I got a new bike!

Tigger

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I got a new bike for an early Christmas present. :D

I'm so happy, it's a KX60. :cool: (my bike that is) The KX60's color is Lime Green. It's seat height is 28 in. And weighs a good 111 lbs and I'm only 9 yrs. old and weigh 44 lbs. :p

My old bike was a KTM50 and of coarse I out grew it,but it was a good bike.

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The Early Bird Catches The Worm, But I Don't Like Worms, So I Won't Get Outta Bed!!

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Way to go Tigger!! Make sure you post and tell us when you beat your Dad on your new bike! ;)
 

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Wahoo Tigger :)

You will have to let us know how the first ride goes (or should that be went by now!).

How is your riding going? Is it getting easier yet to go to a track or not yet? You'll be able to show the boys how good you are now!!! And I bet Dad can't keep up now ;)

Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Michelle
 

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Tigger this is really great news, be sure to give your Dad an extra hug. I can't wait to hear your ride report on this new bike. I bet it will include a couple of laps out on the track roosting some of the guys. Enjoy your new bike and Merry Christmas
 

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Congradulations on the new ride Tigger. I remember when I got my KX60, when I was just a wee lad. LOL :). Actually I guess that was about 8 years ago. I hope you enjoy it. They are a blast. You won't believe how good it feels to finally roost your dad. Trust me, it's one of the greatest feelings ever.
 
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Good! i wish i was as lucky as you to start riding a Dirt bike at a young age then i could probably whipping out Giant nac nacs like McGrath today

Maybe wouldnt land them but i sure would look cool while i'm in the air

Oh yeah another thing dont try anything you know you cant do

just Little Advice from me who's actually done some pretty dumb stuff in his life, why do i have the feeling one of my prosecutor(XRP, Firecracker, Twinspar, GSR and the list goes on) are going to use that against me...

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Originally posted by Red Devil:
just Little Advice from me who's actually done some pretty dumb stuff in his life, why do i have the feeling one of my prosecutor(XRP, Firecracker, Twinspar, GSR and the list goes on) are going to use that against me...
We're your persecutors, and of course we'll use it against you! :p
 
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Great news, Tigger. Just remember, tread lightly in the hundred acre wood, no roostin' in Rabbits garden! ;) Good luck with your new bike. :D
 
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Many of you know that Tigger belongs to me. With that out of the way, Ummm, Tigger :o, last night while you were at your Moms, I was greasing your bike when it fell of the stand and bent your front brake lever. :eek: I will get you a new one tomorrow. :)
Dad

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Bad Daddy! the first one to actually cause damage to the thing was you

Now go to your room, Without Supper!

heh anyway its nice to know that your dad will replace anything he breaks of your Bike, maybe make him damage the handle bars get Renthal, dent up the Graphics..

If your lucky maybe he's clumsy :p
 

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Jeff, I saw your post & know Henk advised you to replace not straighten. But to make you feel better:

I'd been on a heck of a ride, I'd fallen off so many times (once even in the carpark just about to get on the bike to go). It was a clay-based ride, just uphill & down, I spent more time picking up the 80 than actually on it I think.

I got home, parked the bike by the garage, wandered off to get whatever from the car & bang, the bike fell over & bent the brake lever. (I'd done no damage all day).

Then the day before Christmas, I decided while washing the bike, I'd peek under the fork boots to check the fork seals. Undoing the last boot, I felt the bike going, yelled out to Henk to grab it and slowed the bike down holding the fork to gently land on something sharp - ripped my seat cover & foam. The seals were fine btw ;)

If it ain't broke, don't fix it ;) (A lot different from you getting the bike ready for little Tigger though).

Anyway, Jeff & Tigger, have a great time together and let us know how the ride went ;)
Michelle
 

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Jeff, Are you sure you weren't sitting on the bike when it broke making Vrooom Vroom sound? ;)
Enjoy the new bike Tigger!!!!

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Originally posted by Jeff Allen:
Jeff, Are you sure you weren't sitting on the bike when it broke making Vrooom Vroom sound? ;)
Uh um uh, who me? Would I do that? :o :p

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Way to go Tigger!!!! :D
Have fun trying to trounce your dad ;)

Michelle, I think you should have went x-mas
shopping instead :(
It's just a good thing you didn't break anything on you!!