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    It’s not often we get to talk about breasts on ATV.com, but we’re willing to go the extra mile to keep you informed about all things ATV.

    This story comes from north of the border near Kingston, Ontario. It seems Marika De Florio was tired of hearing her neighbor’s five-year-old grandson driving his ATV up and down her quiet street for hours at a time. She tried calling police, but they did not intervene so she came up with a solution on her own – she ran out to the street and flashed her bare breasts at the youngster.

    The boy’s grandparents were horrified and rushed the child into the house. They complained to police about De Florio’s actions, but in Ontario it is perfectly legal for women to walk around topless.

    So what have we all learned from this? Well…it’s high time to plan an ATV trip to Ontario. In addition to thousands of miles of ATV trails, you might just see a little more of Canada’s natural beauty than you expected.

    * Editors Note: As a Canadian citizen for all of my 35 years, it should be noted that I’ve never seen any woman walk around town topless. It is Canada after all…it gets kind of cold here.

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      You don’t often see major ATV manufacturers blatantly ripping on products from competitors, but that’s precisely what Yamaha has done with a video comparing the new Grizzly 450 with EPS to the Honda Rancher.

      “They call it the Rancher, but it just seems to fall short of that rugged name in so many ways,” Yamaha says in the video, which is available on Yamaha’s website and YouTube. You can check it yourself in this post below the jump.

      That is a fairly harsh criticism from one OEM to another. In fact, it’s a lot more reminiscent of a mud slinging political ad than anything we’ve seen in the ATV industry before. Of course, the video doesn’t stop there – It goes on to take digs at a variety of features on the Foreman, including Honda’s transmission

      “What we found is really a five-speed manual with a computer that’s supposed to make the gear shifts for you. And what we experienced was a jumpy transmission that seems to constantly search for the right gear. And when it can’t find it, you’re stuck. That’s why many riders choose to disable the supposedly automatic transmission and opt for this button-operated thumb shifter. So much for automatic.”

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        If you’ve been following the AMA ATV Motocross series this year, you’re probably aware that Suzuki pilot Josh Creamer has been grabbing victories by the handful, including the recent event at Muddy Creek.

        The win was the third straight for Creamer and the fifth of the season. You can watch all the highlights from the race, including interviews with some of the top riders in the latest Motosode from the producers of the series.

        Also, be sure to check out the highlights from Creamer’s dominating win from a week earlier at Spring Creek MX.

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          In our ongoing quest to bring you the coolest ATV-related videos on the Internet, we found an interesting sand ride video on Vimeo.

          A handful of ATV thrill seekers ventured into a sand pit and we are fortunate that they chose to document their shenanigans. Steep hills made up of loose sand provided the backdrop as the riders tried to make their way to the top.

          For whatever reason, at the end of video we see a little ATV freestyle action and even a little snowmobile freestyle. We’re not entirely sure what it has to do with the sand pit excursion, but we’ll enjoy it anyway.

          sand pit atv hill climb from dj coffin on Vimeo.

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            The Kenosha News recently ran an article from one of its writers who went for an ATV ride at the Richard Bong State Recreation Area in southeastern Wisconsin.

            Jessica Freeman is fairly new to ATV riding and put together a fun little read from her muddy day of riding that reminds us why we got into the sport in the first place. Remember the first time you slid around a corner or splashed around in the muck? This story certainly got us thinking about it again and hopefully it can do the same for you.

            If you’ve got somebody in your life that you can never convince to go out for a ride, have them read Jessica’s article – it might get them to change their tune.

            Click here to check it out.

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