Hi everyone - noob dad here (at least from a dirt bike perspective). I have told my kids (10yo son and 12yo daughter) that I would get them a dirt bike and give them a chance to do some racing, if they like it (there's a flat track site/weekend series within a couple of hours from where we live that looks like fun). We'll probably also take them to a motocross track nearby to learn on and see how it goes. They love riding on our street motorcycles, but have never ridden dirt bikes before. I got a great deal on a fully race-built CR85R Expert that I know is too much bike for them to begin with. What I'd like to know from the experts here is what the best way is to go to help them learn. I am thinking about getting smaller wheels & tires, maybe lowering links (for now) and (hopefully) a stock CR85 (or smaller) motor that I could install for them to learn on before riding the full-on race-ready setup that is on it now. I shouldn't have any trouble working from the manual to swap out the engine or take care of the bike, but the challenge will be finding sources/suppliers in southern Ontario (Durham region). I have a shipping depot service that I can use in the US, if that's the recommended way to go. Hopefully you guys can point me in the right direction and help build a plan of attack. Who knows, you guys may tell me that I made a huge mistake and should sell this bike and buy them something else. Thanks in advance for the help!