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My kid's first ride on his 2011 crf50 (4 yrs old)

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Took my son out to Carnegie for his first ride on his new crf50!! He had a ttr50 before but it never ran right so I got fed up and bought him an early Christmas present. He rode about 30 laps around the learner oval track and did awesome! It was his second time without training wheels which he had been riding with since he was 2. It's the best feeling ever when you're watching your kid riding and having a great time!! I will be eating his dust on the trails in no time and I can't wait!! :bonk::thumbsup:

http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p257/richie44rich/Carson2.jpg

http://i130.photobucket.com/albums/p257/richie44rich/Carson1.jpg

http://s130.photobucket.com/albums/p257/richie44rich/?action=view&current=Carson_Video.mp4

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I cant wait to be a dad someday just for this reason, even though that's a ways out for me. (only 19) haha I can only imagine how proud you are as a father! :bonk:

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awesome!!!! good to see a dad startin the little tyke off early! and nice bike too! you can see how stoked your boy is in those pictures too...and i can definitely tell he's already HOOKED!

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I just picked up an 07 CRF50F for my daughter to start on. She just turned 5. Her name is Carsyn! Here she is on her 13 y.o. brother's CR85RB

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Can't wait until Christmas afternoon!!!

Jim

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Great to see!! I know the feeling its been a few years but the boy loves his 50!! Im trying to squeeze another season out of it before the upgrade! Love riding with my Boy. Dont really like the cost of gear and how fast they grow out of it bikes as well. But I love it all the same. He'll be keeping up with you in no time! LOl.

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That is awesome! Hopefully we get to see some more vids to see him as he progresses. Thanks for sharing! Great thing about those CRF50's is that they can never be outgrown, You can hop it up and have a killer pit bike that him and dad built for him to show off to all his friends when he hits junior high/ high school, and better yet you can work on it with him. All memories that will never be forgotten. I rem. wrenching on my bikes with my dad more than I rem. the riding for some reason. Something about spending the day in the garage with dad that sticks with a kid forever.

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