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    This guy is gonna be a pro!!!

    This is my boy, only two years old.
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    There we go, start em off early. Awesome.

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    i want one of those bikes. i will mount pegs onto it. just like chainless, just better.
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    You need to drive up to Monterey for the CCCX DH & enter him in the chainless race!!
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    Helmet nazis...

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    suweet man!

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    Nice style!
    The suspension of your bike sucks if it's different than mine. Really. It sucks. Big time.

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    That is awesome. Cute and he's got flow. Did he ride long canyon with you?

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    I wish my kids will love biking as much as this kid

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    Is it just me or does that look like a hardtail version of the Demo?

    I wish my dad would buy me one. Hahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynamatt
    That is awesome. Cute and he's got flow. Did he ride long canyon with you?

    Only the section along the houses, where its much safer for him. He can go pretty fast with no brakes...it gets scary watching him.

    Yes he has a helmet, however, for the sake of the pictures there wasn't a helmet on.

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    Look at the skid marks on the first pic.... he must be a skidmeister

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    Here's a photo of Daddy:
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    Jeez, I don't even like kids and even I think those are the cutest photos ever.
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    very sweet Jose.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000-oaks
    Here's a photo of Daddy:
    judging by that picture...the kid got his good looks from his wife
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    Her looks

    Bob, he may have her looks; but he's got more attitude than both of us, maybe the Nica blood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000-oaks
    Here's a photo of Daddy:
    Nice pic Drew considering that shot cost me $20.00, for running you over --twice-- and breaking your equipment.

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    nice pics, he's gonna be a heart breaker

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    Nice. I got my daughter one of those. I was a little early, she can't quite touch the ground yet.
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    Niiiice... Dang I wish I could've got a bike like that 3 years ago! I'm about ready to rip the training wheels of my 5-year old's bike, but he would've learned balance a lot quicker on one of those.

    Cool pics man, now I need to rip the cranks off my 2 year old's bike!
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    No breaks!!! this kid is out of control!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hozzerr1
    Nice pic Drew considering that shot cost me $20.00, for running you over --twice-- and breaking your equipment.
    how's the raspberry
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    Quote Originally Posted by hozzerr1
    This is my boy, only two years old.

    WHERE DID YOU GET THAT BIKE! I NEED ONE LIKE IT!!

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    awesome and he seams to be having a great time
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    Quote Originally Posted by lokomonkey
    WHERE DID YOU GET THAT BIKE! I NEED ONE LIKE IT!!
    Specialized makes them. It is actually a really good idea too.
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    Braaaap!

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    needs a set of codes
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    lookin' good for two years...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lokomonkey
    WHERE DID YOU GET THAT BIKE! I NEED ONE LIKE IT!!

    From my local bike shop. Here in So Cal. More like the Valley.
    The bike is made by Specialized.
    Hit me up and I'll call the bike shop, maybe they can hook it up for you.

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    Its a spec. "Hot Walk". We have races on them around the showroom in my shop

    It was all fun and games till one kid figured he could ride it like a scooter by putting his knee on the seat... dick

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    i love the huge grin on his face. you can tell he's hooked!

    that's awesome!

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    Those are great shots. You can see it in his eyes, he's already stoked on riding.

    Cool pics man, now I need to rip the cranks off my 2 year old's bike!
    That little bike is really cool. You should ditch the cranks and training wheels Cliffy, I've seen some kids learn this way recently and they seem to pick it up 10 times faster.

    Now my personal opinion is that training wheels are way more of a hinderance than any kind of help. They keep little kids from progressing...
    Refusing to grow up since 1978...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mike
    That little bike is really cool. You should ditch the cranks and training wheels Cliffy, I've seen some kids learn this way recently and they seem to pick it up 10 times faster.

    Now my personal opinion is that training wheels are way more of a hinderance than any kind of help. They keep little kids from progressing...
    SERIOUSLY WHEN jOSE WAS TALKING BOUT this bike I didn't think a kid would learn that fast....he was scooting in no time
    the trick is ENJOYING YOUR LIFE EACH DAY, don't waste them away wishing for better days

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