Discussion in 'Family and Recreational Cycling' started by ianrauk, 15 Sep 2012.
Frog bikes are great.
Ms 3 climbed onto the Christiania all by herself,but I think she needs to grow a bit if she's going to actually reach the pedals
My granddaughter wanted to see the Express lift tower 'close up' on today's ride..
There she is, waving!! (You might need to zoom in a bit to see her though)
Annual back to school photo. Secondary school now, so she has to make her own way there.
6.6 miles with my 4.5-year-old:
Four stops on the way - one for an ice cream, one for a packet of crisps, and two for water, but I'm still delighted with his achievement at this young age.
Mind my ugly mug but both my kids after our 35k sponsored ride for our local children's Hospice. Taylor managed to raise nearly 100 pound.
I also don't think the youngest turned the tag along pedals once.
September visit to snetterton for the East Anglian Children's Hospice ride.
"We're mountain bike buddies, dad."
Her Eco Warrior Oldest Sister
Two years later ditched the Hybrid and Helmet giving it full bean in the drops :-)
Bit of poor health on my part means we haven't been out as much as I'd like but today I thought MTFU and wanted to make the most of the weather whilst it's the school hols.
We decided to go to Gisburn forest trails and take on the blue ( easy route ), it's only a 45min drive from ours but well worth a visit if you can get to it.
Next stage for the boy as he's only been used to going along the canal and to local parks.
The blue route is about 5.5 miles and has a number of tight chicanes, hills and more importantly for Callum some great puddles!
He did really well and other than one moment ( in the pics ) he enjoyed it. Finished it off in true cycling style with coffee and cake! Ignore the van, it's work in progress.
Another EACH (East Anglian Children's Hospice) charity ride around Snetterton with some fireworks in the evening to boot. Bit chilly but we managed a few laps! Emily was having such a good time she did another two laps on her own when her brother had had enough!
Blimin heck just noticed I've got two snetterton visits on the same cc page, we don't live here honest!
My 6 year old has finally grown big enough for his first bike with gears.
His comment was that it was so fast.
A fresh December day in the woods.
Not quite on his bike but sums his day up perfectly
Not really a kid anymore : -
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