Did that for my 8 year old daughter last year when I chaperoned a field trip with her. It was a pretty big hit with all the other 8 year olds and she was just beaming.Next year I will take the oldest to school on the bike a few times (she's 7 now, going on 8 soon).
My wife is M-class licensed. But I suspect I'll be driving if we both go somewhere on it at the same time. So, she's got the understanding of bikes in general, just not much real-world experience.Bonk! said:I agree that riding with a passenger can be fun, it's just a lot different than riding solo. I ride very conservatively with my wife on back - however I learned quickly that being too conservative makes a bike handle sloppily, so until you are both steady ride at the bottom end of your comfort zone, and then build from there.
As an aside, her first experience as a passenger will definitely color her opinion of riding with you. If you do something to set her off, even as a joke (like pop the clutch) that'll ruin everything.