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post #1 of 8 Old 05-22-2009, 06:28 PM Thread Starter
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The next generation rider - a little OT

I washed the bike today and started it up to heat it up a little to help dry out the crevices. My wife came out with my 15 month old daughter and she seemed interested in the bike since she's never actually seen it running only parked. I decided to put her on the seat and see what she thought. So I put her on and just let her sit for a minute. She seemed to like it so I revved it a little to get her used to it. I hit about 3k, she got a devilish smile on her face, then 5k and she's laughing hysterically and she's trying to reach the throttle. I would have hit 8-9K but didn't want to hurt her ears or scare her but I doubt it would have. I think I'd better hide the keys from this one or else she may decide to take off on it one day. It's funny how she's scared of the vacuum cleaner but loves the bike go figure.

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post #2 of 8 Old 05-22-2009, 06:36 PM
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Good stuff...My youngest loves motorycles...She loves basically anything Daddy likes She's my racing buddy


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Watch out, when shes 3 your gonna have to get her a little dirt bike with training wheels!

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Riding has so many rewards, its like a diamond with so many beautiful facets. I think one of the faces of that diamond that shines brightest is the kids. I LOVE to have kids come check out my bike and I always offer to let them sit on it and check it out. Nothing makes me smile like seeing a little kids face light up when he sits on the bike. Kids are great!

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post #5 of 8 Old 05-22-2009, 06:44 PM
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Every time I pull into the driveway my 2 year old runs to the door yelling DADDY ZOOM ZOOM!!!




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Haha she is a cutie!

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She definitely is a lil cutie!

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What a little doll! I just wanna squeeze her little chubby red cheeks.

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