|Date Added: September 18, 2009|
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Description: There is so many activities to do in the fall and one of them happens to be driving through dirt trails on four wheelers called quad bikes or just a quad. This tutorial will how you an easy way to learn “how to draw a four wheeler, step by step”. Where I live all you hear all day long is ATV’s driving through the woods and on all kinds of ATV trails. When the snow comes, those very same trails become trails for snowmobiles. The three letters “ATV” stand for “all-terrain vehicle”. These trail bikes are pretty cool because almost anybody can drive them. They are like ridable Power Wheels for adults and bigger kids. The make-up of these vehicles enable them to travel on rough terrain using low pressure tires that have deep treads which enable them to travel on rocky, muddy, and root covered grounds. Of course as with any sports bike you need to wear the proper gear before getting on a quad, dirt bike, or three wheeler. A helmet, riding gloves, and good shoes that have a fair amount of traction should be worn at all times when riding an ATV. There are several top manufactures that make these four wheelers awesome to drive. The companies that I know of that makes a good quad bike are; Artic Cat, Bombardier, Honda, Jinan Qingqi, Kawasaki, KTM, Polaris, Suzuki, and of course Yamaha. These vehicles are also sometimes called dune buggy, quadricycle, and just plain old quad or four wheeler. The rider sits on these vehicles just like a motorcycle. The only difference between the ATV and a dirt bike is, the ATV has four thick tires, more stability, and bigger engines. I had a lot of fun with this drawing and I know you guys will too. I was going to draw a more complex version of the ATV but I decided that a simple drawing would be best so that every can have a shot tackling it. Well have fun with learning "how to draw a quad”. I will be back in a while with more cool tutorials. Peace out and happy drawing guys!