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    Senior Member r80rt's Avatar
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    It wasn't long, or fast, but my Granddaughter got her first motorcycle ride today, She loved loved it and I did too.

    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    That's the best........... I gave our 4 g-kids first rides also.......... Yup , it's hard to beat that.... OMM.

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    thats fricken awesome R80T. good for you and it looks like she fits well on the T-dub with you. Just be careful I heard the addiction can start at her age too.
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    Congrats. I introduced my daughter at 3 and my son at 4. My daughter was leaning into the corners anticipating the lean. She was small enough that she rode between my arms and held onto the crossbar. Simply priceless.
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    Very nice! she will remember that for a long, long time.

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    Great stuff grandpa r80rt, many of us can relate and share your happiness.



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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    Great stuff grandpa r80rt, many of us can relate and share your happiness.



    That's a great picture, she looks ready to roll. Grandkids are the most fun pet you can get
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    [quote

    Grandkids are the most fun pet you can get

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    You got that right.So far my grand-daughter has only been for rides around the yard and she loves it.She already has her own Z-50.All I hear when I gas it is WEEEEEE.I am patiently waiting for her feet to reach the pegs so I can take her for a "real"ride.



    We also have a nine month old grand-son that we got another Z-50 for.It was an ex Shriners bike and is in amazing condition.Gonna be a while before he is ready to ride though.



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