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I’ve been obsessed since I was very young. I'm 17 now and can’t wait to get one of my own!



Alexis
Cumberland, RI
Thursday, November 2, 2017
My grandson started riding with me when he was 2. He was tall for his age. In Utah kids can ride without reaching the pegs. I too searched for kid-sized gear and it was hard to find. I did find some suppliers and sold kid-sized pants and jackets for a while, then my supplier went out of business. He always rode with full gear and a good helmet on.

Kids tend to fall asleep on the back—and my grandson has a habit of this—even with armrests I was nervous. Plus young kids have a tendency to want to lean around you to see what's going on since they can't see over your shoulders usually. I found a riding belt that has a "harness" for the kids. It goes over the shoulders and between their legs and has handles for them to hold onto if they want to. A belt goes around the adult's waist. It's very comfortable and adjusts as the child grows—up to about 110 pounds. You know they won't fall off when they have it on!

We took many trips using the belt, lots of them going from Utah to southeast Kansas, Texas, and points in-between.

Marcia Thurmond
Salt Lake City, UT
Saturday, February 4, 2017
This was an excellent article for introducing a child to riding passenger. The wardrobe details, sites and prices were very helpful. Thanks so much Tricia and Kaia!

Pillion Resa
Cambride Jct, VT
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Excellent information! My grandson has been asking me to take him along. I have been a bit apprehensive about it and finding the right gear for him. This helps, thanks.

Lesa Kelley
Jamestown, MO
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
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