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Old 01-23-2012, 03:10 PM   #1
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Old 01-23-2012, 03:17 PM   #2
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With no gear on at all.

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With no gear on at all.

Shame on the parents.

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Agreed! I would totally buy my kids minis but if I ever caught them riding without gear... I would personally make them dismantle the bike and sell it as parts little by little so they can watch it slip away little by little.
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He was going 5 mph no need for gear
ATGATT! I am a big believer in safety equipment because I have quite a few joints and old breaks that are sore when the weather changes. Some of these could have been avoided I am sure if I had always used protective equipment when I was supposed to in alot of things I did... Tae Kwon do practice, Bicycles, Skateboarding, etc... Of course... alot of them are from things that I couldn't have known I was gonna need gear for... jumping off balconies for various reasons, fights , etc..

It isn't about how fast he was going... its about the principle of the thing. If you teach your children they should gear up no matter what then they will develop good habits for when they ride faster more dangerous speeds and they will be prepared.
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Sweet. He did have a hat on.
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ATGATT! I am a big believer in safety equipment because I have quite a few joints and old breaks that are sore when the weather changes. Some of these could have been avoided I am sure if I had always used protective equipment when I was supposed to in alot of things I did... Tae Kwon do practice, Bicycles, Skateboarding, etc... Of course... alot of them are from things that I couldn't have known I was gonna need gear for... jumping off balconies for various reasons, fights , etc..

It isn't about how fast he was going... its about the principle of the thing. If you teach your children they should gear up no matter what then they will develop good habits for when they ride faster more dangerous speeds and they will be prepared.
Look at it this way - maybe we'll get lucky and that one wont reproduce....
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Agreed! I would totally buy my kids minis but if I ever caught them riding without gear... I would personally make them dismantle the bike and sell it as parts little by little so they can watch it slip away little by little.

And that's how children learn to operate a successful chop shop.
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Old 01-23-2012, 05:50 PM   #14
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I have a couple vids on my phone but don't know how to link it here (besides youtube). Filmed the lady that almost backed into him but don't think I got the LEOs...
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ATGATT! I am a big believer in safety equipment because I have quite a few joints and old breaks that are sore when the weather changes. Some of these could have been avoided I am sure if I had always used protective equipment when I was supposed to in alot of things I did... Tae Kwon do practice, Bicycles, Skateboarding, etc... Of course... alot of them are from things that I couldn't have known I was gonna need gear for... jumping off balconies for various reasons, fights , etc..

It isn't about how fast he was going... its about the principle of the thing. If you teach your children they should gear up no matter what then they will develop good habits for when they ride faster more dangerous speeds and they will be prepared.
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