Two brothers from Auburn, New York are experienced ATV drivers who've used caution to avoid any serious crashes or injuries. "Don't go faster than you think you can because it doesn't work out," said William Juhl. His brother, Damian Bulla said. "Stay in control, don't go too fast, try not to crash." Their sister and a friend came along for their first ride. "It's so much fun. At first I was nervous and was afraid but once I got around the first couple of corners I was fine," said Casandra Bulla of Auburn, NY. Ashley Hadden of Auburn, NY added, "You've got to kind of hang on really tight and watch everywhere where you're going."
For ATV riders, helmets are a must. "If you do nothing else, that is the first thing you want to get your child or obviously even as an adult. You want helmets and eye protection," said Mr. Novak. And above all drive safely. "It's not going to make you look cool if you're in an accident and get hurt," said Ms. Bulla.
State law forbids ATV riders less than 8-years-old. Also riders ages 8 to 15 can only drive ATV's on their parents' or guardian's property -- unless they complete a prescribed ATV safety training course and receive an ATV safety training certificate. You can contact the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources which overseas the training by logging onto HERE
You can learn more about The Lost Trails ATV Adventure Park by logging onto HERE