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  • Premier Icon hatter
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    Got the wee man his first runner bike at the weekend, his legs are still about 1/2″ too short but he totally gets it and the cackles of glee as I pushed him around were magic, come on kiddo, keep growing!

    jackthedog
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    Bit dusty in here.

    ti_pin_man
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    +1

    /nothing else needs adding

    Junkyard
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    Done my first cycling holiday with mine
    Tis awesome

    cbmotorsport
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    ‘Like’.

    Premier Icon composite
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    Genuinely heart warming. Thanks for sharing. πŸ™‚

    Premier Icon kimbers
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    awesomes!

    no KOMs…

    Pathetic.

    πŸ˜‰

    Lovely post, very smile inducing!

    manitou
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    you need to get some training in.. that little guy is dropping you far too easily

    organic355
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    Wifes due a boy in December, is it too early to get him his 1st bike?

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    that little guy is dropping you far too easily

    Is it Nairo Quintana?

    richpips
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    Riding with ones kids is ace.

    stevious
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    No, no, I’m fine. I just get sweaty eyeballs sometimes.

    *sniff*

    iamsporticus
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    echo all the above

    my eldest’s just about to ‘graduate’ from Islabikes to something with 130mm travel

    Premier Icon cr500dom
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    That’s Ace, I cant wait till mine are big enough to do the same

    Premier Icon teamhurtmore
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    Sorry you have had a bad time DrP but glad that you had a special evening. Is that the front near Worthing by any chance. Looks like a section from the Worthing 20miler that used to be/is a good warm up for London marathon.

    10pmix
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    My little one had her first carry on last weekend. She loved it until she fell asleep half way through which certainly helped me focus on my smoothness..

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Hope the shite’s not too deep matey.
    Good to see the lad enjoying pedaling πŸ™‚
    Maybe he’ll win some 29er tubes at the next BBB like Lydon did πŸ˜‰

    DrP
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    Been going through a bit of shite recently, but had a lovely ride with the lad last night – covered 4.6km in beautiful weather as the sun was coming down (Strava’d it – no KOMs…)
    Topped it off with “I love cycling Daddy”, which really made my day.
    This is the stuff to cling on to…



    Cherish it chaps….

    DrP

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    Still got the memories..
    He was really ill with asthma till his early teens.
    We had a bmx race track nearby which he really enjoyed. We took him to his first race(aged 6)on a cold, frosty, Sunday morning and he came 2nd πŸ˜†
    He then went on to join the ice hokey team followed by rowing/sculling before a knee injury at 16 stopped play… πŸ™„

    therealhoops
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    10pmix – I want a Nicolai like daddy! πŸ˜₯

    Been there.

    Premier Icon ir_bandito
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    Wifes due a boy in December, is it too early to get him his 1st bike?

    Nope. i bought the Scoot when my wife was 3 months pregnant πŸ™‚

    Nice one DrP

    My saturday ride:

    The general consensus is: riding with kids is brilliant. πŸ™‚

    crosshair
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    I thought this was going to be an Emily Batty thread πŸ™

    Only joking! I can’t wait till mine is old enough to come out. Only five months at the mo so should be ready for next season πŸ™‚

    boxfish
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    “I don’t want to go home now, daddy. I want to ride my bike really far.”

    This is what I’m hearing from my 4-year old daughter at the moment. πŸ˜€

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    KOM = Kids Of the Month

    All winners!

    DrP
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    Cheers for the kind comments πŸ™‚

    Is that the front near Worthing by any chance.

    ’tis…. Just by Goring…

    DrP

    Hope it gets better – but glad to hear you have the best therapy, happy cycling with the little chap πŸ™‚

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    Keepers, those pics.

    My daughter’s more into her scooter at the mo but I made sure “Daddy bike” were amongst her first words.

    She yells it at every one we see when pushing/driving, especially at http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/local-news/olympics-cycling-sculpture-unveiled-dorking-4809986

    Bikes are life, getting them rolling is one of the best things we can ever do for them.

    lex
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    had my first 3 generation ride this summer.

    forest single track with my dad and the boy.

    feeling it.

    This is one of my favourite pics, took the boys to the Isle of Man 2 years ago – their first trip where they carried some of their own gear (not a lot but it helped me!). This is my youngest who was 6 at the time wandering around eating a cereal bar…. Not actually deserting his bike

    misterlee
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    Nice.

    Can’t wait for my daughter to be big enough to ride on her own. She goes in the trailer now, but it’s not the same.

    Great pictures!

    My two year old son had his first outing around the garden this weekend, he is just a touch too short in the leg but loved me pushing him around. Gratuitous bikes picture…

    bikebouy
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    I don’t have kids so for me it’s difficult to feel what you lot feel, however I do have 2 nephews who are just into riding (4&6) and the 6 yr old I taught him to pull a wheelie last weekend.. on his new MTB..

    Kids are awsomnez..

    πŸ˜€

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    DrP looks like the nipper has dropped you in every pic, I bet he got KOM’s πŸ˜‰

    dibboid
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    I took mine out on there’s the other day but my 4yr old girl had broken her arm (dismounting a trampoline) and so that has put a stop to this summer’s riding. πŸ™

    edit: great pictures everyone. I hope or kids share the same obsession level of enjoyment in this hobby.

    Premier Icon senor j
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    Awesome pics. πŸ˜€
    Li’l J. ,(1year old) is just about comfy on a pukylino.
    Apparently I’m not supposed to want him to age any faster…….but can’t wait to be able to do that.

    edit – nice sweater !ha

    Premier Icon mrblobby
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    This thread is awesome!

    Bobby Jr’s strider bike is hopefully in the post. On holiday next week so plenty of time to play πŸ™‚

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