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    Really neat to see my son riding no hands on the Cleary Bikes website.

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    Now that's cool.

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    Very cool. I have been all over that site of late. I think my 5 year old may be getting the 16" wheeler for Christmas.
    It's listed at 16 lbs, versus the 23 lb Marin (with stupid suspension fork) that our neighbor sold us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robin3mj View Post
    Very cool. I have been all over that site of late. I think my 5 year old may be getting the 16" wheeler for Christmas.
    It's listed at 16 lbs, versus the 23 lb Marin (with stupid suspension fork) that our neighbor sold us.
    They are great bikes. Both of my kids ride them
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    I recall when you first posted that pic. He is big time now!

    I have a similar picture of my daughter riding her bike about that same age, mouth open eyes wide with joy. Years later it brings a smile every time I see it.
     

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    Really nice. The simple things in life, no? Good for both of you!
     

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    Apple falls within radius of tree...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdmtong View Post
    I recall when you first posted that pic. He is big time now!

    I have a similar picture of my daughter riding her bike about that same age, mouth open eyes wide with joy. Years later it brings a smile every time I see it.
    Just sayin'...the apple may fall close to the tree, but the fruit is adapted to be eaten by a bear and crapped out a few miles up the road, where it sprouts and takes off on its own. I'd say any parent getting their kid out that early is more the bear providing the head start than the tree dropping the apple. Or, maybe he is both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TTX1 View Post
    Apple falls within radius of tree...
    Quote Originally Posted by mjbabcock View Post
    Just sayin'...the apple may fall close to the tree, but the fruit is adapted to be eaten by a bear and crapped out a few miles up the road, where it sprouts and takes off on its own. I'd say any parent getting their kid out that early is more the bear providing the head start than the tree dropping the apple. Or, maybe he is both.
    so it starts with no hands and a S Eating Grin but in a few years (age 9) now I am bombing some adv-intermediate DH runs with her at lift-assisted Northstar-at-Tahoe. Gotta say, nothing better than riding with your daughter. (or wife). Both - assuming they can really ride. which my daughter and wife can.

    H is on the path for sure. Chapeau to him.
     

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