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    Another proud member of the SWISS army

    My son's first bike had to be a SS, right? Of course, no self respecting SS'er would be without the appropriate apres-ride footwear as well...
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    Schweeet

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    My son's first bike had to be a SS, right? Of course, no self respecting SS'er would be without the appropriate apres-ride footwear as well...
    Good deal EP.
    Was it his birthday or an early Christmas present?
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    The Kind

    Fully rigid with riser bars and a blinged out matching helmet! It don't get better than that.

    My 8 YO daughter's on her third Specialized but these days she's digging the gears, RST fork, TruVativ cranks and almunium frame. I guess that's her act of pre-adolescent rebellion.

    Her last Hot Rock has a "No TV" logo on the seattube.
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    Late birthday

    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrdr98
    Good deal EP.
    Was it his birthday or an early Christmas present?
    Late birthday present. His b-day was December 3rd, but we couldn't have his party until last night, due to scheduling conflicts. The bike is a little big for him (he's still digging his tricycle), but he'll get a few good years out of it. "Bike" was the second word he ever said, much to his mother's chagrin! Gotta get 'em hooked young!

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    mini jersey too

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    Fully rigid with riser bars and a blinged out matching helmet! It don't get better than that.

    My 8 YO daughter's on her third Specialized but these days she's digging the gears, RST fork, TruVativ cranks and almunium frame. I guess that's her act of pre-adolescent rebellion.

    Her last Hot Rock has a "No TV" logo on the seattube.
    Nice! My wife found a sweet little Trek toddler jersey for him too at IMT's fall blowout sale a couple of months ago. Of course, my reaction was "What does he need a jersey for?" but I think he'll want to wear it all the time next summer!

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    Nice pictures...

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    My son's first bike had to be a SS, right? Of course, no self respecting SS'er would be without the appropriate apres-ride footwear as well...
    and there's like a fully rigid singlespeed, no matter how old (or young) you are.
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