Thats her jag in front and she is standing at the back..who says you cant ride pregnant!! she is due any day but as long as the trails are smooth. She's put on 130 miles in last 2 rides.
Heading out again tomorrow..Steve
</span><table border="0" align="center" width="95%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td>Quote (z800rtx @ Mar. 28, 2002, 09:16am)</td></tr><tr><td id="QUOTE">Must be used to the noise and vibrations i guess
Z570..yes we think of that every time we ride, not just now that she is due but I always lead with her 50 feet behind and she watches my reactions to see whats going on. Our trails where we ride are 20 feet wide and good wide corners which helps. We also ride early in the mornings when there is little traffic. I still think it would be cool to have her go into labour on the trail and ride right to the hospital..hehe oh well probably not gonna happen..calling for rain and 7 today..i guess spring is finally here..steve
Good for her! I see she is a tough Canadian girl according to your location. My wife rode when she was pregnant many years ago too. She was sledding two days before our son was born and those sleds back then didn't have any suspension. Congratulations to both of you. Better order up a new sled for the little one in a few years.
Thx Revrnd...the one downside of spending that much time sledding in my wife's belly is that i cant start the atv, sled or riding mower without her running to jump on..she just loves riding around..Our decision for her to ride pregnant was the best decision for us to make...its up to others to make up their mind based on informed information..Steve
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