Damn Kid, doesnt know when to quit !!

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future winner of the annual seville mud race...
 

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I used to be like that-nowdays i have a certain criteria the weather has to meet ,for me to ride, as i get older the criteria gets stricter;)
 

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If there is ice out, no ride. No ice, lets go ride. You just have to put on more clothes! :yeehaw:
 

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That looks like sooooooooooo much FUN!!!!! :)
 

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I rode in the snow last year and it was a BLAST. Nothing like making a 1/4 mile sweeper turn dirt track style.

I think all my riding is going to be on the Playstation this winter.
 

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Only young kids like this and old geezers like myself lack the common sense it takes to know this ain't the best idea. Bless his heart. I remember when I got my YZ in the beginning of January. Went riding even though it was like +2 degrees F and on glare ice. What was I thinking??? :o
 

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Looks like you need to get him Some Kold Kutter from Santa. What a great kid!
 
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I used to do the same thing but nowadays pushing more than riding doesn't fit my unfitness!
 

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Thanks all of you guys that was nice.I am 520 jr hope you wright back more.Nice wright gary b.I like the bless his heart part and the others were cool to. :thumb:
 
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What bike are you riding in that pic 520jr? I'm thinking of riding tomorrow afterschool. Gonna be a whole 40 degrees then. How much snow you got? I got about 2 and half feet.
 

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:) :)

Man, I remember those days of my youth.  Riding, pushing, riding, falling, freezing. Going in getting dry clothes on, hanging by the oil stove until I got warm enough to go out again. I wouldn't trade those memories for anything in the world. But since have had the sense to move to Florida where I can ride all year without freezing.