P!nk and Husband Carey Hart Buy Dirtbike for Their 3-Year-Old Daughter

P!nk and Husband Carey Hart Buy Dirtbike for Their 3-year Daughter 1 photo
Photo: Carey Hart on Instagram
P!nk’s husband Carey Hart is famous for his passion for motocross as well for being the first to attempt a back flip on a 250cc motorcycle in competition. And since the R&B singer is a great fan herself, it was almost natural that both were waiting for their daughter to get the proper age so they could gift her with a kids dirtbike.
How about that on making your kids follow the same path you’re going?

Carey Hart posted an image of a Suzuki RM50 sitting next to the Christmas tree quoting “Willz is gonna freak out when she sees her 50 under the tree. And it begins! I remember getting my RM 50 on Christmas morning 1979 like it was yesterday”. Not that we have any problem with parents gifting their kids with special presents, but let us remind you that their daughter is not even four-years old yet.

The famous R&B singer met professional motocross racer Carey Hart at the 2001 X Games in Philadelphia. They got married in 2006 and five years later, their first child, Willow Sage Hart, was born. Ever since, the two were very busy making sure their daughter gets all the care she needs, always being there for her.

In fact, P!nk is a great supporter of attachment parenting, a parenting philosophy based on the principles of attachment theory. Who knows, maybe buying their only child a motorcycle for kids is how they believe staying close to their daughter works. We’re not here to judge, but we would’ve waited for a couple of years longer.

Anyhow, let us take a closer look to see what we’re dealing here with. Introduced in the late `70s for the lucrative junior motocross market, the Suzuki RM50 was styled like its successful larger capacity RM variants. The first model came with a 5.4 horsepower piston and reed valve two-stroke engine and weighed in at 123lbs (56kg). In later years, its power capacity got even bigger, but reports are they have always been considered as the first step future motorcycle riders would take as lifelong customers.

This made for a competitive market and one that all the major Japanese manufacturers would later replicate. In other words, these puppies sort of do the same job electric kid cars do, but for some reason we find Power Wheels a lot safer.
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