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Well this is what you do to build up your hill climbing.

My 2 1/2 year old son loves to go out for a ride on the bike & calls the Rip our 29er.

The seat mounts off the steerer tube & has nothing going to the frame so the seat turns with the handle bars.

Not so funny when you are puffing climbing up a big hill & he keeps saying whats wrong with the motor.
 

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:D LMAO :D At least you won't have to worry about the front staying down on the climbs :D :D Very cool, BUT, Dad, take it easy on the downs with him on there and don't endo , OK ;) :p
 

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He looks old enough for one of these.



(With respect, I'm not a big fan of your set-up as I've seen what happens in a crash...)
 

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That cool.

Yes I like that.

My 2 seater

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Ok I wanna play to.

Here is the set up I use to take my daughter to school everyday.

Steer from the rear tandem. Built by Chris Brown in Co.

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Yes I like that I bet that gets some looks.:thumbsup:
 

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Looks good to.

pinkheadedbug said:
He looks old enough for one of these.



(With respect, I'm not a big fan of your set-up as I've seen what happens in a crash...)
I have 1 of those to & the trailer that take 2 kids but Bryce really likes it up front were he can see everything & we use the time to count & go through the alphabet & things like that:thumbsup:

As a result he could say the hole alphabet before he was 2.

I have sean 4 year olds do a 100 mile ride around lake Taupo on 1 of those ( I don't want to race them when they are older ):madman:
 

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Years ago in Moab we ran into a guy that had a saddle mounted on the top tube and a small set of bars that mounted off the stem, some foot pegs on the down tube. His daughter rode in a basic "riding position" and he had a harness on that connected to one she wore - if he bailed she went with him and he could tuck around her. He rode lots of technical stuff, taking it a bit easy and I wonder if she is now some sh!t-hot woman racer, 20+ years later. She was totally diggiing it and was excited every morning about that day's ride at the Fat Tire Fest. Pretty awesome. I like the school-bus yellow 2-seater also.
 
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