I live in SW Georgia and when it's 100 degree's with 100% humidity I tend to ride in shorts and croc's. Most of the riding I do is 30-35 mph down dirt roads for a couple of hours. Most of the time I wear long pants and boots, but it still gets warm. Just checking to see if it's normal. I have owned other smaller atv's and do not remember them getting that hot. Was going to give the dealer a call to ask but thought other owners input would be better. Thanks.
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