGULAR unleaded (AND RISING), it's no wonder that people are turning to alternative methods of transportation. We have seen a recent surge of 125cc / 150cc Moped Scooter sales at http://www.extrememotorsales.com. Customers main reason? Can't afford increase in gas prices! With our line of scooters and motorcycles seen at http://www.extrememotorsales.com/scooters.htm, customers see the value in saving money at the pump and choose to go around town via SCOOTERS. A lot has changed in the style and comfort of scooters (moped) since Vespa introduced their first line in 1946. With new designs and continued hike in gas prices, you should expect to see a lot more scooters on the road.
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Buying Kids and ATV doesnt have to cost an arm & a leg!
Kids ATVs - #1 online ATV and dirt bike dealer selling kids 50cc ATVs to adult 750cc 4x4 ATVs without breaking the bank.
(PRWEB) August 25, 2005 -- ExtrememotorSales.com (www.extrememotorsales.com) is a new site dedicated to the recreational and racing use of ATVs and dirt bikes. One of the best ways to get away from the stressful pace of our everyday lives is to go ATVing. It's a fun and exciting way to enjoy the outdoors and meet with family and friends. ExtrememotorSales.com is helping to spread the word about the great world of ATVs and dirt bikes. Another great section on ExtrememotorSales.com is the links section located at http://www.extrememotorsales.com/Links.htm. There, customers will find ATV links that will be of interest to other ATV enthusiast's worldwide. If users would like to exchange links, they can contact the company.
Coming Soon: ExtrememotorSales.com will have an ATV News section to keep tabs on what is going on with ATVs. Take a look at it and if you hear about anything news worthy, contact us so we can post it on the site. According to recent polls, there are more people buying ATVs now than ever before. In many cases, spending in excess of $2200.00 for a 50cc branded name ATV & also incurring endless finance charges. Because consumers see that they can buy a Chinese import 50cc kid's ATV for under $800, saving $1,400, more people are buying off brand ATV's. http://www.extrememotorsales.com.
Why buy from Extreme Motor Sales? The company carries a full line of ATVs, dirt bikes, scooters, go carts and much more for all off-roading needs.
Extreme Motor Sales' experienced sales staff is trained to assist customers in finding the right ATV to fit their needs and budget. With guaranteed lowest pricing, Extreme Motor Sales offers the opportunity to save money while also enjoying "family time." With Extreme Motors, customers can virtually buy two or three ATVs for the same price of a branded name such as Suzuki, Honda, Polaris or Yamaha. For more information on our product line, please visit http://www.extrememotorsales.com.
Tuesday, August 02, 2005
ATV Riding Guide for Kids, Teens, and Adults
Do a pre-ride inspection before using an ATV. This inspection should include checking tires, throttle cable, front and rear brakes, lights and switches, oil and fuel, chain, and the chassis for any defects or wear.
• To turn an ATV, keep most of your body weight on the outside foot peg and lean your upper body into the turn.
• When climbing hills, shift your body weight forward by leaning to keep the front wheel(s) on the ground.
• If stopped while going uphill, do not apply the rear brake. Get off the machine and turn it around to proceed down the hill.
• When going down hills, keep the engine running and in gear, apply the rear brake and avoid sharp turns.
• Avoid “side hill” situations. When they are unavoidable, lean into the hill.
• As a last resort to avoid an impending collision, roll off the vehicle and kick yourself free of it.
• Do not allow extra riders on the ATV.
Below are more descriptive tips on how to ride your ATV through different types of terrains.
Crossing Obstacles:Often you'll have more success climbing over obstacles by approaching them straight on. This holds true for downed trees as well as some stair step hill climbing. With 4X4 ATV's, approach very slowly, and once the wheels are touching, give enough throttle to slowly crawl over the obstacle. When your front wheels pass over the obstacle, keep the momentum going so your rear tires will make it also. Or you may end up sitting on your skid plate, not being able to move forward or backward.
Don't go over a hill:Always climb straight up or straight down a hill. Never try to climb at an angle. And do not try to traverse a hill. Your ATV's weight and the spinning wheels can cause you to slide further sideways than you intended. Depending on the steepness of the slope, sliding sideways can cause an ATV to start rolling.
Stream Crossing:Cross streams as slowly as possible, creating the least amount of disturbance. Do not cross at speeds that will create "rooster-tails" of water. Always' determine the depth prior to crossing, and know how high your ATV's air intake snorkel is, and never drive up or down a stream. Driving up or down a stream needlessly stirs up dirt and silt, and disturbs the streams' ecology. Cross either at a 90 degree angle to the direction of the stream, or head slightly upstream.
Turning around:Never attempt to turn around on a steep narrow trail. If the terrain is unstable and your ATV gets sideways, there's a dangerous possibility that it could start rolling. If you fail to climb the hill, grab your brakes very hard immediately. If possible, put it in reverse, and let the engine compression and front brakes slow you while you back straight back down the hill.
Don't follow closely:When riding difficult terrain, don't follow the ATV in front of you too closely. If the terrain is challenging, the ATV in front of you may need to stop and back up. Sometimes the vehicle in front of you may even slide backward.
Be aware of what’s ahead:If at all possible, know what to expect from the trail you're riding on, and how difficult it is prior to you getting there. If you're not sure of the trail conditions, be prepared for the worst.
Source: North Shore ATV Club
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ATV RIDERS...FIND SPONSORS FOR 2005 ON SPONSORHOUSE.COM
SponsorHouse.com was designed to help educate riders about sponsorship and marketing while you create your own online resume and profile for potential sponsors to peruse.
The list of companies that have partnered with SponsorHouse includes some of the largest players in the industry; names such as Maxima, Scott USA, Yoshimura, IMS, M2R Helmets, Twin Air, Moose Racing and a host of others who are expanding their teams while making an effort to simplify there sponsorship programs.
No longer do riders need to print out individual resumes, search for contact information, and then send via snail mail. SponsorHouse now makes virtually all the major players in the ATV industry available in one easy to use location.
Similarly, companies no longer have to deal with processing each resume manually and replying traditionally via mail. SponsorHouse eliminates all this through its website, while providing a quick and easy to use solution for riders seeking support and companies who need a more efficient solution for the future.
“We had such an overwhelming response from both the sponsors and riders and decided made it official last month,” Says Scott Tilton, co-founder and CEO of SponsorHouse, Inc. “This is the sponsorship season for riders looking to ink deals for 2005. With each company reviewing information on their own, the dates vary, but the busiest time is now”.
As a new supporter of the ATVA and ATV industry, SponsorHouse.com will award56 FREE annual memberships to each class winner at this weekend’s banquet.“Our goal is to bring as much exposure and support to ATV racers as possible and starting with rewarding riders at this year’s banquet is our first step in doing this.” said Scott Tilton.
All riders are suggested to get online and sign up for the program as soon as they can so that they don’t miss out on any companies filling there 2005 sponsorship programs. SponsorHouse.com can be found on the Internet at www.sponsorhouse.com and telephone inquires should be directed to 888.8-RIDESH. Companies interested in getting involved should call 760.722.3396.
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Parents Ask: What Size ATV or Dirt Bike Should My Kid Ride?
First of all, TRAIN your children! Work with them until they are comfortable, until YOU are comfortable. Remember that they are new to riding and that these are NOT Toys. Always use caution. Have fun but also be safe!
Secondly,you should always make sure your child rides a vehicle that is the correct size for their age and experience level. Now you are asking yourself "What size should my child ride?" What size ATV your child should ride depends on how big they are, but typically an http://www.extrememotorsales.com/70.htm under 70cc is recommended for children between the ages of 6 and 12.
A reputable ATV dealer can help you answer the question "What size ATV should my kid ride" quite effectively. If you bring your child with you when you plan to purchase the child-size ATV, the dealer can help you assess the correct size for your kid by observing how the child measures up to the different sizes and styles of ATVs available. Always listen to your child (Within Reason, of course). If they tell you they don't feel comfortable on a particular vehicle or they look awkward, move on. It's never worth the risk of injury to save a few dollars on a cheaper size or model. Always buy the correct size for today.
Another equally important question than "What size ATV should my child ride?" is "What protective ATV gear should my kids wear?" http://www.extrememotorsales.com/sizechart.htm
Helmets are 100% a must have. And do not buy a cheap helmet! Your kids head is worth more than that! We always get asked: "What is the cheapest helmet that you can sell me for my kid"? ARE YOU SERIOUS? Be Smart- Be Protected!
We offer DOT and SNELL Helmets at discounted prices. Always get a name brand helmet. It could save your life! http://www.extrememotorsales.com/gear.htm
Always Check out ATV websites or safety training courses for guides to proper protective gear.
ATV'S & Dirt Bike's make great gifts!
* Do you have a hunter on your gift list? True hunters will hunt religiously every season. For the hunter who goes after big game, it can be difficult carrying the prize from the forest. People who, due to illness or injury, cannot carry heavy loads may have to give up their hobby due to increased risks. An ATV for sale offers these people an opportunity to enjoy their hobby without added strain. ATVs are commonly used by hunters to cover rough forest terrain as well as to carry game back to the campsite. Look at our 260cc Hunter ATV: http://www.extrememotorsales.com/av260.htm or our 325cc http://www.extrememotorsales.com/extreme325.htm available in Artillery Green!
* Any farmers needing gifts this year? ATVs for sale mean getting across farm land, transporting tools easily, and getting messages to farm help faster and safer. An ATV on a farm allows the farm to run more smoothly with increased ability for communication. ATVs with special hookups for hauling, spreading, and spraying provide function and economy.
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* Hobbies & Recreation activities are an important part of life! Hobbies and recreation activities afford that special person on your list much needed time to unwind, exercise, and release stress from a busy work week. An ATV for sale might mean your loved one takes more time to relax in nature, get acquainted with the surroundings, or challenge their skills on new trails and rides. A healthy hobby like ATV riding can be good for mental and physical health. Look at our Raptor ATV: http://www.extrememotorsales.com/ex150atv.htm
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Proper ATV Riding Apparel. What to wear?
When it comes to what is proper ATV riding apparel, there are six distinct areas to consider. Here, we address the basics for what you need to know about proper ATV riding apparel:
What is proper ATV riding apparel for my head?
What is proper ATV riding apparel for my body?
When you ride your ATV, you should wear a long sleeved shirt and long pants to protect your skin from flying debris or from scrapes if you endure a fall. Long sleeves and long pants also protect against sunburns. Wearing brightly colored clothing also helps, as you can be seen from far away.http://www.extrememotorsales.com/clothing.htm#jersey. It is our highest recommendation that all children who ride, be required to wear a CHEST Protector. This as well as a helmet is by far the most life saving gear to wear! Be smart! Be protected!
What is proper ATV riding apparel for my hands?Always wear rugged ATV gloves. They give you a firmer, more secure grip on the handle bars and controls of your ATV. They also protect the skin on your hands in the event of a fall and from flying debris.
What is proper ATV riding apparel for my feet?
Boots with low heels that fit over your calf are the best choice, as they keep your feet from slipping off the footrests, even if it's raining and slick. You don't have to buy special ATV boots, but make sure the ones you pick are sturdy.
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