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She's 10 days shy of being 5, and so hard she'll ruin your day! What I'm saying is, I bought my daughter some gear for her birthday since she's finally tall enough to reach the passenger pegs on my bike. Needless to say, she loved her first real ride on a bike. Now she finally understands where her daddy loves motorcycles so much. Check out this smile (sorry for the blur):



More pics are here:
http://www.bandhproductions.com/pictures/bikerjuli/
 

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Stale, that is a very beautiful little girl you have there. It's great to see you participating in her life. Unfortunately many parents now a days don't want to or can't. With you in her life you probably will not have many of the problems fijfi eluded to.:)
 

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My 15 yo daughter LOVES riding with me. She is a biker chick at heart (I mean that in a good way). Anytime I go for a ride and she is available, she doesn't hesitate to hop on and go for a ride. It's a bond we share that will last a lifetime. The lucky dude who eventually wins her heart will be luckier than he knows if he too, likes riding. He will undoubtedly not have to endure much resistance when he wants to spend money on his scoot.

I share your enthusiasm with your daughter. You are also a lucky dude if she follows the same path as my daughter. Enjoy these years...they are precious. Take her anytime she wants to go....as a matter of fact, take her before your wife. It will mean more.

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Heh, even if I do have problems like you're suggesting Fijfi, I'll make sure I'm conveniently cleaning my .45 or something when she brings a date by the house. My scary ass with a gun should get the message across.

Yeah, it's great now that she can ride with me. It was like a total new bond the other night when we did that. She's always been more of a momma's girl, but the bike totally culture shocked her. Maybe I can get a daddy's little girl afterall :D
 

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Who's the hottie up front? :yes:
Huh? Up front where?
 

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Heh, even if I do have problems like you're suggesting Fijfi, I'll make sure I'm conveniently cleaning my .45 or something when she brings a date by the house. My scary ass with a gun should get the message across.
Yep, I figure the .45 trick should do it. He!l that's what I'm gonna do. Either the .45 or the AR, either way the message should get through loud and clear. :D
 

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My 14yr old daughter loves to ride. She's game anytime. I'm just trying to figure out how far she can ride safely. I'd love to run her down to the gulf and spend some time just her and me. I know she'd love to go but that's about 500 miles. Maybe if we left real early in the morning and took plenty of breaks she'd be okay. I'll have to work her up to it cause it'd be a blast.

As far as the boys go I've already got my bluff in. My daughter says they're all terrified of me. :nono:
 

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Glad you're teaching her right early on!

God has a sence of humor, I've got 3 daughters! :yikes:

Just waiting for the youngest (about to turn 5) to get bigger to get her fitted up with a helmet and some good gear.

I'd wager my girls will ride before they drive a car; they love coming out to the range when we are running a class. Angela (the oldest) just turned 13 so it won't be long now.....:crying:

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Very pretty girl, nice bike, great pics Stale. You're a fortunate man indeed.

BTW - raising girls is a lot like riding a bike. You have to think about every move and worry about every damned cage out there but there's nothing quite like it to put a grin on your face and a smile in your heart - ever.

Preparation, caution, and awareness are best. Put up the .45 and the shotgun. Take a wood rasp to the last ten inches or so on both ends of a good ol' stout shovel handle - it's a wonderfully subtle statement and if you ever have to use it, it gives you more time to be deliberate and express your true feelings properly.
 

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Nice bike, Cutie of a daughter. Myself, I got two of em, 16 and 17. The 16 year old is a softball player and does not like to ride too much. The 17 year old is more of the barbie lovin girlie type and rides with me every chance she gets. You would think it would be the other way around... I also got a seven year old boy that I got gear for. I pick him up at school sometimes on the bike and his buddies and teachers kinda stand there and gawk! One teacher asked him if his daddy rode a motorcycle and he replied " No... he rides a HARLEY "
One thing I was told about the difference between raising boys and girls is that with a boy you have to worry about one pecker but with girls you got to worry about all of them.
 

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One thing I was told about the difference between raising boys and girls is that with a boy you have to worry about one pecker but with girls you got to worry about all of them.
AHAhahaAHahaHAah!! That is classic!
 

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Glad you're teaching her right early on!

God has a sence of humor, I've got 3 daughters! :yikes:

Just waiting for the youngest (about to turn 5) to get bigger to get her fitted up with a helmet and some good gear.

I'd wager my girls will ride before they drive a car; they love coming out to the range when we are running a class. Angela (the oldest) just turned 13 so it won't be long now.....:crying:

Allen
I hear you loud and clear!
I also have 3 daughters...no boys. The girls are 15, 16, 18...and lookers too!

When the girls bring home a boy to meet me, I don't need to show any weapons. When I shake their hand, I squeeze like there is no tomorrow and look straight into their eyes. This usually makes them wince from the squeeze. No way are they going to say anything to me or my daughter. That would make them look like pussies. Sometimes I get a tight squeeze back. Others just fold and take the pain.

Sometimes its good to be king!!

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Beautiful girl you got there.Can't wait to have kids of my own but i enjoy "practicing" to much.~!Awesome!
To the older guys....if that doesn't wanna make you reverse your vacestomy check your self for rigormortis.:yes:
 

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Beautiful girl you got there.Can't wait to have kids of my own but i enjoy "practicing" to much.~!Awesome!
To the older guys....if that doesn't wanna make you reverse your vacestomy check your self for rigormortis.:yes:
Apparently you haven't discovered Grand-daughters. :D
 

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Stale, what a great feeling. My son started riding with me when he was 5 also, he's 10 now and still loves it. A little trick I us on him, I have him put his hands in my jacket pocket to keep his hands warm. It also lets me know that he is hanging on and still back there.
 
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