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Date:         Thu, 13 Jul 2006 12:23:08 -0700
Reply-To:     Joseph Fortino <fortino1@EARTHLINK.NET>
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From:         Joseph Fortino <fortino1@EARTHLINK.NET>
Subject:      Re: No-training wheels bicycle advice needed - UPDATE
Comments: To: Bob Stevens <mtbiker62@HOTMAIL.COM>
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teach him how to ride on Grass and the break out to a lot.. crash gear.. My girls fly on training wheels and i don't push them to remove them,, my son he's was on training wheels and i use to ride him miles on them.. then he broke out one day to become a freewheeler :)

I have a nice little bike full shocks, wish i could give this to ya.. shipping might be hard on it

Joe fear and biking in Vegas

-----Original Message----- >From: Bob Stevens <mtbiker62@HOTMAIL.COM> >Sent: Jul 13, 2006 9:30 AM >To: vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM >Subject: Re: No-training wheels bicycle advice needed - UPDATE > >Phil, >Here's the Beamer Bike for us big kids: > >Bob > > >And if you want to get really the BMW scooter that has >pedals that add-on later. Cool idea, just beyond what I want to spend, >and frankly I'm not interested in my son getting a BMW emblem any time >soon. > >Thanks again for all of the help. I love this group of people. For some >reason I come here for regular questions because the group/community in >general seems to be my idea of the perfect neighborhood. Thanks. > >-Phil >89 Westy >SLC, UT

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