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Old 03-13-2008, 06:30 PM   #1
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wher can i get a little kids hemet, i mean like for my 2 yr old, not for act use but , he keeps wanting mine and well its to big and he keeps falling over with it on, so i thought i would get him one that fits!

any one know of a link or south side shop that would have one!
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go to wal-mart and get a bicycle helmet
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get him an extra small motocross helmet.
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Cycle Gear has XXsmall youth sizes usually in stock. they have Arai's, HJC, and KBC as well. I bought my kids helmets from there. The Arai's are quite a bit pricy, but the others can be had for less than $100
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Old 03-13-2008, 09:23 PM   #5
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go to wal-mart and get a bicycle helmet
ha ha ha that is not the same!

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Old 03-14-2008, 10:21 AM   #6
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get him an extra small motocross helmet.
yeah that. Paul races BMX and his helmet looks like a "real motorcycle" helmet. besides lol, he is too..not too picky. my 2yo doesn't even care if it fits as long as it is on his head.

mini me's are so cute!! post a pic with him wearing one
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MAN !!! 2YRS OLD !!! HOPE HIS NECK STRONG ENOUGH FOR 2-3LPS HELMET
YOU NOT GOING TO PUT HIM ON A RIDE R YOU ???
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Old 03-14-2008, 01:36 PM   #8
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MAN !!! 2YRS OLD !!! HOPE HIS NECK STRONG ENOUGH FOR 2-3LPS HELMET
YOU NOT GOING TO PUT HIM ON A RIDE R YOU ???
read it..he said not for act use, but i think he meant actual. kid just wants to be like daddy
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Old 03-14-2008, 03:07 PM   #10
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read it..he said not for act use, but i think he meant actual. kid just wants to be like daddy
yes, besides if i wanted to take my 2yr old for a ride i would just put him up on the handle bars DHUUUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Birthday Present for your son when he turns 5 years old. add a throttle limiter to it so you can max out the speed to 5-7 MPH so they can learn slow and take it out if you feel hes skilled enough

Your son just might be gifted enough to ride around at a young enough age
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MAN !!! 2YRS OLD !!! HOPE HIS NECK STRONG ENOUGH FOR 2-3LPS HELMET
YOU NOT GOING TO PUT HIM ON A RIDE R YOU ???
^^ that what i was thinking

reminds me of the pic of the guy that had his daughter bungee coreded to the back of his harley.

i think its in the squid pic thread...some guru will find it.

+1 on wal-mart they have bmx helmets that are light and cheap (no face sheilds)
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bsho 1

Birthday Present for your son when he turns 5 years old. add a throttle limiter to it so you can max out the speed to 5-7 MPH so they can learn slow and take it out if you feel hes skilled enough

Your son just might be gifted enough to ride around at a young enough age
^ thats great, i bought my son one and after a week he opened it up and low sided at 30....it was ugly
he had a helmet,no jacket= limbs

now he wont even sit on it w/o gear....lesson learned.
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