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Old 03-04-2013, 12:50 PM   #21
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Got the boy a CRF. Because it's a clutchless three speed, he's able to ride much faster than the neighbor kid with a PW.
The training wheels only lasted for one ride because they made him angry (couldn't lean the bike)
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You know he is gonna be good one day when he says that lol
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anyone have any experience putting training wheels on a 70? Got the boy a honda xr 70 but all the training wheels seem more geared towards 50s... gonna go out today and figure out what I can fab up for him but figured I'd see if anyone else came up with any creative ideas.
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anyone have any experience putting training wheels on a 70? Got the boy a honda xr 70 but all the training wheels seem more geared towards 50s... gonna go out today and figure out what I can fab up for him but figured I'd see if anyone else came up with any creative ideas.
Can he ride a bicycle? If he can, I'd advise against training wheels. About the only thing I'd recommend them for would be a kid so little he couldn't hold the bike up at all.
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Can he ride a bicycle? If he can, I'd advise against training wheels. About the only thing I'd recommend them for would be a kid so little he couldn't hold the bike up at all.
unfortunately, he's not very good at riding a bike. last time we went out a friend had a 50 with training wheels on it and he had a blast so was hoping to try to recreate that...I think he's getting to the point now though where he probably won't need them for long. Either way, I came up with a cheap and easy way to fab up some training wheels that should work so we'll see how it goes. Thanks anyway for your help.
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