She was going too fast to turn lol. Hit a woodpile and jumped 27 feet into a tree, hit the tree 4 foot off the ground too. She landed another 6 feet after the sled hit the tree and not even a bruise. Lucky kid.
dang atleast when she does somthnig she does it right....reminds me of when my dad was teachjing me to ride his '85 goldwing.....yeah i went about 50yrds then laied it down beaause it was getting away frome me....to big of bike to learn on i guess he was just happy i was ok adn then happier when all we had to do was fix a sattle bag that wasa already cracked and i had to buy him a new wind sheild. and this was this summer :wall:
point of story all kind crash their parents toys I'm just glad that she's alright
True, noone got hurt. I told her that was all that matters. I got the john deere for free and all it needed was an engine, figured good learning sled. All I had for an engine that ran good was an indy 600, that's where I f#cked up lol. It's puurty dem fast. :naughty:
i've rode through bloomingdale a few times here and there, my X lived on 44th st, i lived in Allegan until i enlisted in the military. i heard riding this year sucks, i know a bunch of guys from Allegan that still ride though...they go out all the time
Yeah snowmobiling has totally sucked this year. I've been up north a few times, plenty of snow there. I haven't got to hit any drags yet. :bluecry: Gobles drags keep getting postponed, till next year now lol.
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