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Hey guys, soo I've recently moved up into a more country-ish area and I've always wanted an ATV. Stumbled upon this forum and I love the way it looks. Now ... I'm not familiar with ATVs at all... I legit have no experience with them. Is there such thing as a "beginner" ATV .... ? I'm sure I sound like a tool at this point but any help would be great haha. Thanks !
 

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Hey guys, soo I've recently moved up into a more country-ish area and I've always wanted an ATV. Stumbled upon this forum and I love the way it looks. Now ... I'm not familiar with ATVs at all... I legit have no experience with them. Is there such thing as a "beginner" ATV .... ? I'm sure I sound like a tool at this point but any help would be great haha. Thanks !
a kodiak700 would be fine for your first bike! i haven't been on a fourwheeler since i was 16 and i purchased a kodiak just take it easy till you get used to the machine! Awsome all around atv well worth the money!
 

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Yes, the Kodiak is definitely a great beginner's ride because the power delivery is soooo smooth (thanks to the heavy clutch weights).


It is a more comfortable seating position than the grizzly, in my opinion.


I cannot say enough good things about mine.


Good luck and let us know if you got one!
 

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I'm a beginner as well; picked mine up from dealer yesterday and already have 25 miles on it. Hardest part of riding is keeping a steady thumb on the throttle lever. Small input=big power! But after an hour or so, thumb learns to hold steady. Love the power and agility. Lots of smiles...
 

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a kodiak700 would be fine for your first bike! i haven't been on a fourwheeler since i was 16 and i purchased a kodiak just take it easy till you get used to the machine! Awsome all around atv well worth the money!
Nice ! So it does carry a good amount of power I take from that ?
 

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Yes, the Kodiak is definitely a great beginner's ride because the power delivery is soooo smooth (thanks to the heavy clutch weights).


It is a more comfortable seating position than the grizzly, in my opinion.


I cannot say enough good things about mine.


Good luck and let us know if you got one!
I'm a beginner as well; picked mine up from dealer yesterday and already have 25 miles on it. Hardest part of riding is keeping a steady thumb on the throttle lever. Small input=big power! But after an hour or so, thumb learns to hold steady. Love the power and agility. Lots of smiles...
Smooth power delivery is definitely something I was wanting to know ! Glad to hear that, and glad to hear that you're enjoying yours ! I'll definitely let you know when I pull the trigger on one !


Happy to hear another beginner to relate to, but that's great that you're loving it ! I'll keep a note of that thumb keeping study in my mental notes though !
 
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