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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Look at the boy across the street on the bicycle. He's sayin'....is that a girl?
The other day he wanted to race her with his walmart electric motorcycle...
After she pretty much left him like he was standing still, she came back and told him she still had another gear if he wanted to try again
Love the water crossing pic.
Had an inmate approach us today while we were stretching our legs at TWO. He said that we reminded him of this thread and offered to take a picture.
Thanks for capturing the memory my friend
Great pic! Glad to meet you and your daughter.
This one sums it all up perfectly! Great pic with a proud dad!
Great smiles and safety glasses - I like this scene!
nothing much better than that!
Trying to sneek into last weekend's camp & ride
First ride after the day in the garage and she was bombing around the trails!
Here she is with her brother & his buddies from yesterday. She really enjoys passing them on her Suzy and driving them crazy talking about it. That's my girl! Though she is excited to move up to the CRF70 I have sitting in the garage when she gets a wee taller, even though it is a slower bike than the little Suzy.
Great pic !!! Time to put her on a 2-stroke with a clutch?
My daughter went out with me riding for her third session over the weekend. She's learning quickly, so I had her practice standing on the pegs and riding over easy obstacles. Not an exciting video, but I was riding with one hand and holding the phone with the other...(I know, good role model, right?)
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Selfie of my youngest and I out tooling around yesterday...
No pic yet but while putting my 3yo daughter to bed the other night she said " daddy I want a motorcycle"....."a pink one".
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Beautiful day out and I had already planned on going for a ride with the guys so I asked justafurnacegirl if she wanted to "tag" along. At first she said 'no', since she's a bit shy, but surprisingly changed her mind. It meant me riding the CB750 instead of the GSXR600, but I was perfectly okay with it. Luckly justafurnacewoman snapped a couple of pics before we headed out.
Justafurnacewoman wasn't very happy when I bought this bike since it was my 6th, but it's the best one for justafurnacegirl for any extended trips. We were out for a couple of hours and she did really well. She got a bit bored towards the end so I need to make sure I'm adding a couple more stops along the way. This has to be my favorite motorcycle just for the memories we're able to make on it.
The headsets are worth it too (again, justafurnacewoman gave me the 'look' when I bought them as a Christmas present for myself ). It's only money.
Edit: During the ride I had to explain that daddy's bike is old and slow when she told me to try to catch up to one of the guys being a bit "spirited" on his R1. "Ah yeah, daddy's not going to catch up to him." At least not on the straights.
Great looking bike.... nice to see all the Vetter stuff in great shape. Very happy for you that your daughter enjoyed the ride.
I think I hear the star wars theme playing in the background :)
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She nearly fell off trying to reach the handlebars to turn the throttle...
She was a little happy if you can tell....