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Old 04-07-2010, 09:06 AM   #1
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Is my son to young to ride?

I told him the sign said do not sit on bikes, but he just wouldnt listen.
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Old 04-07-2010, 09:13 AM   #4
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Your are some kind of asshle irresponsible piece of father for letting your son start on a bike that big. You should be investigated by CPS!! In fact I'm gonna give them a call in due time.
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lol, funny. Mine started at 5.
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Your are some kind of asshle irresponsible piece of father for letting your son start on a bike that big. You should be investigated by CPS!! In fact I'm gonna give them a call in due time.
He wanted the 1000, but I had to draw the line somewhere
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Haha, he's making a good choice with the honda.
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Seriously though I believe they are one of the best bikes on the market, well them and Kawasaki.
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He's got good taste...gonna be picking up curbmonkeys in no time
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you'll be adding another 50 to the fleet in no time. . .until then, Powerwheels!!!
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Seriously though I believe they are one of the best bikes on the market, well them and Kawasaki.

Hop On Dumb Ass <- Spells HODA...wheres the "N"?
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Have you NO imagination?

Yeah definetly powerwheels Jeep. I am trying to sketch up a way to rig a car battery into the electrical system to give him about 60% more power though.

The funny thing is I bought a 50 as soon as we found out we were pregnant by convincing my wife it was for him. Then I started with the mods and now it has become mine. So I will have to get him his own.
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Have you NO imagination?

Yeah definetly powerwheels Jeep. I am trying to sketch up a way to rig a car battery into the electrical system to give him about 60% more power though.

The funny thing is I bought a 50 as soon as we found out we were pregnant by convincing my wife it was for him. Then I started with the mods and now it has become mine. So I will have to get him his own.
Haha, i bet she knew all along it was gonna be for you
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modified power wheels. . .why not http://www.modifiedpowerwheels.com/
I never had a powerwheels(started on a 3 wheeler when i was 3) but my brother had a bigfoot powerwheels and we rode it til the wheels fell off!!! My buddy john has a 3 year old that rides a powerwheels like it's going out of style, and he won't ride it without his helmet(kids bicycle helmet) and gloves on!!! Keep his little neck away from big heavy mx helmets until he's 5 or 6 please!!!
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OBVIOUSLY NOTHING HAPPENED...

i'm sure mommy or another adult was JUST out of the pic frame... but still

.thats 3 ft. drop with footpegs, and other stuff on the way down.
."baby" was not secured in any way.
.how would you explain to EMS about what happened?
.and if you lied....I am sure there was video footage from store security.
.performed at a public business, where vehicles are sold to "crazy" individuals allready.

I'm sorry, but all it takes is a MILISECOND for something to go WRONG. posing baby unsecured for a "cute" photo with GOOD potential for something to go wrong is dispicable.

there is a difference between "a parent holding/securing baby in the frame" and a parent "nearby"..obviously nothing happened. but if it DID..do you know what kind of implications you just put yourself in?

this isnt a 3 or 4 year old...this is a BABY, that barely knows anything about balance, and or coordination. on a machine that "gasp" takes balance and coordinataion to even sit on.

am I going to take flak for this?

your an "adult" you can risk your life if you want. but dont risk your childs.
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OBVIOUSLY NOTHING HAPPENED...

i'm sure mommy or another adult was JUST out of the pic frame... but still

.thats 3 ft. drop with footpegs, and other stuff on the way down.
."baby" was not secured in any way.
.how would you explain to EMS about what happened?
.and if you lied....I am sure there was video footage from store security.
.performed at a public business, where vehicles are sold to "crazy" individuals allready.

I'm sorry, but all it takes is a MILISECOND for something to go WRONG. posing baby unsecured for a "cute" photo with GOOD potential for something to go wrong is dispicable.

there is a difference between "a parent holding/securing baby in the frame" and a parent "nearby"..obviously nothing happened. but if it DID..do you know what kind of implications you just put yourself in?

this isnt a 3 or 4 year old...this is a BABY, that barely knows anything about balance, and or coordination. on a machine that "gasp" takes balance and coordinataion to even sit on.

am I going to take flak for this?

your an "adult" you can risk your life if you want. but dont risk your childs.
I thought it was a photochop?
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Old 04-07-2010, 10:11 AM   #19
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then i take everything back.

and he got GOOD PHOTOSHOPIN SKILLZ! enough to get concerned parents in a tizzy! :P
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OBVIOUSLY NOTHING HAPPENED...

i'm sure mommy or another adult was JUST out of the pic frame... but still

.thats 3 ft. drop with footpegs, and other stuff on the way down.
."baby" was not secured in any way.
.how would you explain to EMS about what happened?
.and if you lied....I am sure there was video footage from store security.
.performed at a public business, where vehicles are sold to "crazy" individuals allready.

I'm sorry, but all it takes is a MILISECOND for something to go WRONG. posing baby unsecured for a "cute" photo with GOOD potential for something to go wrong is dispicable.

there is a difference between "a parent holding/securing baby in the frame" and a parent "nearby"..obviously nothing happened. but if it DID..do you know what kind of implications you just put yourself in?

this isnt a 3 or 4 year old...this is a BABY, that barely knows anything about balance, and or coordination. on a machine that "gasp" takes balance and coordinataion to even sit on.

am I going to take flak for this?

your an "adult" you can risk your life if you want. but dont risk your childs.

, dude. You'd never really struck me as that type.

I miss the good old days when doing dangerous stuff was fun. and acceptable. , this wasn't even dangerous.
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