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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Vidy no worky
From about 1975... youngest daughter, bike was an Ossa Plonker
Fly Racing, Andrew Short replica
Cruising around on the Lookout Ntn parkway to enjoy cool temps during a hit summer.
It was about time for the girls to move up to bigger bikes. The 12 yr old was getting too big for her KLX 110 and the 9 yr old was getting too big for her TTR 50. So we bought a TTR 125 off a friend of ours for the 12 yr old and the 9 yr old got the hand-me-down KLX.
I'm pretty sure this is one time the 9 yr old doesn't mind a hand-me-down
(with the new jersey she got for her birthday)
Didn't take her long to get used to it either...no clutch but shifting gears like a pro
She says likes the bigger bike...it's faster
The new stable
Been busy year but got some riding in!
Nice trail break with kids.
She turns one on the 30th. With family in town we celebrated her first birthday a few days early. This is her favorite present... the first of many motorcycles from mommy and daddy.
Awesome. Big smile on it. My daughter started on that same motorcycle!
Turning 3 next week. This is a rare picture, as she is actually a little afraid of the bike. Her mother's doing...
Back at it again last night...While the older one was learning how to use the clutch on her new bike, her little sister was tearing it up on her new ride (big sister's old ride)
My youngest daughter, on her first long ride, about three hundred mi. she rode her GS 500F
Here's a better pic of her, I look better with the helmet on
Very cool. Is that a KLR ? ! ! What color is your milk crate?
There are blue and black ones for helmet storage
Green and blue ones for the work stand
None for the KLR...it's been upgraded to ammo cans.
Actually, thanks for a new idea for helmet storage.
I've been camping with my youngest daughter (5):
Out for a day of riding and stopped here in LaGrange, then to Jacksonville for pizza
On a hike in north GA February 2012