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My names Chris, Im from Perth Australia. I ride a bombardier quest 650 and love it.

I think it's fair to say im a Can-Am mainiack! I love the Ds650 and Renegade. The quest probably isnt the best out there.... But Id rather push it than ride any other brand!


There she is.

 

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Hi.

My names Chris, Im from Perth Australia. I ride a bombardier quest 650 and love it.

I think it's fair to say im a Can-Am mainiack! I love the Ds650 and Renegade. The quest probably isnt the best out there.... But Id rather push it than ride any other brand!

There she is.

Chris
Welcome and great pictures and a awsome looking ride you have there, is there many dealers over there or are you stuck with one ?
I bet with the Quest you are the KING there

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Wolf. Thanks for the reply.

Youd be surprised Can-Am is acually quite big considering how small the whole ATV scene is here. Every seccond sport ATV is a Ds, because the only places your allowed to ride is sand dunes, or race tracks. People want what only the Ds can give. Usually people ride around on Dirtbikes, so the ATV population is small.

Im confused because I live in such a massive country and no one lets us ride. There is nowhere to ride, it's all Illegal.

So I ride where I want. They can suck my dot dot dot.

HAHA thanks for the welcome even if i did get carried away
 

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Hi.

My names Chris, Im from Perth Australia. I ride a bombardier quest 650 and love it.

I think it's fair to say im a Can-Am mainiack! I love the Ds650 and Renegade. The quest probably isnt the best out there.... But Id rather push it than ride any other brand!

There she is.

You are soooo lucky, I wish I could live in Australia during the winter. My Outlander sits in the garage right now because it's too friggin cold to ride it and it will be another 3-3 1/2 months before the snow goes away. Can't you guys ride on any crown land there??? or does it all have to be private land??? Any mud to be found there??
 

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Hey.

It's not as good as you think having no snow


Crown land, well where I am there isnt much of that. It's mostly national forrest/park. I can get it out into the bush and I dont think that anyone would care if i rode there. But no one wants to take the time to drive me there, Cant wait till I get my licence, itl be cya quest and hello Ds650/renegade


There is mud, just not much haha. During winter after rain there is some in the usual places that you would expect... but not readily available unless you go and ride in a swamp (wich is dry in summer and only full if it has rained enough)

Yeah, I ride in a plot about 30 or so acres, but it's being ripped up for housing so Im constantly riding around massive excavators and running from security
lol It's just a bit of fun.

Sooo I think you dudes are the lucky ones- able to buy cheap tyres at your own disposal. Being able to ride just about anywhere you want
acually getting snow!! haha. I need to get new tyres and was going for the bighorn radials guess how much for each tyre? 500 bucks!! thats 2 grand for a set of new tyres. LOL
 

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Welcome Chris!

Unfortunate that with all of that beautiful Aussie landscape that there isn't much of it you can ride legally. Seems to be the way a lot of areas around the U.S. are going too...
 
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