building a youth ATV for racing

building a youth ATV for racing

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    building a youth ATV for racing

    My husband bought my son his first ATV before he could even walk. From the time he could hold himself upright on that ATV, he has been in love with the sport. Now that my son is 13, we spend a lot of time and money building his ATV for racing. My husband has spent a lot of time learning about the aftermarket parts to use to make my son's ATV the fastest and the safest on the track. Visit our blog to find out a little more about what we do to ensure his ATV gives him the advantages he needs to succeed.