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2WheelAdrenaline
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New to Dirt Biking and Rocky Mountain Dirt Riders

Postby 2WheelAdrenaline » Sun May 07, 2017 11:00 am

Hello all,

I figured I would put up and introduction. I've been riding on two wheels since I was three and love it. I got my motorcycle 6 years ago and put 70k on it. My brother has a dirt bike and now I've started to move in that direction too. I have a daughter that is almost three. My brother had a little honda 70 that was sold to a friend of mine. I was out at my friends farm and my daughter (1 at the time) wanted to go for a ride. I put her in front of me and took off. She loved it! I tried stopping and she kept saying, "more, more, more!". So, away we went. She was content to ride for a couple of hours before she wanted to do something else. Since then I have bought her a 70 which I've been playing on too. I took it out to Wild Rose MX the other day. Took my brother too. He has a honda 230. I loved it! I broke her bike. Poor kid. Just a chain issue, I'll fix that one easy. I was sore and I want more! I took my daughter out to McLean creek. Got in a little trouble from the people maintaining the camp ground but learnt lots and we both loved it. I'm hoping to get out lots and would like to get a bigger bike for me. I look pretty silly riding around on hers. Anyway, that's me in a nut shell. I love two wheels. Road bicycle, mountain biking, dirt bikes and motorcycles. I love lots of other things too, but I'll stick to two wheels on this forum. I hope to learn more about the tracks at Wild Rose and explore McLean Creek and Waiparous. I heard about the barbwire that was put out across a path on the radio. That's a little scary. I hope things like that don't happen too often. If anyone has feedback on good place to go ride I would appreciate it. I've just been driving around with the bike trying to find places. So far it's gone well.

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Re: New to Dirt Biking and Rocky Mountain Dirt Riders

Postby Hooligan » Sun May 07, 2017 10:38 pm

Welcome.

Join the club and get the trail map that comes with membership. Club nights are a great way to meet other riders and learn where the trails are located.

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Re: New to Dirt Biking and Rocky Mountain Dirt Riders

Postby BigBird » Mon May 08, 2017 8:39 am

Wildrose is a great family friendly place to hang out. We have 2 little guys and spend many hours there every week. I would be happy to show you around wildrose once you get a bike for you.

Cheers

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Re: New to Dirt Biking and Rocky Mountain Dirt Riders

Postby 2WheelAdrenaline » Mon May 08, 2017 10:38 am

Hooligan wrote:Welcome.

Join the club and get the trail map that comes with membership. Club nights are a great way to meet other riders and learn where the trails are located.


Thanks Hooligan, I did join the club yesterday. I look forward to learning more about the trails. I loved wildrose but what I'm looking forward to most is McLean Creek and Waiparous. I'm moving out to Cochrane later in the year so I'll be even closer to Waiparous.

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Re: New to Dirt Biking and Rocky Mountain Dirt Riders

Postby 2WheelAdrenaline » Mon May 08, 2017 10:43 am

BigBird wrote:Wildrose is a great family friendly place to hang out. We have 2 little guys and spend many hours there every week. I would be happy to show you around wildrose once you get a bike for you.

Cheers


Thanks BigBird. Wildrose certianly did seem like a family friendly place. I loved seeing all the little people riding. I will be heading out there with my brothers bike (honda 230). I have started checking kijiji for a bike of my own but I'm juggling a lot of things right now. I'm in the process of selling my condo and trying to move into a bigger place with a garage. I need space to store my toys now that I'm accumulating them. I'm going to miss living in Acadia but will be very happy to have a garage. Woohoo!

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