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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
She already has a license. In Oklahoma, you can get one at 14. 250cc and under. She loves that bike.
My parents wouldn't let me get a motorcycle when I got my license at 15, but let me get the motorcycle endorsement.
Very lucky young lady.
She only rides it when she's at my house. Her mom doesn't know.
Outstanding! I'm glad my kids didn't know about the Oklahoma law... they would have had us moving! BTW, my first bike was a '72 DT100 that I bought in 1978... I loved that bike too!
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/az-johnny/6912966653/" title="Fays first ride with Dad by AZjohnny, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7188/6912966653_9875eba3f3_b.jpg" width="692" height="1024" alt="Fays first ride with Dad"></a>
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/az-johnny/5743316652/" title="FMC 1992 by AZjohnny, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3044/5743316652_f8bd557940_b.jpg" width="1024" height="669" alt="FMC 1992"></a>
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/az-johnny/4557172741/" title="Fay and Dad ride by AZjohnny, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3267/4557172741_a3eddfc173_o.jpg" width="1024" height="768" alt="Fay and Dad ride"></a>
Night before her 14th birthday:
Morning of 14th birthday:
2 days later:
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I had one of those licenses....and a GPz900 with 250 stickers all over it.
Amazing what you could get away with 20 years ago. I also had a license that said I was 5 years older than I actually was. I filled out the form with my Dad standing there, they mistyped it, and then ASKED me if every is correct.
Last license I got took more paper work then I had to hand over to join the Military (literally).
The older one is mine... the little one belongs to the neighbor.
^^^^^^^^ Cool pic ^^^^^^^^^
Can't remember if I posted or not, but here's my future passenger. She picked out the colors for the helmet, so I painted it for her.
Hi Everyone, I'm from the other POV, daughter of a Moto Guzzi rider :)
I'm in love with motorbikes long time ago, but until we had one, my joy came from the sight and sound only. :)
My father bought the Guzzi in 2009. At first when he just take me around in our street honestly I freaked out... Next spring I asked him if we could try it again.
Since then I ask for a ride each time the sun is shining, and we both are free.
Thankfully my mother's gear more or less fits me.
But this year I plan to get the licence and maybe even switch my Mazda to a bike...
Thanks to the awesome February weather, my oldest daughter and I went for a little trip!!!
This was her first off road adventure
We live very close to the famous TAT marker in Buffalo, OK
My youngest wanted to bring her quad that Santa gave her, mom didn't think she could keep up!
Maybe someday soon!!
whoa! someones on the gas!. very cool.
only the 125's were e start.
I had her learn to kick start it before I told her about the button.
Her mom found out about the license the other day and didn't even care. She might even buy her another bike to ride to school. The old Yamaha is not the most reliable thing...
This one is from about ten years ago:
too funny. I grew up around early 70's yamaha. we were in awe of anyone who owned a 360. a man among men. I believe that stripe makes it a 1973?
I love the look on her face.