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That is so far beyond just being awesome. 

It is a great thing that you do.  :foryou: 

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Such a lovely experience.  I hope you enjoyed it as much as she did.

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10 hours ago, Longjohn said:

Kirby wants to know if she is going to eat all that herself?

Yes, that was all hers.  

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11 hours ago, Longjohn said:

Kirby wants to know if she is going to eat all that herself?

I'm just glad she's prepared in case an emergency happens while she's riding!

This is really awesome, DH.  You are having such an impact not only on her riding but on her confidence.  The goal setting  skills she's learning through cycling will help her in so many ways as she grows.

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OMG, that kid is adorable!  Glad she has a better bike and her mom saw her doing some impressive work on it. Good leadership, DH!

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3 hours ago, petitepedal said:

How old is she?  She is great!

No idea.  She is a lot short then I am though. :D

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43 minutes ago, Dirtyhip said:

No idea.  She is a lot short then I am though. :D

You didn't ask her age??? Kids love that game!  Guess 15 and see her reaction.  Then go with 5 and see the reaction. 

But you are doing a GREAT service to her and her mom.  Kids should ride bikes, and if a parent doesn't lead that effort, it's really wonderful you stepped in.

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5 minutes ago, petitepedal said:

Well I am going to guess 7 or 8

I am riding with her again on Thursday.  She was so funny.  I talked to her about the day.  She is doing something on Friday too.  I guess she is going to a friend's home on Friday.  Eleanor says to me. "Hurray.  I have two awesome things in a row next week."  

I guess she does enjoy riding with me.   I push her kind of hard, and I wondered if she is really enjoying this or not.  I am like "Do this.  Do that.  Follow me down this steep incline."

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Little too young to get her a 'bad ass' t-shirt, besides, you already have a 'bad ass' friend.  Have fun and keep up the Good Work. You will enjoy watching this young girl grow and mature over the years.

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Does her bike have streamers?  If not, can we send some to her?

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Just now, jsharr said:

Does her bike have streamers?  If not, can we send some to her?

It doesn't.  I guess it can use some bling.

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Just now, Dirtyhip said:

It doesn't.  I guess it can use some bling.

PM me an address.  What color would she like?  How about a bell?

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Definitely a bell for those times she needs to pass someone else. 

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42 minutes ago, roadsue said:

Definitely a bell for those times she needs to pass someone else. 

Hopefully DH will teach her how to put her shoulder and elbow into a pass.  That kid looks like she could muscle her way through the pack.

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3 hours ago, Razors Edge said:

Hopefully DH will teach her how to put her shoulder and elbow into a pass.  That kid looks like she could muscle her way through the pack.

When she gets a little bigger, I am going to teach her how to edge someone out, if they try for a pass.  LOL We aint gonna just give it to ya?  :cheerleader:

She likes coasting fast.  I emphasize on the "weeeeee"  

 

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