Seeing a 3-year old kid in full leathers on a pocket bike weaving through cones like an adult rider is not something you stumble upon every day. The thing recently happened somewhere in Russia and seems to be part of a street event.
Part of a large street was closed to traffic, leaving space for other outside activities and the mini rider to have a go at tackling some good old cone weaving. And there was enough audience to make an average rider miss a few ones from the pressure of being watched.
But this little guy nailed it and only hit one cone. He really knows what he’s doing at an age most kids are still rolling in a more user-friendly tricycle. Kudos to the kid’s dad and/or mom for getting him into motorcycles at such an early age.
After all, it is quite a big financial effort since children tend to grow quite fast and probably need new leathers and helmet each year. Not to mention new bikes as that small 50 cc mini sportbike won’t do if the kid really wants to advance.
Anyway, this kid looks he’s going to be part of the motorcycle racing scene soon, and we’d like to see him become a talented rider. He clearly looks hooked to bikes, and he even has a small electric car with a trailer attached to it to haul his ride around.
This reminds me of the time I was just a bit over this kid’s age, and my parents bought me a pedal car. I guess that’s how I started being addicted to vehicles, which soon led me to loving motorcycles.
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