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Old 02-13-2013, 06:48 AM   #10834
Hopefully Riding
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Location: Was in Colorado now in The Northwet, Washington
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Originally Posted by Geek View Post
Ditto - my Dad taught me to ride @ 11 on a 1966 CB160.
First clutch release I smacked into the wood shed and thought "well that's the end of that"
My Dad picked up the bike and said "get back on and try it again".

First time I ever remember my Dad being cool
Thats funny Edward. I started when I was 10. But I had throttle issues. I turned the throttle the wrong war and went into a deep ditch doing about 30 mph. Got up, my dad helped me pull the gt80 out of the ditch and started riding with a bit more understanding of the throttle function.
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