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The development of human powered all-terrain vehicles lead to useful vehicles that can traverse sand, mud, and water.
For years shade tree mechanics, artists, and engineering students have considered the building and racing of human powered all-terrain vehicles, sometimes referred to as Kinetic Sculptures, around the world, as a fun challenge. However, important lessons are learned by those interested in developing transportation alternatives with practical applications for all-terrain vehicles that can traverse sand, mud, and water especially in developing nations.



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