11 Replies to “Oopsie: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back”

  1. Don’t feel bad I do the same thing……besides motos when I snowboard, which I have been doing for 10+ years now, I have been known just to fall over while standing around at the bottom of the hill.

    It’s a what the heck moment as I can hit jumps, rails, moguls and everything in between but flat ground? Forget it that is my weak spot lol

  2. Man, I have to say… I’M JEALOUS!! GL gets a da bike and next thing you know, he’s riding with you guys all the time!!

    I’m tempted to say that I’m getting a DRZ, but I’m holding off for now.

    Fuzz, ever think of taking up mtn.biking? All the skills transfer over and before you know it you’ll be doing wheelies and backflips in no time!

    1. You’re so funny 😆

      With all your experience riding mountain bikes you would be a natural. So.. IS it in your future?

      Actually, believe it or not Chloe is pretty much obsessed with trail riding on her bicycle right now. It’s really pretty neat to see her take to it. I don’t have a really nice bicycle or anything but I monkey around with her out there. It’s really fun 🙂 I should probably update my 15 year old bicycle 😆

  3. Ha! I LOVED that. I love his comment about making it all the way up the hill then falling on flat ground. Made my night. That’s TOTALLY something that would happen to me. Of course I probably would have been off the bike doing a victory dance for making it up, gotten back on and then fallen on my face. Thanks for sharing!

    1. 😆 Thanks, Jess.
      We must be peas in a pod, then! That’s so typical of me, too.

      I’m not graceful – and that’s funny.
      ….for everyone watching 🙂

  4. LOL. You crack me up. I love folks like you who are not at all afraid to laugh at themselves. It keeps life so much more interesting and fun. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  5. Motorcycles with knobby tires require naps. The knobbier the tire the more frequent the napping required. This is a simple, incontrovertible fact.

    Your moto decided it was time and laid down, nothing you could do but go along 😀

    1. LOL! I will be using this in the future, and if there are any indications by my past experiences, my bike is downright exhausted all the time.

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