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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #20 on: January 02, 2013, 10:49:05 pm »
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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #21 on: January 03, 2013, 08:02:00 am »
Nice one, we will have to organise another trip soon my daughter is begging to go.
 

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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #22 on: January 03, 2013, 08:18:57 am »
Thanks for reading and the compliments, guys!
Not easy for me to sit down and write something so encouragement always helps!

@Riaan my seun wys my gisteraand hoe julle laaities hom leer burp het! Haha thanks vir daai een sy ma het amper die stuipe gekry!

@Scenic Ride ja ek was bietjie gestress so het skoon vergeet van jou in De Doorns as ek backup nodig gehad het. Het egter nou jou nommer, dankie. :thumleft:

@spoedvark ek het eers Anakees opgehad. Die Heidie het nou so 2000km op. Baie tevrede daarmee. Ek ry nou stadiger op die teer om die band te spaar en op die grond is daar n geweldige verbetering. Wil amper se dis n ander bike. As hy my goeie kilos gee sal sal nie weer iets anders oorweeg nie.

@gwild I had the same thing. When we got home and my daughter (12) saw the photos she also announced next time is her turn!
 

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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #23 on: January 03, 2013, 08:23:29 am »
Thanks for reading and the compliments, guys!
Not easy for me to sit down and write something so encouragement always helps!

@Riaan my seun wys my gisteraand hoe julle laaities hom leer burp het! Haha thanks vir daai een sy ma het amper die stuipe gekry!

@Scenic Ride ja ek was bietjie gestress so het skoon vergeet van jou in De Doorns as ek backup nodig gehad het. Het egter nou jou nommer, dankie. :thumleft:

@spoedvark ek het eers Anakees opgehad. Die Heidie het nou so 2000km op. Baie tevrede daarmee. Ek ry nou stadiger op die teer om die band te spaar en op die grond is daar n geweldige verbetering. Wil amper se dis n ander bike. As hy my goeie kilos gee sal sal nie weer iets anders oorweeg nie.

@gwild I had the same thing. When we got home and my daughter (12) saw the photos she also announced next time is her turn!

My daughter will be 10 end of jan maybe organise something in Feb.
 

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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #24 on: January 03, 2013, 08:30:50 am »
I'm planning to goto Mighty Men Overberg in Feb, with my son. Probably by bike again.
 

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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #25 on: January 03, 2013, 08:34:08 am »
I'm planning to goto Mighty Men Overberg in Feb, with my son. Probably by bike again.

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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #26 on: January 03, 2013, 08:42:04 am »
Iewers op WD is n thread oor MMO ek sal hom soek, daar was nog ouens wat sulke planne het.
Altyd lekkerder as n groep!
 

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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #27 on: January 03, 2013, 08:45:53 am »
Dit was nou 'n flippen nice RR :thumleft: .My jongste is ook nege en ek kan my net indink hoe so trippie met hom sou wees (eks sommer lus en pak nou dat ons twee ry!).Well done julle :thumleft:
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Re: A biker is born - Monte Christo ride father & son
« Reply #28 on: January 06, 2013, 09:37:39 pm »
Lovely R/R,
Made me think back to the time when my sons were still young, and the great sailing times we had,
I bet Aidan will remember this trip for the rest of his life.
My biggest worry in life, is that if I die before my Wife, she will sell my biking gear based on the prices that I told her I had paid for them.