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July 8, 2003, 10:16 PM

Picked up my boys TTR90 today and he's now on his way to enjoying motorcycles. He still has a cast on his arm(gets it off tomorrow) and begged and pleaded with me to let him ride it so I let him ride it in a field next to our house. I think he's got a new hobby.
That little thing really moves. A neighbor kid about 11-12 rode it and its a pretty capable first bike Im imagining.

little shiiits a chip off the block I swear, we werent even home yet and he asked if he could put a different exhaust on it :laugh:


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July 9, 2003, 05:21 AM

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Picked up my boys TTR90 today and he's now on his way to enjoying motorcycles. He still has a cast on his arm(gets it off tomorrow) and begged and pleaded with me to let him ride it so I let him ride it in a field next to our house. I think he's got a new hobby.
That little thing really moves. A neighbor kid about 11-12 rode it and its a pretty capable first bike Im imagining.

little shiiits a chip off the block I swear, we werent even home yet and he asked if he could put a different exhaust on it :laugh:


It's an awesome feeling when your little ones are riding their little asses off and trying to do wheelies and jump. Makes daddy proud to see a 4,5, and 6 year old rippn up the XR50's and the JR50. Great post man and BTW when we gonna let them ride together?


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July 9, 2003, 09:58 AM

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Picked up my boys TTR90 today and he's now on his way to enjoying motorcycles. He still has a cast on his arm(gets it off tomorrow) and begged and pleaded with me to let him ride it so I let him ride it in a field next to our house. I think he's got a new hobby.
That little thing really moves. A neighbor kid about 11-12 rode it and its a pretty capable first bike Im imagining.

little shiiits a chip off the block I swear, we werent even home yet and he asked if he could put a different exhaust on it :laugh:
Hopefully in a couple weeks Ill get some time to come down that way, maybe your boys can teach him a thing or 2. It threw him off first time he grabbed a handful of throttle but he calmed down and did alright after that.






It's an awesome feeling when your little ones are riding their little asses off and trying to do wheelies and jump. Makes daddy proud to see a 4,5, and 6 year old rippn up the XR50's and the JR50. Great post man and BTW when we gonna let them ride together?


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Picked up my boys TTR90 today and he's now on his way to enjoying motorcycles. He still has a cast on his arm(gets it off tomorrow) and begged and pleaded with me to let him ride it so I let him ride it in a field next to our house. I think he's got a new hobby.
That little thing really moves. A neighbor kid about 11-12 rode it and its a pretty capable first bike Im imagining.

little shiiits a chip off the block I swear, we werent even home yet and he asked if he could put a different exhaust on it :laugh:
Hopefully in a couple weeks Ill get some time to come down that way, maybe your boys can teach him a thing or 2. It threw him off first time he grabbed a handful of throttle but he calmed down and did alright after that.






It's an awesome feeling when your little ones are riding their little asses off and trying to do wheelies and jump. Makes daddy proud to see a 4,5, and 6 year old rippn up the XR50's and the JR50. Great post man and BTW when we gonna let them ride together?


Sounds like a plan man....Let me know and I can set up a ride on the river with them. Fun days ahead.


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