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    Grbgrubb72

    Hello All,

    Just added myself today, been getting back into the riding scene and trying to get into a site where I can ask questions without feeling too embarassed. This looks like the spot.

    I am a female rider and a college student on a limited budget. My son is almost old enough now to start riding for himself so I have been re-educating myself on the local rules.

    When I do get arround to picking up a camera, I'll try to post pics of my 89 Hawk GT. It is basicly stock with pods instead of the airbox, aftermarket rear shock so I can actualy sit on it, and aftermarket exhaust. So far have been lucky and no wrecks or spills on this bike (amazing what age and children do to a person ).

    Georgie Grubb

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    Welcome, I think this is like the third time i have said that to you, but still.
    Sounds like you are sportin a pretty nice bike! I look forward to seeing some pics. How old is your son? Are you talking ready to ride street bikes? Or ready for a 50cc dirt bike??

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      #3
      Welcome to the forum! Just out of curiosity, what kind of shock did you install to drop the ride height?

      Looking foreward to those pics, and welcome once again! This is a good place to ask questions, I think, since I'm sure I'm gonna ask more than my share of stupid ones!
      I know I dreamed you,
      A sin and a lie.
      I have my freedom,
      But I don't have much time.
      Faith has been broken,
      Tears must be cried.
      Let's do some living,
      After we die.

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        #4
        Originally Posted by Machismo111
        Welcome to the forum! Just out of curiosity, what kind of shock did you install to drop the ride height?
        Originally Posted by Soul
        How old is your son? Are you talking ready to ride street bikes? Or ready for a 50cc dirt bike??
        Sorry took so long to get back to everyone.....Termites and the repair work after tenting tend to put one off-track. ops:

        I got a Progressive Suspension from my uncle for my birthday and that was what we put on the bike to make it lower. VERY NICE ride now. Also, my uncle helped me by re-doing the front suspension fluids and checking the springs on it.

        Soul, my son is very close to legal street-riding age (He turned 13 in March and in CA we are allowed to let them ride on their own bike at 15 1/2 with a learner's permit). He has not been on an off-road moterbike yet and I have another year before I need to worry about that because he is spending this year out of state with his father (YES!!!!! ).

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