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    Family Upgrade

    Since I got a new frame/ fork/ crankset this year, my kids are due as well. I am pretty happy that my soon to be 8 year old will be riding this in about a week:

    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/61LWZI-uyYL.jpg

    Her perfect condtion outgrown princess bike will go to her litte sister who is dying to move from a 12" red thingy to a 16 incher. Schweet!

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    My family is due for an upgrade as well.

    Thinking the new kids should whine and cry less. Perhaps actually help around the house as well. Where does one go to upgrade their family?

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    I just bought my daughter a Kona Stuff 24. Its a kiddo DJ bike with real components... great for kids, even if they don't leave the ground!
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    Quote Originally Posted by guacamole
    Where does one go to upgrade their family?
    The bedroom is a great place to start, although it could be done anywhere, you may check local laws for indecent exposure violations
    Golden Bike Park Group

    Peak Cycles Gravity Team & Bikeparts.com
    Trestle Bike Park

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    Quote Originally Posted by guacamole
    My family is due for an upgrade as well.

    Thinking the new kids should whine and cry less. Perhaps actually help around the house as well. Where does one go to upgrade their family?

    That's too funny!

    I have a 16 year old that doesn't listen I'll loan you for a while. Maybe you can knock some sense into him. If he says I need an iPhone one more time, someone may have to come bail me out of jail.

    My response is if you want it, then get a job and buy it.

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