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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Love it! What a beautiful family you've got!
Slow down a little.... I was hoping that would be your reply. I just hate to see a pic of a bike in motion with no helmets. As someone else said.... makes me cringe.
I had a front pouch with my week old daughter in it on facebooks and everyone gave me grief. Slight dirt track for .5 miles to bros house and everyone is a professional crash statistician. I'll try to find the pic. Ride on peeps!
My 3 year old daughter insisted on washing my bike.
Afterward, the reward ride, followed by her asking for her own bike.
Here is a picture of my daughter Heather and grand daughter. Heather made many weekend trips with me. Started her at 7yrs old. We have many miles together in all weather.
and now it is time to introduce my grand daughter Winter to the joy of M/C ridding. Start them young.
My oldest and her brother on their first cross country adventure!
Here's my daughter back when she used to race ATVs. At one time she was racing the ATVA Nationals in the 70cc modified and the 50cc stock classes and sponsored by MSR, Elka suspension, SixSixOne and WRH Racing.
Today, she's a Sophomore in college working on a BS in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech on a Full Ride Air Force ROTC Scholarship. A few weeks ago, she passed the MSF BRC and we got her a Suzuki TU250x.
Me and my daughter, the day she passed her CBT (Compulsory Basic Training), 29th July 2016.
Holy crap this is awesome, I would have loved a cross country bike trip with my kids.
Looks like it's starting. My daughter asked if she could go for a ride on my Reflex. There's no back pegs, so I put her on the front - like always. That's when she asked if she could drive!
She's got a little electric scooter - but is asking for her own dirtbike now.
Awesome, that takes me back.
Shit I'd better not post any of my girls climbing then.
Yeah, my daughter raced motocross from age six to fourteen. Bad dad.
From a recent camping trip. Good times.
That must be one of the best photo's in this thread.
Swaziland adventure with the most beautiful girl in the world
Out for a Sunday ride,been trying to take her out as much as possible, she turns 16 on 6-6, but she's 4'11" so she's having trouble seeing over the steering wheel, or even touching the pedals
I went through the same thing with my 4'10" wife before we got the Grand Caravan with the adjustable pedals. I got some bolt on pedal extenders from a handicap vehicle supplier. When shopping for them I found that US suppliers where very expensive due to regulations and liability, some would not let you install them yourself, but found Canadian suppliers were a fraction of the price.