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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Skipped out of work early to make it down to Galveston with my daughter in the hack!
My daughter's first real ride around the block. We saw a muskrat, a large snapping turtle and a herd of 13 deer. She had a blast and is ready to go for more.
Luv this pic , hits home for me .......................................pun right ?
I live like 7 blocks from exactly where your parked to take the pic .
And , I'm guessing yall had a great burger at The Spot and then took your baby to The Pleasure Pier ??
My daughter decided it was time to upgrade today. She grabbed mom's F650GS and mom got downgraded to the TU250x
Both your wife and daughter rides? You're doin' somethin' right!
Thanks Marko. We love Galveston and we are there often. The Sopt is too touristy. I prefer local hangout like Smooth Tony's. Can you recommend a not-so-touristy local hang out burger joint that I should try?
And I save the Pleasure Pier for the days that she gets to come down with her friend and their parents. ;-)
My daughter got today her first motorbike driver liscense and she´s very happy. I´m a bit nervous. Right away she did her 1.st motorbike trip . Hopefully everything goes just fine , huh.
Daughters and I are racing the Virginia Championship Hare Scramble Series again this year. I have a running thread with races reports and other riding events for this year posted in the racing threads.
Virginia Hare Scramble Racing - Family Style - The Next Season
I blame TBone for this... His story of him and his daughter racing in Florida was our inspiration
Ha, your trailer reminds me of when my daughter was racing.
My girls still ride their own (http://advrider.com/index.php?posts/29870642/), but they've now both had their first chance to ride on the back of mine on the street. Both of them: "Faster, Dad!" :)
These have been some of the best mornings I've had...
ETA: Do any other Dads have a panic moment every so often "What am I teaching my daughter to do?" I feel like it's cute and fun bonding right now, but when they get older, and they're legitimately fast, and (someday) on the street (yikes), I feel like I'm going to to be wondering what part of this seemed like a good idea.
My two will be 16 and 13 next week. Both a racing for their third year in hare scramble series and both are pretty damn fast scooting through the trees... In answer to your question about panic moments... oh hell yeah I get them. I just hope that I taught them enough and that they don't ride faster then their guardian angels can fly.
Took a ride with my 10 year old a few days after picking up the KTM 950.
Went for a ride with my daughter today.
When she went to x pilots tijuana last year she met barbara, a stunna. That's when her love for the bikes came back. I wasn't able to get her one until her birthday in march. She didn't know I got it and when she saw it she cried. Sobbing crying for more than just a second. So I cried too. A few years ago while in Reno she came to visit fir the summer and we did 18 miles around herlong by the end of the summer. I work on the road so we don't get to ride together yet.
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My daughter sent me this pic this AM with a happy Father's Day wish.
Her & I in 1977. And her & I in 2017
Happy Fathers Day gentleman.
No worries, we did not go on the real roads in this gear, just around the property. It was enough to get her bitten by the bike bug though!
I've been away for the weekend with my youngest: