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    ... and if we just ... Kids, Moms, and Dads

    As I have looked at other threads, I couldn't help it but see that there's some avatars there with kids, assuming they are your offspring, I think kids rock!

    Now that I have been a dad for the past 9 months (18 months, considering Annabel was floating around in Sarah's love juice for 9 months), I think it has changed me as a person.

    When I ride home, I look so forward to spend time with my two girls, Sarah, the 34 year old one and Annabel, the 9 month old one.

    This morning, right before riding to work, I spent some time with one of the happiest babies in the world. Annabel cracks me up, she's a joker, and has teeth. She likes noodles and practically feeds herself.

    It's such a nice feeling being a dad and a good husband (at least I try to be), and with cycling, Annabel will learn to enjoy being outside and not become an HBFK. She's gonna kick ass, I tell you!

    Sorry of this is OT, I just wanted to post something positive in the SS forum. Me with a new job I love (get to design web and print...oh, and we even got a shower here!), Sarah and Annabel 6 miles away, and the opportunity to ride...it just rocks!

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    It's all good. My 15 months old plays tea party already, she cracks us up too.

    When she's old enough you'll have to get a trailer. It's awesome. Before the snow hit we did a family ride, everybody riding the trails: 3 kids (1, 10 and 12 yo), my wife and me (sweating bullets pulling the trailer up those trails with the SS). We all came back muddy but no one complained

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    Kids are awesome!

    She will enjoy what you do because she wants to be with you. Continue to make it fun and she will enjoy it because she likes it.

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    Jordan at 5 or 6 above and then Thanksgiving '03 below. He's the one who will be riding my Surly this summer.



    Danielle just started riding singletrack on her own (at age 6), but here she is pushing me around the trails (5 in this shot).


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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    As I have looked at other threads, I couldn't help it but see that there's some avatars there with kids, assuming they are your offspring, I think kids rock!

    Now that I have been a dad for the past 9 months (18 months, considering Annabel was floating around in Sarah's love juice for 9 months), I think it has changed me as a person.

    When I ride home, I look so forward to spend time with my two girls, Sarah, the 34 year old one and Annabel, the 9 month old one.

    This morning, right before riding to work, I spent some time with one of the happiest babies in the world. Annabel cracks me up, she's a joker, and has teeth. She likes noodles and practically feeds herself.

    It's such a nice feeling being a dad and a good husband (at least I try to be), and with cycling, Annabel will learn to enjoy being outside and not become an HBFK. She's gonna kick ass, I tell you!

    Sorry of this is OT, I just wanted to post something positive in the SS forum. Me with a new job I love (get to design web and print...oh, and we even got a shower here!), Sarah and Annabel 6 miles away, and the opportunity to ride...it just rocks!

    Hear, hear! Being a dad is great. We have two little girls, one 3 1/2 and the other 6 mos., and sometimes I cut my rides short because I want to get back to playing with them. Just the other evening I was out on an epic ride (a lap around the neighborhood) with the 3 y/o, and she thought she was pretty big stuff. We stopped at the dry fountain so we could zoom in and out of the bowl. She really got the flow on her trike!

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    Being a Dad is a trip

    We have a blast with our 4 year old. He amazes us with the stuff he comes up with sometimes. It seems like yesterday that he wasn't even crawling yet and now we're talking about school - sheesh. Where'd the time go?

    He's my boy and my best friend

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    Two boys (3 1/2 yrs and 8 mo) and a supportive wife make me a happy camper.

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    Sooner than you think.....

    She'll be ready to join you. It's a nice feeling.

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    2 kiddies

    little girl is 3-1/2 months - she smiles big now and is laughing... no trailer for a while...

    little boy is 21 months - he likes the burly trailer. He already broke the riser bars on his little tikes trike bike and Dad duct taped them back together for him. Hey little tikes how bout a 7075 version please?

    My Baby Momma is awesome too, she's the best. Although she is going a little 'cabin fever' this winter.
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    inspiration

    indeed.

    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    ...I think kids rock!...
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    A Dated Photo

    Yes indeed kids are wonderful and twins are doubly so. And they grow up. The one on the left is now a senior at USAF Academy (pilot qualified) and the other is a senior at UCLA (lawyer?).
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    Yup, kids are great

    I got a 4 yo girl (going on 15) and a 1 yo boy

    They make life great.

    quick biking/ kid story: I broke my arm practicing "stoppees" on a ride around the 'hood with the 4 yo (her on her own bike of course). she didn't care that dad was hurt, only that we had to cut the ride short and go home, boy was she mad. Picture wet hornet!!

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    Gotta post mine...

    My son probably rides more miles a week than I do, though a broken collar bone slowed him down a little - at least until I fixed the bike. My daughter will ride the tandem any time she can get me to pull it out of the garage.
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    Tell me about it

    He's already accomplished so much that is light years ahead of me.

    He races XC, DH and DS in our kids league, his best event is XC. He was won 2 straight championships but his heart is on DH.







    He also loves night riding.





    He wants to participate in the 2012 Olympics, we'll see if he makes it.

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    My favorite riding buddy..

    James aka Guy at about 5; he's now 6..

    1G1G, Brad
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    kids kick ass!

    Here's a tall glass of milk to a nice post. There's more love here than the "triathlon" message boards.

    Oh, and here's Annabel...
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    Pic is kinda old now, I think he was only 2 1/2 at the time and now he just turned 4. How fast time flies!

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    My boy has decided that this summer the training wheels come off. Any tips? It's been so long since I learned to ride without training wheels, I forget what worked with me. I can't wait to get him on some of the beginner loops on the local trails.

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    I was a proud Papa...

    First make sure they can sit on the seat and reach the ground. Take off the training wheels and pedals. Let em scoot around. It does not take long before they are riding on 2 wheels. Put the pedals back on and off they go!
    My Lil guy was at a bike race last Mothers day. While Mom was racing he saw some much older kids riding. He looked at his bike and said "takem off DaDa" . So I took em off. he acually was able to ride it on two! A couple of crashed later and we did the pedals off thing and it really clicked! We practiced for the rest of the summer. We have a 2 mile loop (around the block) he has acually done it two time in a row. For this coming summer I bought him a micro sized BMXer, so I'm hoping some trail riding is in our future.

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    What are you waiting for...go get the bike.....my kids
    were 'riding' before they were running.

    at least they can learn to turn and stop & such....
    and wipe out too!!

    and yes, it's an SS.
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    DiRt DeViL, your Son rocks, I remember seeing him at Maplelag, . Himself and so many of the other kids in the Kiddo class were so cool, competitive but you could tell they were enjoying what they were doing. I see kids in other sports pressured by parents living vicariously through their kids, and itís painful. But I havenít really seen that in from the cycling kids. Edit:Cycling kids excludes BMX'ers, those parents blow....I've started calling parents who think their 7yr old isn't winning because they need a bigger gear. Once a day during the BMX season some A-hole dad would come in and think his daughter needs a 47/13 to win. Edit:
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    G-reg, he's not the kid you're refering to but thanks for the encouragement. We don't even know where Maplelag is but you're correct in that in mountainbiking parents encourage the kids to give their max without pressuring them.

    I don't push or make him race because I want him to, he does it because he wants to and loves winning and because he loves winning so much he goes all out on every race. I just stand on the most difficult part of the trail and give him pointers, words of encouragement and squirt some cold water on his head to keep him cool, other than that he's on his own.

    BTW, I'm usually the course designer, my daughter does the start and finish and my wife does the scoring. It's a whole family deal when the little devil is racing. To keep all racers motivated we give trophies to the first 3 places per class plus medals to all participants, believe it or not but wining a trophy is the goal of many of the kids. Also, when the annual award ceremony is done the champions of the kids league get championship trophies.

    Here's a pic of last years award ceremony along with grandpa (he also tags along once in a while).



    Here's him on a DH race, he won his class and finished with the second best time overall.



    Here's him doing DS, finished 3rd that day.



    You have no idea how much mountainbiking has helped him. He has a speech impairment and by being successfull on a sport his self steem has raised and makes him comunicate/socialize with others helping him on his treatment. Hopefully this year he'll finish his treatment and will continue to enjoy a "normal" life along with the love for cycling in general.

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    Ha, my bad. I see this upon closer inspection. But he really looks like this kid I saw in the MN mtb series, and the course he's on looks like one of the events on that calendar. Anyway, just know he has some stiff future competition from a long lost twin in Minnesota.
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    Mine.

    Both 2 and 4 legged.

    This pic is from Fall '03,Danny's now 6 1/2 and Dorothy is 4.

    The pooches are (left to right) Shane 2, Buck 12 1/2 and Phoenix 10 1/2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    As I have looked at other threads, I couldn't help it but see that there's some avatars there with kids, assuming they are your offspring, I think kids rock!

    Now that I have been a dad for the past 9 months (18 months, considering Annabel was floating around in Sarah's love juice for 9 months), I think it has changed me as a person.

    When I ride home, I look so forward to spend time with my two girls, Sarah, the 34 year old one and Annabel, the 9 month old one.

    This morning, right before riding to work, I spent some time with one of the happiest babies in the world. Annabel cracks me up, she's a joker, and has teeth. She likes noodles and practically feeds herself.

    It's such a nice feeling being a dad and a good husband (at least I try to be), and with cycling, Annabel will learn to enjoy being outside and not become an HBFK. She's gonna kick ass, I tell you!

    Sorry of this is OT, I just wanted to post something positive in the SS forum. Me with a new job I love (get to design web and print...oh, and we even got a shower here!), Sarah and Annabel 6 miles away, and the opportunity to ride...it just rocks!
    While I don't have any of my own, my sister (who still lives at home with me), just had a baby 2 weeks ago. Came as a bit of a suprise as she is only 19. The baby's father wants nothing to do with her or the baby. Fine by me, but he will pay support, I guarantee that. Life doesn't always turn out the way we expected, but I'm really looking forward to helping raise this little angel.
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    Nice post Ernesto. I have two sons, Jack(6yrs.) and Graham(2 yrs.). At Gnome Fest Jack may have rode more miles than any of us.
    Here's a pic of him the moment he learned to ride a bike.
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    Smile

    Here's my 9 year old daughter riding my wife's Juliana...while the second and third picture was a pleasure ride around the lake...:-)
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    Yes indeed, children are amazing. They grow up way too fast though. My son Sam is my best buddy. I am trying to convince mom we need to start saving for a Ventana Tandem MTB now.
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    I just found out a couple weeks ago that I'm gonna be a dad. Scary, but exciting. Great post!

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    ... and if we just ... Give me a week or two and I'll be able to post a picture!

    Wife is due on Feb. 13th! This will be our first- true Honeymoon baby!
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    congratulations!

    Quote Originally Posted by Farmboy
    I just found out a couple weeks ago that I'm gonna be a dad. Scary, but exciting. Great post!
    Congratulations...


    Tonight, during dinner, Annabel was playing in the living room while we were eating. I said to Sarah "see what sperm does?"

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    Thanks for your pictures.....

    Truly.... when it is all said and done, Family comes first.

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    Kids are the best thing to happen to us...

    When my wife and I were dinks we had no idea how much kids mattered. Ruthie Juliana (see any mtb references in there?) is 3 years old. Finn Jacob is 3 months old.
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    Great post guys. Being divorced, I don't get to spend as much time as I'd like to with her. But we have a ball. When I talk to her on the phone at night, she always wants to hear about what happened on my ride that night. And she loves to get the tools out of the tool box and "work" on my bikes. Its entertaining to watch!

    Here is Jacqueline.

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    Kids are great! Here are some future trailriders...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullit_cn
    Here's my 9 year old daughter riding my wife's Juliana...while the second and third picture was a pleasure ride around the lake...:-)
    What's the size of the Juliana and how tall is your daughter?

    I'll be looking for a FS frame for my son next year and affordable choices are very limited.

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    since everyone is sharing...

    Here is a pic that is a little old, and (way) close up! This is Erinn, she is now 9. My wife and I are cycling nuts and Erinn has been exposed to bikes since she was born. She rode her first trike at 1-1/2, and a bike w/o trainers at 3 and now....
    She has shown very little interest in cycling. She has a very nice mnt bike that she enjoyed building it with me, but she rarely rides it. I don't want to force it on her.
    It just goes to show you how much is hard wired in kids and how little influence you have on what they think.
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    Oh ernesto, you big sap.

    j/k. I love my daughter as much as any father can. She's great! 8 months out and things are gettign really fun. Lisa swears she heard Sidra say Da! as she was pointing at a picture of me while they were on vaca last weekend. I bought her her first bike at the Madison swapmeet. She already loves 'riding' it. She giggles and slaps her hand as I push her around the house. There's really not much else out there that makes me happier than seeing Sidra smile and flirt/play with me. Being a Dad Rules!
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    Good post Ernesto!

    Since three weeks I am a proud dad too. I realy enjoy it, and hope it only gets better. Hope she'll like to ride when she gets older, try to softly push her into the right direction


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    Kids are awesome...

    My 4 year old daughter and I, last night at the kitchen table.

    She wanted me to look through the Performance Mag received in the mail yesterday. We went page by page. She picked out new helmets, shoes, shorts, jerseys, water bottles, watches, glasses...for the both of us.

    Sadly, I looked down and saw only 3 pages left. I treasured every single second...


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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL
    What's the size of the Juliana and how tall is your daughter?

    I'll be looking for a FS frame for my son next year and affordable choices are very limited.
    Hi DD,
    The Juliana is a small size for my petite wife (4'10') and my 9 yr old daugther is now 4'6"...Sooner my daughter will become taller than my wife...
    My daughter is using my Bullit Azonic Lounge saddle so she can easily adjust her position on the bike without changing the stem length(90mm) that my wife is using...
    Last night she ask me to buy her a Juliana also because it rides like a marshmallow on the trail...I sratch my head and tell her of course...hahaha:-)
    I told her instead, when she grow up a little bit, I'll give her my Blur and she was very happy indeed...
    I was so happy that both my wife and daughter not only support my passion in biking but they're also enjoying it...I attached another pictures of my daughter...I just can't stop looking at her...
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    Thanks for the info, went to the SC website last night and the frame is just too expensive for a growing kid. Seems that a Jamis Dakar will be on his christmas list if I can't find anything else at an affordable price.

    Your daughter seems tall on the pics and will take the Juliana or Blur out of your hands very soon IMO. Hope that you have some biking funds available so you or your wife will be able to get a ride quickly.

    I also get very happy every time I see pics of my kid in action and even happier when we ride together.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Fully rigid...and Pink...

    I am trying to get my girl started early, She just turned 2 months last friday. I think she would prefer a fox up front...then she might be able to hold on better...
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    here we are last weekend hanging out in the dolomites. i would ski in the morning then sell my lift ticket to late comers and head home to play with luca (2 and a half months) and take him out for walks around the village. yesterday we walked around rome. i think we will head to the colosseum today and ROCK OUT!
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    Nice thread Ernesto!

    My boy Felix was just learning to crawl, had only done a few feet, then I came home from a night ride and walk in the front door of the apartment and my wife and he are on the other side of the living room, he see's me and the bike and crawls the whole way over to see me, probably 15'. Months later I go away to gnomefest, my wife rings and says Felix has a surprise for me. I get home home and he takes his first few steps to meet me at the door as I come in with the bike.

    We take him in the trailer when ever we can, I also have a seat that sits on the TT in front of the saddle that he can sit on. Its going on the monkey real soon. Our bikes lived on a rack in our bedroom for his first 11 months, he could say bike pretty early on. Here he is at 4 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    As I have looked at other threads, I couldn't help it but see that there's some avatars there with kids, assuming they are your offspring, I think kids rock!
    Good Post Ernesto !

    I have to agree 100 %. I didn't think that I wanted to be a dad, but now I wouldn't know what to do without my little girl. Sidney has awhile too before she'll be riding, but I can't wait to pull her around in a trail this spring. She just turned 1 at the beginning of the year and is doing great considering she was born 9 weeks early and spent 6 in the hospital, 5 of which were spent in an incubator.

    Congrats on having one of the happiest babies in the world. I'm lucky enough to have one too and she's quite a joker as well. She laughs nonstop...even though half of them are fake. If she's not laughing she's growling. What a trip!
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    Here is my son (4) in his first race last year. He will be on a little bigger bike next season.



    Now if I can just get little brother (1) on his first bike....

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    I just can't describe how much I love being a dad. Never thought I'd be this guy and here I am. Nice post Ernesto.

    Wife Pamela with Sela (she'll kill me for posting a pic of her).
    Daughter Sela (bike shot is 1 year Bday, threw her leg over that with no hesitation, awesome) She's now 15mos old.
    Son Sawyer now two months old.

    Good stuff I tell ya.

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