My son just turned 15 a couple weeks ago, is signed up for the MSF course, and will be riding by me this summer. In Indiana, you only need be 15 and pass the MSF course to get a learner's permit. He'll be riding the shadow.cliffd64 said:I was just thinking about this the other day. Given the proper training, full gear, and MSF courses etc (ok, that would require them to be at least 18 anyway) I think it might actually make them better drivers as well as a decent rider. I would have no issue if they could demonstrate the proper responsibility and discipline. Generally daughters at that age are easier to deal with than sons, so I might be luckier in that case, but I think having the chance to learn (if that is what they want to do) can only help them on the road.
Yes. My son already takes mine around the neighborhood now and then and will be taking the MSF this Summer or Autumn.Mid-Life Sabre said:When your kids are of age to get a license, will you allow them to ride? None of my boys are old enough yet, but I think that I would be very reluctant to let them ride because of the danger (even though I've been riding for years).