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  1. #1
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    Getting my teens out on the trail!!!

    Been bugging my 3 boys for a while now to go trail riding with me and finally have all of them asking me " Hey dad when we going on our next ride ?" I'm so happy for them that they like it and hopefully MTB passion lasts a lifetime. Happy Trails

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    Go slow, keep them close, never drop the slower one.
    I don't rattle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berkeley Mike View Post
    Go slow, keep them close, never drop the slower one.
    We say the slower is the guider.

    Great family dynamic OP. Happy trails.
    2009 Stumpjumper Comp HT.
    An old Trek 820 ST.

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    That is great.

    After almost ten years of marriage, my wife finally started to ride with me. She has no interest in anything other than well maintained hiking type trails. But, it is fun to ride with her.

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