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Any mom riders out there? Lets see some pics of your kids. Can be riding or not. Mines not old enough to ride yet. He's only 19 months. Here's my little guy Colby.

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Hey Savannah,

Great pics of your little boy! My current profile pic is of my daughter last Easter vacation learning to ride her "new" ly replasticed 50 cc Kawasaki quad ! She was 3 years old then. I have pics, but need to load some onto my gallery! My son just turned 9 years old last week. He rides a 90 cc Yamaha, and is just learning to shift.

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No, She isn't on this site because she only rides if she goes out with us... (We are the keepers of the toys! ) Thanks for the info, I tried that but for some reason it came up with a link so I tried the other ways... anywho, I'll get it sometime!

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I attached a pic of me and my little guy! He rode in my friend's rhino. Now he's been begging for a quad!

Thanks for sharing, and well, what's taking you so long to get him one??? J/K Great pic!

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hmm the last one seems a tad too big for that quad lol

btw im just somewhat a kid.

but my mom doesnt ride.

my dad used to be huge on motorsports.

i figured that out when he borrowed a warrior from one of his buddies and ripped on that thing like ive never seen

lol then he told me about the past.

he used to own an awesome 250r three wheeler..he showed me pics

i might try to scan that pic and upload it..

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Its nice to see all the youg riders out there......My kids are grown but they have been riding for years. I have two grandaughters and they both ride....Kierstin whos in this pic is 19 months and has been riding with her dad since she was 12 months old.

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:frown:he is but last year was his first year to be on one and he needed to learn how to ride it but keep in mind he is only 10

hmm the last one seems a tad too big for that quad lol

btw im just somewhat a kid.

but my mom doesnt ride.

my dad used to be huge on motorsports.

i figured that out when he borrowed a warrior from one of his buddies and ripped on that thing like ive never seen

lol then he told me about the past.

he used to own an awesome 250r three wheeler..he showed me pics

i might try to scan that pic and upload it..

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That is the problem with quad makers. The quads are too small for the size of 10 to 15 year old kids. They need to maker larger quads with not necessarily larger engines. I have had that issue with my son who is 13.

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Size is the ONLY reason my 9 year old is on an 80 cc quad! He was too tall for the 50 cc. I thought that could be more dangerous than too much power, and his quad does have a throttle limiter so we can control how much power he gets. The 80 is big enough for me to ride fairly comfortably, so It should last him well into his teens... (then I'll have to hide my key ;)

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they do make bigger smaller cc quads.

generic ones. but you have to know where to look

i know where there is a little 125cc quad that is so awesome lol

its lowerd widened and its just BAD looking. and its a 4 speed clutch!

ill upload a pic in an edit..

it would be cool just to have..o and its only 1,250$

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A pic will help. I just am worried too that a bigger engine would get son in trouble, lol but I think I know what you are talking about witht he generic ones, but my son is a big 10 year old so maybe I will have to look into it more.........

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