I guess it's like uncharted territory, getting to bike ride in a new place.
Uh, hey Pierce, you need to slow down!
Pierce, slow down!
Pierce, there are too many people to ride that fast, slow down!
If you don't SLOW DOWN the bike is going in to time out for 30 minutes.
Guess what? Pierce slowed down. But I think his speedy zipping about rubbed off on his little brothers....
Readers, do you remember the joy and freedom of riding your bike as a kid? I sure do!
We lived on our bikes as kids -- and no helmets of course. :)
How adorable! I love the determination on their faces!
What a nice place to practice safely with pals.
I remember getting the wind knocked out of me as we slipped on the dewy grass going down a slight hill. I think my brother still has a circular scar from the handlebar on his belly.
Oh Lisa I sure do. Great shots. B
I wish I had some place here to ride.. because I so would. AS it is I have to drive my bike to town to have a place to ride and if I am gonna do that I will just walk instead.
It looks like a wonderful event. I loved getting to see your boys fly.
I LOVED riding my bike all over town when I was growing up in Iowa. The town was so flat.. no hills. It's why I don't have a bike today because I could never make it up the hills. No helmets then and no knee pads and no one died. I can tell your boys were loving the ride! xox
What a fun day.... I still ride my bike and feel joy and freedom everytime I do.
Ah yes, brings back memories! Great pics, Lisa
Oh, yes I do. They look so cute, Lisa! :)
You actually can kinda tell that he IS going awful speedily around there, but how fun!
What a wonderful idea and it's obvious all the kids loved it.
I nearly lived on my bike in the summer and named her, of course it was a her, Princess Poppycock...don't ask me why.
Oh I still enjoy riding my bike!
They look like they are having fun!
my sis and i would disappear down country roads and to neighboring towns for hours!
That looks just plain fun ! I wish I was a kid again :) !!!
Zoom, zoom. And no one got hurt.
Oh, I can see the look of a daredevil on each of their faces! :-)
I loved riding my bike. My brother and I raced each other and set up obstacle courses to ride through. Other times I just rode around, enjoying the wind and the movement. Sometimes I pretended my bike was really a horse.
Looks like fun! Pierce sure was determined to go fast!
We were on our bikes from dawn to dusk! No one in our group had an obesity problem either. Your boys are precious on their bikes.
I remember. It was one of my favorite things to do. :)
What fun!!!! This is such a great idea for schools to do, too bad they don't do it around here! Gosh, you may have a mini Evel Kenevel on your hands!
Gosh, Baby Girl, that's how we got around back in the day!...:)JP
I remember the freedom, and thrill of speed-and the crunch as I hit a parked car;)
Love, Love, LOVE this post - and - YES!!! I remember.
A bike rodeo sounds so fun! What a great idea. Love the shots!
i still have that same joy and freedom!! i hope i never grow up!!
awesome event and awesome pictures!!
Looks like they had a lot of fun and yes I do remember the joy of riding a bike!
I do remember those fun days! Your boys looked so happy!
One of my favorite pasttimes as a kid. Thanks for the cute photos. Your boys are growing fast.
I just rode a bike for the first time after 10 years or so. It was awesome.
Looks like they had fun. Sure did bring back some good memories
These pictures are awesome! It looks like so much fun.
Last summer I reunited with my bike but then it got too hot. I'm hoping we get cooler weather soon (after almost 90 today) that works! :>
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