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    Welcome I liked the way he just picked himself up and dusted himself off! Bet you can't wait to get him on that Banshee.

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    Hey, I'm Jim, 35 years old with three offspring I'm a returning mountain biker, already broken a couple of ribs so far this year and trying to avoid a repeat!!

    My kids are Sophie who is 6 and a half now,
    Ethan who's coming 5 in a couple of months,
    Erin who is turning 3 next week.

    I love them to bits, they've all got bikes, well, Erin gets hers this weekend for her birthday gift.

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    Hi - I am chuck, 44 years old. this is an awesome forum. I have 3 awesome kids. Emma - 12, Charlie - 9.9, Leo - just hit 5 today. I just got them riding on some loops Spring of '13. Emma rocks a trek MT220 (24" she bought with yard sale earnings) in purple, and she is too big for it. Charlie is riding a 20" trek, also too little, and Leo's quiver is a strider knock off (like it better than strider), a cruiser, and a big box 10" hand-me-down bmx style bike. It will be an expensive spring considering they all need new rides and I just bought a gently used Surly Krampus...

    Here are some pics of Leo on the attack:
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    He always wants to ditch school and go ride, and I can appreciate that.

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    Re: Parents - Roll call here.

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    Hi - I am chuck, 44 years old. this is an awesome forum. I have 3 awesome kids. Emma - 12, Charlie - 9.9, Leo - just hit 5 today. I just got them riding on some loops Spring of '13. Emma rocks a trek MT220 (24" she bought with yard sale earnings) in purple, and she is too big for it. Charlie is riding a 20" trek, also too little, and Leo's quiver is a strider knock off (like it better than strider), a cruiser, and a big box 10" hand-me-down bmx style bike. It will be an expensive spring considering they all need new rides and I just bought a gently used Surly Krampus...

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    He always wants to ditch school and go ride, and I can appreciate that.
    Just upgraded my 10 yr old son to 1999 gary fisher big sur 14" that has been pimped. $200 son. Rjde the shiz out of that lightweight. I will be in his dust cloud on my krampus. Hooting all the way!!!

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    Parents - Roll call here.

    My name is Al, 42. Lilly is my oldest (2 1/2), and baby to be names later is due by April 25!

    Lilly already reads my Mountain Bike Action subs when they come in the mail!


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    AJ here. Lisa (3.5y) got her Supurb BO12 today. We took it out the box, assembled it and off she went. Think she will have little trouble passing on the Strider to one of her little friends...
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    Nice bike, haven't seen one of them before

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProjectMayhem View Post
    Nice bike, haven't seen one of them before
    Only introduced at Interbike last year. German brand/design. Lisa her bike is from the first production run. First impression is very good, solid build and as light as it can get within a EUR 400 price tag

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    Still amazed how quick she picked up cycling. The Strider has def helped a lot there. Also think it was a good thing we started with a 12" bike even though she will probably on a 14" bike in no time.
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    Nice one!

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    Mark here. Last two years I have been riding with my now almost 9 year old daughter in the Netherlands. I am currently looking to get her a small 26" bike we can build up with some light parts and a fork that actually does something.

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    Hi, I am Emil. My wife and I have three sons, ages 4, 8, and 12. We live in a fairly quiet area with some beautiful bike paths near Lake Michigan. We enjoy the fresh air while keeping active with our boys. One thing I have learned as a parent bicycling with young kids is that you can never be too safe. We have enjoyed many great family bike rides, but even in our quiet area with little traffic we have had close calls. One time when our middle son was just learning, we went for a bike ride where I was in the lead, next was him, then our oldest, and my wife with the youngest in the attached bicycle carrier. We stayed on the bike paths, and then there was a spot were we needed to turn right along the bike path. If you went straight you would go out into the road. I was coaching our middle son to slow down, and follow me to the right along the bike path. Well his foot slipped while slowing down, and instead of turning he went straight going out to the road while a car was coming. Thankfully, he didn't get hit, but it was a very close call. So I came up with an idea, being a hockey player, I had an old hockey stick shaft that I hockey taped to the front of his bike, and I then fastened it to the seat pole of mine. It worked great! He was still able to steer a bit on his own, but I could set the pace, slow him down or stop him. The next 6 or so family bike rides I used this contraption with him and it allowed me to coach him better, while it built his confidence. I wanted to share this idea with other families, because I'm sure there are similar stories out there. You can make your own, or I just designed a non-hockey stick version that you can check out if you like at Learn and Ride by Top Serve LLC . The one on the web site is made from furniture grade PVC, but if you wanted to make one yourself you could simply use PVC from the hardware store along with some nylon rope. Having your little one tethered to your bike, for my wife and I has made for a much more relaxing bike ride.

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    I'm Rachel. 3 kids. 2 girls, ages 8 and 6, one boy 4. My husband races and I did a couple this year as well (very slowly). Let the kids do the "kids' race" at each of mine. The oldest seems pretty interested in maybe doing a camp next year and/or racing. We also took them to COMBA's Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day this last weekend and the 6 year old likes to go fast down hills and through the twisty single track in the trees. The 4 year old just learned to pedal a month or two ago.

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    I'm Tom, ~40 and i've been riding since I was a kid. I moved to Munich in 2000 and my boss got me into mountian bike marathons in the Alps so I got an 'OK' bike there - my Scott - and have loved riding ever since.

    However, I mostly don't ride at all since moving to the Toronto area where the lifestyle does not have a huge amount of free time, but I digress

    I got my son a runners-bike wooden runner when he was nearly 2 and he's a somewhat stubborn kid and wouldn't go near it for ages. At some point when he was 2, he warmed to the idea and was off. I think he was taking it on gentle skate park stuff around his 3rd birthday. When that was getting too small for him, I 'de-pedalled' a 12" toddler bike and that became his new balance bike, but it took him a long time to get used to it and still preferred his wooden one even when he had turned 4.

    As for pedals, he was never one to work out pedalling for the longest time, even on one of those kiddy trike things. I got him a 14" pedal bike when he was 4, but he was really resistant to trying it and didn't get round to riding it until he was 5, this year.

    Because of his reluctance to pedal, I had let him use his balance bike for a very long time, and he loves it, but I didn't realise there were so many cool bikes now (Spawn). Maybe they would have helped the cause.

    Now I am stuck wondering what to do next. The 14" toy-shop bike he has now is abysmal and I really like the look of the 16" spawn bike, but wondering if I left it too late and should move on to a 20" bike now.

    And that brings me here, where I will no doubt spend a few months reading & researching, trying to work out what to get him next. he turns 6 in March next year...

    Hi all!

    Tom...

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    I'm Ryan. My wife and I are almost 30 and we have 4 kids. Our twins are 5, our next is 2 and we have an infant. The twins rock pedal bikes and the 2yr old is on a strider.
    We all love to ride. The twins are learning the art of dirt and one of them loves it. The other likes going fast on the bike path.

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    Hello all

    First post here at mtbr. Thought i'd intro myself since chances are this forum is where i'll be lurking most

    Lee here from Vancouver BC. Wife & i late 30s, with our with 3 kids, 12 girl, 10 boy, 6 girl who all started riding bikes at about 3 years old. Now heavily into the BMX racing scene for the last 5 years. All 3 kids are nationally ranked in Canada & US, and ride for Staats Bicycles. We as a family all love to ride bikes, and now wanting to get into the mtb scene since theres so much awesome terrain here. Looking to build/buy 'proper' dirtjumper/AM bikes for the oldest two. a 2-4 for the boy, and a 26 for the girl to get us going. its fun learning & researching new bikes, specs & gear!

    heres my 12 year old:
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    lil 6 year old:
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    hoping to learn lots and maybe throw in a couple pennies here n there!

    cheers
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    Great photos Lee! What make/model are those bikes?

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    Hello, I am Neil. I have been riding bikes since around age 6 or 7. Rode a lot during my teens and in college. Put a lot of miles on my old Diamondback riding from one end of the VT campus to the other.

    I am now in my 40s and have four sons from age 14 to 7. I got back into riding this spring since teaching two (9 and 7) of my four sons ride. My oldest (14) son also got back into riding this spring since learning to ride about 5 years go. My sons and I try to ride around the neighborhood and nearby trails in the afternoon and on weekends. It's great excercise for everyone (and it sure beats running and tearing up my knee and ankle joints). The best part is that the boys will ask me if we can go riding, so they are motivated in that way.

    I also need to get my wife back into riding with the rest of the family. She has not been on a bike since she was 13.
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    I'm DD. 46. Rode mtb a lot 20 years ago. Got a job that has no set schedule and lots of hours. Had no time for biked. Live close to Great Allegheny Passage. Wife loves the trail. 6 y/o son just getting into it (outgrown his Hotrock 20--tallest kid in kindergarten, taller than most of the 1st graders) upgrading old Hotrock 24 for him now. Youngest is 2. Started out loving the chariot, now hates it, but enjoys the jogging stroller. Go figure

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    I'm Ryan, 35. Wife and I Got in to MTB about 4 months ago and love it.

    We have two kids Daughter who will be 7 in July and son who just turned two. Daughter didn't really take an interest in biking until last September and since then we've been through three bikes. She started in her little 16" then graduated to a 20" single speed and I bought my wife and I cheap bikes. We started riding the local bike paths around Valencia, Ca and we're doing 15 miles with her on the single speed. We then got her a diamondback 20" which she did much better on and I bought my wife and I new decent bikes (29er Rockhopper for me and a 27.5 specialized Jynx for her). The diamondback shifter was unbelievably difficult and I looked at upgrading components and realized it was going to cost me nearly what the bike did. So we hit the LBS and she ended up with a Hardrock 24" and now she gives me a run for my money. I tow our two year in a Weehoo iGo trailer and when we are at the park or home he mobs around on his Haro Prewheelz. He goes down hills/driveways/stairs whatever he can find. He's a monster and will probably be on pedals in 6 months or less.

    We took my daughter and son and their first MTB ride last weekend and they loved it. My daughter constantly talks about wanting to join a team. Unfortunately can't find anything local for her to get in with. So until we can we will just keep hitting local trails as a family.

    I'll post up some pictures when I'm on my computer. My phone won't let me.

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    Hi I'm Shane and I've been riding since about 3 or 4 years old. I grew up in a family that placed a huge importance on riding two wheels (bicycles and motorcycles). Growing up we would do organized rides like 25 miler's where you have organized rest stops for snacks drinks and hanging out. We also used to have a whole family bike ride that one of the family members would host each year, usually in the 25 mile range. The only requirememt was that there had to be an ice cream stop somewhere on the route. This was about 20-30 family members, all shape and sizes

    Once I went to high school I traded the bicycles in for a legit dirt bike and did a little racing and riding with my dad on the trails. As a senior in high school I traded in the dirt bike for a crotch rocket (FZR 600), that bike was fast and light (and scared the hell out of my parents). Once in college I couldn't afford the insurance anymore so I sold the FZR and bought my first real mountain bike, a Trek 830. Loved that bike and rode the hell out of it until one day the bike ferries (the thieving kind) took it away from me. This was the first time since I could remember that I didn't have a bike to ride, motor or no motor. Let's just say that was kinda like the dark ages for me. After that year of college I worked all summer and bought a gem of a mountain bike, a Klien Pulse comp 3, which I still have today (thank you bike ferry!). I think that bike really solidified the art of mountain biking with me!

    After graduating college I went to work in the "real world" and kinda lost my biking way for a year or so to focus on life as an adult. I then met one of my lifelong friends who re-introduced me to my old Klien and the fire was rekindled. Then came the Vicious Cycles "Metal Guru". Wow that was (and still is) a bad ass bike! I have still not found a bike that fit me quite like that bike did, like a glove. After riding that for several years I went into the 29er world with a Redline "Flight 29" single speed. Lets just say that it set another fire that burned into a SS revolution for me. I rode the hell out of that bike taking it into several 100 mile mountain bike races and mountain journeys. I then started designing my own bikes with some of the local builders. I learned after a few frames that light weight can sometimes be a little fragile and was repairing my frames until they couldn't be fixed anymore. I then called on Carl Strong who really knows whats up in the frame building biz. That bike is still rocking and I plan on riding it in the upcoming Leadville 100 this year!

    Now back to the parent side of things. I am a dad of 2 young boys who have changed the way I think about riding. They started on striders and started pedaling by themselves at ages 2 and 3. For me riding is like breathing so I really wanted to make sure my boys are starting the right way. After a few hand-me-downs from some of my friends we decided to buck up and purchase a "real" 20" bike. We went down the the lbs and bought a canondale trail. The thinking was that "its a cannondale" it should be a great bike. So we rode it home from the bike shop and he loved it until we got to the hill near our house, he tried to but just couldn't make it up the hill. Once we got home I threw it on the scale and realized that the bike was 23lbs, more than half of his body weight. I then started really looking at the bike to swap out components to lighten it up but noticed that some of the parts were just not a good fit. The bars were almost as wide as my bars, so I cut them down to fit his chest size. That's when I started thinking, why doesn't someone make a better/lighter kids bike, after all we just dropped $300 on it and it wasn't that great.

    I work in the bike industry and couldn't figure this out, so I decided, why not make my own? How hard could it be, right? Well that led me down the path of creating an entirely new brand of bikes that focuses on how kids ride and making sure they can start riding without the burden of heavy weights and poor geometry/components. Out of this journey Pello Bikes was born. Now when the boys are riding they are not only pedaling for the sake of pedaling, they are loving it! Asking me all sorts of questions about how to do this or that and even riding up that big hill that we struggled with not that long ago.

    After a lot of design revisions and prototyping I wanted to make sure we were on to something so we started passing the prototypes out to testers (mostly friends and family with kids that ride). All the feed back has been positive and decided to try and make a go with these little bikes and start offering them for sale. We are currently on kickstarter and have our website up and going now, with regular reports on Facebook we feel that the cycling community has started to embrace Pello and hope that it will continue into the future. After all, life's an Adventure, Let's Ride!

    Please check us out and spread the word if you like what we are trying to do.

    pellobikes.com

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...-childrens-bic

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    For the love of cycling

    Hi I'm Shane and I've been riding since about 3 or 4 years old. I grew up in a family that placed a huge importance on riding two wheels (bicycles and motorcycles). Growing up we would do organized rides like 25 miler's where you have organized rest stops for snacks drinks and hanging out. We also used to have a whole family bike ride that one of the family members would host each year, usually in the 25 mile range. The only requirememt was that there had to be an ice cream stop somewhere on the route. This was about 20-30 family members, all shape and sizes

    Once I went to high school I traded the bicycles in for a legit dirt bike and did a little racing and riding with my dad on the trails. As a senior in high school I traded in the dirt bike for a crotch rocket (FZR 600), that bike was fast and light (and scared the hell out of my parents). Once in college I couldn't afford the insurance anymore so I sold the FZR and bought my first real mountain bike, a Trek 830. Loved that bike and rode the hell out of it until one day the bike ferries (the thieving kind) took it away from me. This was the first time since I could remember that I didn't have a bike to ride, motor or no motor. Let's just say that was kinda like the dark ages for me. After that year of college I worked all summer and bought a gem of a mountain bike, a Klien Pulse comp 3, which I still have today (thank you bike ferry!). I think that bike really solidified the art of mountain biking with me!

    After graduating college I went to work in the "real world" and kinda lost my biking way for a year or so to focus on life as an adult. I then met one of my lifelong friends who re-introduced me to my old Klien and the fire was rekindled. Then came the Vicious Cycles "Metal Guru". Wow that was (and still is) a bad ass bike! I have still not found a bike that fit me quite like that bike did, like a glove. After riding that for several years I went into the 29er world with a Redline "Flight 29" single speed. Lets just say that it set another fire that burned into a SS revolution for me. I rode the hell out of that bike taking it into several 100 mile mountain bike races and mountain journeys. I then started designing my own bikes with some of the local builders. I learned after a few frames that light weight can sometimes be a little fragile and was repairing my frames until they couldn't be fixed anymore. I then called on Carl Strong who really knows whats up in the frame building biz. That bike is still rocking and I plan on riding it in the upcoming Leadville 100 this year!

    Now back to the parent side of things. I am a dad of 2 young boys who have changed the way I think about riding. They started on striders and started pedaling by themselves at ages 2 and 3. For me riding is like breathing so I really wanted to make sure my boys are starting the right way. After a few hand-me-downs from some of my friends we decided to buck up and purchase a "real" 20" bike. We went down the the lbs and bought a canondale trail. The thinking was that "its a cannondale" it should be a great bike. So we rode it home from the bike shop and he loved it until we got to the hill near our house, he tried to but just couldn't make it up the hill. Once we got home I threw it on the scale and realized that the bike was 23lbs, more than half of his body weight. I then started really looking at the bike to swap out components to lighten it up but noticed that some of the parts were just not a good fit. The bars were almost as wide as my bars, so I cut them down to fit his chest size. That's when I started thinking, why doesn't someone make a better/lighter kids bike, after all we just dropped $300 on it and it wasn't that great.

    I work in the bike industry and couldn't figure this out, so I decided, why not make my own? How hard could it be, right? Well that led me down the path of creating an entirely new brand of bikes that focuses on how kids ride and making sure they can start riding without the burden of heavy weights and poor geometry/components. Out of this journey Pello Bikes was born. Now when the boys are riding they are not only pedaling for the sake of pedaling, they are loving it! Asking me all sorts of questions about how to do this or that and even riding up that big hill that we struggled with not that long ago.

    After a lot of design revisions and prototyping I wanted to make sure we were on to something so we started passing the prototypes out to testers (mostly friends and family with kids that ride). All the feed back has been positive and decided to try and make a go with these little bikes and start offering them for sale. We are currently on kickstarter and have our website up and going now, with regular reports on Facebook we feel that the cycling community has started to embrace Pello and hope that it will continue into the future. After all, life's an Adventure, Let's Ride!

    Please check us out and spread the word if you like what we are trying to do.

    pellobikes.com

    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...-childrens-bic
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    LOVE IT!!!

    in 25 yrs old, i have a 3 1/2 yr girl, she loves bikes, can only ride trike as of yet, BUT will learn 2wheeler this Christmas when santa brings her a big girl bike...

    i ride a fatbike (low end LOL) the wife will be riding her 24" magna she got from a friend(shes also pregnant with #2 right now!!!)

    right now just looking for a trailer so i can lug my lil one around, shes always asking to go with me, but cant yet... i cant wait till she rides and we can go as a family!

    im going to be following this thread because i love seeing kids get into biking!!!

    happy riding all!

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    Hi,

    I am Jan, Dutch guy living in Germany (Europe). I'm just over 40 and have two sons, one is now 4 1/2 and the other one just 6 months. I myself have been into mountainbiking since I was 15 or so, my first bike was a specialized rockhopper in pink with bright green decals Sold my last MTB last year since it was only collecting dust in the basement, no time for MTB anymore with two kids...but I build up a new touring bike last year, since I started commuting by bike every day a few years ago, which is approx. 7m each way.

    My oldest son likes riding so far, last weekend we made a camping trip of 4 miles each way on which he carried his own sleeping bag and mat. On the way home on Sunday it rained for the entire 4m and I believe he didn't even take notice of it. Furthermore we have been riding on the skater's place a few times, which he likes a lot, too.

    I am thinking now of getting him a kiddy mtb or at least a geared bike. We live in the south of Hamburg, close to the forest which has a lot of good forest roads and nice trails of all kinds to practice on. I will dig around in this subforum to see if there is anything useful (first impression: yes a lot of useful things)

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