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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Out for our first ride around the neighborhood!
I can't tell who's smiling more!
My daughter on a recent Mongolian trip.
Did she save it?
Yup! but barely.
Hope it's OK to post Grandkids. Granddaughter loving her first ride on a Motorcycle. The smile says it all.
Happy kid, cool grandpa and a cool bike! What more could you ask for?
We have an excellent "cutest grandkids" thread.
Many bikes and many great memories !! Now she is off to college... Where does the time go?
It’s been many years since posting, however this young lady is still tearing it up off road, with a full time job and plenty off other hobbies, living the dream
Haystackdaughter can't get enough riding.
Spent a whole day trail riding in the rain with some high tech rain gear.
I was taking both my nieces and my friend's daughter to go roller skating. My buddy was supposed to drop her off at my place at 11am. About 11:15 I hear a braaap coming up the county road and then though my field. About 15 seconds later I hear a smaller engine. Apparently he locked his keys in his truck, so he and his daughter rode their dirtbikes over to my house instead!
My Kiddos and the "new to us" bike. They love going for rides!
My daughter and I at the starting line, Lake Sugar Tree MX track,, What a great Vintage motocross racing day
Nice old CR, my older brother had a silver CR250 I rode quite a bit when I was around 13-14 years old. That thing was awesome !! And a monster to hold on to as a skinny young kid. I did learn how to respect it's raw power though...
That may be the first one I've ever seen with handguards.
Yes this 250 was quite a bike for her 105#s to hold on to. She use to race a CR125 and one day at the Gator Back National starting line the 125 seized so she ran back to our RV and convinced some guy to start my 250 for her. Then she jumped on for the first time and came back to the line to get the hole shot and run away with the race. That day she told me to get rid of the 125, this is what she wanted to race from then on.
She liked the hand guards sense they stopped rocks from hitting her hands and messing up her fingernail polish.....LOL She never could start it but she sure could ride it!!!!
The Cr 250 Elsinore was a hang on and hope bike once you hit the power band.
I had a friend in high school with one, that bike tried to spit me off more than any other.
Good for her that she can ride it, it's not easy.