Saturday Motorcycle Riding

When I first met George I told him that if he ever got my daughter on a motorcycle, I would go up to Cornell and rip his arms out of their sockets.  He responded, “Yes Ma’am”. Now he is driving my grandsons around on a motorcycle and still has both arms.  I love that man.

I watched as the boys took turns riding with George on a course around the front and back yard.  It was hard to tell them apart in their matching motorcycle garb except that Owen is a bit taller in the saddle.  Owen was very serious about riding.

b1 Geoge and Owen on Motorcycle Front Yard


b2 George Owen Motorcycle Back Yard

When it was not his turn, Cam would stand perfectly still waiting patiently.  That is the only time I have seen him displaying patience.

b4 Baby Biker Cam


b3 Cam George Motorcycle

George is most safety conscious and the boys all have full gear, including safety pads under the shirts.

8 thoughts on “Saturday Motorcycle Riding

  1. thejuicenut August 30, 2016 / 6:25 am

    He probably couldn’t move under all that gear!😄


    • Dinata Misovec September 2, 2016 / 10:28 pm

      Especially me! I worry that they will get hurt. Son-in-Love George has been passionate about motorcycles since he was a toddler riding with his father. He worked for Harley-Davidson since before college graduation until just a few months ago (mechanical engineer). The little boys will do anything to get a motorcycle ride. Four-year-old Owen even gets a motorcycle ride to nursery school occasionally. I grit my teeth and hold my tongue.


      • amateurbiker September 4, 2016 / 1:47 pm

        Haha as long as they where their gear it should be fine! What a coincidence, I’m doing my mechanical engineering as we speak! Motorcycles = freedom (with certain risks of course)


      • Dinata Misovec September 4, 2016 / 11:55 pm

        I trust my son-in-love Geroge to be very careful with his sons on the bike. George and Jennifer are both mechanical engineers. They met in engineering class in college. Oh, I say the motorhome = freedom. That is why I sub-titled my blog “Has Senior Adventures”.

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