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How many of you (non-street-legal) riders have trails, roads, or other methods that allow you to ride your Grizzly to your job?
In my township, all county roads are open to ATVs, but not state roads. I only have about a 6 mile commute normally, but have to take a few detours on the ATV to avoid state highways, and then through some business parking lots (we're all real friendly in our small community and riding through isn't a problem). I gave it a go for the first time today only because there was a nice packed snow covering on all the roads from yesterday's snowfall. I won't do it on bare pavement. Oh, and the temp this morning was 6 deg F. I would have done it yesterday but the morning temp was below zero.
 

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@2wheelATV, that is so frigging cool. I wish I could do that here. There are actually getting to be quite a few communities in Maine that a person could do that. The number of towns that recognize how much money ATV'ers bring in are opening up roads and streets to "ATV Access" especially in central, western and northern Maine. It won't happen here on the coast, too many "anti-everything" people have moved in.
 

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Well....I made it in to work. But I go home for my lunch break each day to let my dog out. Got about half way home with the Grizzly and I lost power like I was out of gas, came to a stop, and Grizzly engine shut itself down. It failed to start again! (I was not out of gas) I had to call my boss who came and got me and took me home where I got my trailer and went back and got it. Yes, I had to leave it on the side of the road.
I'll start a new thread about the possible issues. It's a 2017.
 

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Would luv to do this as i only work 2km from home (no i'm not walking that's why they make car's n bike's) but of cause everything is illegal here to especially having fun on ya grizz.
 
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@2wheelATV, It won't happen here on the coast, too many "anti-everything" people have moved in.
Same thing here in Nova Scotia Canada.. Way to many "Everything Haters". We're lucky we can still find a few wooded spots to ride. The Soggy Sneaker groups have rallied and protested the fun right out of this Province.
 
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Same thing here in Nova Scotia Canada.. Way to many "Everything Haters". We're lucky we can still find a few wooded spots to ride. The Soggy Sneaker groups have rallied and protested the fun right out of this Province.
@Madkawi750, "Soggy Sneaker Group", Bahhh, Haaaa, Haaaa, Haaaa! That's perfect! I love it!!!!
 
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