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Teri,
I don't know what exactly a "hack" mom is, but your definitely in my book of "most awesome" mom! I'm sure these are memories your daughters will cherish forever!

Angie T
Scotch Plains, NJ
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Editor Response
A sidecar is sometimes called a sidehack, hence Teri gets called a "hack" mom.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I'm kinda' surprised about the top speed comment. My Ural does 55 and 60 mph fairly easily with only 40 hp, and it weighs more than 700 pounds. I would expect a newer Bonneville to do considerably better with nearly 30 more hp and less weight? That's the MOST awesome sidecar,BTW!

Cliff Lyles
White, GA
Monday, November 28, 2011
I loved this story. I too have a legally blind son who is 11 years old amd not very fond of going fast but he is learning to relax with mom on the quiet roads out here in Beaver Dam. I have 09 883 Iron and hope to find a side car for my son and I to make the rides better for him. It's great to be able to ride and relax and enjoy this beautiful place we live in. Keep the shinny side up!

Angela Cassel
WI
Sunday, March 20, 2011
We had a Ural when our son was small and we refused to believe what others said - that we just wouldn't ride for that period in our life. I second Teri's comments on handling and top speeds. We are lucky to have dirt roads and county roads around us but I wouldn't ride it on the highway. We also found it needed more maintenance than we preferred. But it's a great way to do something as a family!

Tracey - Leader Motorcycle

Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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