Well to be honest I do not ride much in the winter and I just bought them in Jan. So I have just really rode around the yard so far with them. Not really to much to tell how I like them yet. Had some MudRunners on my Rancher that I sold and I do know that just around the yard and my house I do like the ride much better in the HoleShots. Guess I will just have to wait for the weather to break, I hope I can...lol
Hey Mathew I see you live in St. Peters. Where do you ride most of the time? Me and my wife usally drive down Chadwick Mo. Some good rock crawling over there but I am always interested in some good ridding areas that are not to far for me.
well at st. joe and finger lakes there is some motels close by or you camp right there!.... at those 2 places there is alot of trails and climbing and some sand.... Kentucky is awesome! you can camp right at the park.... and riding conditions... just about anything you want!!! Kentucky is about the most extreme place ive been!.....
Well its sunday and im here on the computer and have to go and change the oil on my work car. Have a few other things to do in the garage while I lokk at two brand new Grizzly's wishing my trails were open and it was not raining(lol). Anyway hope you guys had fun and let me know how those HoleShot ties did Matthew501.
Well the ride yesterday was great!... thanks to the tires!... I like the Holeshots better than i do the 27 Mudlites!!!... the Holeshots have better handling and agility!... better response, and alot easier to steer and move around!!... i'm seriously thinking of selling my 27's now!!!
do any body have any information about this place. Is there camping. If so what condition? what type of riding? What is the cost for an out of state quad? What ever you can provide would be great....
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