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next generation and bsa
« on: 13.06. 2013 16:37 »
3 grandsons on my BSA last sunday ,sun , great company ,barby and beer ,what more can you ask for if you're not out for a ride !! The little one loves the bike the other 2 are just about interested, , mind you Rob the biggest@ 12 looks big enough to handle the bike now,regards BobH
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #1 on: 13.06. 2013 16:41 »
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #2 on: 13.06. 2013 16:42 »
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #3 on: 13.06. 2013 20:13 »
 *yeah*  not only a Topdad...  UR a Top grandpa...   *wink2*
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #4 on: 13.06. 2013 21:04 »
Watch that big one Bob, won't be long he'll be asking for a ride. 
Bikes and kids, grubby little hand prints all over the shiny bits, scratching the paint as they climb all over it.
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #5 on: 17.06. 2013 16:00 »
Thanks for the replies wozz and Musky , I think you're right another 2 inches and he's bigger than me , though not in width and waist which He'll need 50 yrs or so to catch me up on. Who knows about the ride maybe but I have a nephew who certainly has his eye on my P.&.J but not before I've shuffled off this mortal coil!! In the meantime your 2 G /kids look like they know the controls already ! They'll be after you fitting stabilisers!  Wouldn't be without 'em but nice to pass them home at the end of thr day, regards BobH
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #6 on: 18.06. 2013 00:00 »
I'm not sure if my grand daughter is going to be into bikes ?
BUT there is no harm in introducing them early ...  *eek*

 
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #7 on: 18.06. 2013 11:09 »
Hi Wozza
I worked on farms most of my life so if she later needs any tips on driving tractors !!!! :D

bet you saw that one coming *whistle*

lovely little lass tho
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #8 on: 18.06. 2013 11:47 »
Nice one Wozza , you can't start to soon, our kids and grand kids help us kept a sense of reality in this mad world, lovely picture, best wishes BobH
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #9 on: 18.06. 2013 13:56 »
Yes... Yes...   I'm used to the tractor jokes..     *doh*  *razz* 
I just hope the BSA is as reliable, I'm sure it will.. I built both..   *shhh*
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #10 on: 29.06. 2013 01:52 »
HI Guys  Here is a picture of my daughter on my BSA. 

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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #11 on: 09.08. 2013 08:48 »
A little older then the others here but my eldest (21) has passed his A2, and the only bike he wanted to ride was one of the BSA's so after much chopping and changing of insurance here he is  *smile*
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #12 on: 09.08. 2013 11:24 »
Grand kids - I photoed The twin girls last time, this time the two younger boys

going back home today - Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees

All the best - Bill
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #13 on: 09.08. 2013 11:54 »
obviously a young man of good taste ,just like his dad ,Angus, and Bill you and me both know that the house will be soooooooooooo  quiet after they've gone , mine are off to Majorca sunday and I'm mising 'em already best wishes BobH
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Re: next generation and bsa
« Reply #14 on: 09.08. 2013 14:18 »
Very fine topic  *smile*

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