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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Great stuff. True hero right there.
FWIW, I started my older two kids at age 6. The third is only two, so he's gonna have to wait a bit! I don't like training wheels for a variety of reasons, wo I waited until they could ride a bike confidently without help.
Good on you - excellent way to spend time with your daughter!
My daughters started at 4 and 7 with a small 50 cc quad. They were able to learn gas and brake functions without having to worry about balance as much. It also had a parent safety tether switch similar to a jet ski type kill switch but the parent held the line. If they headed towards the fence of something, just pull the line and kill the motor on them. Once they both could ride their bicycles well, we moved up to bikes.
My son is now just over 7 months old, planning on doing pretty much the same with him.
The kids smiles can barely fit into their helmets! Great photo.
Why isn't the dog smiling I wonder?
Bodi has major attachment issues and feels compelled to stay between me and the grandkids. So when they piled into the Ural he ran and bounded into it, catching us all by surprise, but then he was sad because my wife was telling him he had to get out.
But he loves it and smiles big when he gets to ride:
My little always loves to jump on the seat when she can.
That pic of her washing your bike is a classic. Way to cute.
Yes. We got lucky with that one. Thanks 47ohv.
Nice day out today
Took advantage of the weather and put around 300 on today to rescue my daughter from college . Did some tooling around the ole black water.
Back in '02
back in '07
My youngest. Around 2000 I'd say on my 66 Montesa Scorpion. Grew up n a Tri-Zinger in the early 80s
And she is on one great looking Honda Magna! You start 'em out right in more ways than one!
My oldest tested took her Tae Kwon Do Black Belt test last night... She did fantastic, Mom and I couldn't have been prouder of her.
Her younger sister takes her test in March...
Around 83. Moon boots as safety gear on a Tri-Zinger. She could ride that before she could a bicycle