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When preparing a bike for a ride in the dirt, it is a good idea to pay attention to what holds your bike together. Cotter and Split pins can be made more secure with a zip-tie or wire.
Rocks, tree roots and even coarse grass can easily pull out hairpin cotters and split pins. To minimise this, place opening of pins to the least likely side to be impacted.
The Hairpin Cotter below, if placed the other way could easily be displaced if struck going over rough terrains.
Rocking horses have a bit of a reputation for being dangerous because of a few accidents involving the reins around the rocking horse. You do really have to be careful not to leave young children unattended. And you can shorten the reins on the horse so that there's no danger of strangulation. when kids go too fast on a rocking horse they can cause it to tip over but this is true of nearly all motion type toys. i still think the rocking horse is a classic but you should be careful to supervise kids who are using it.
It sounds like you have a dirty or broken contact base on your ignition switch. Unfortunately, you do not have a replaceable contact base on your switch. Your best option would be to replace the ignition switch. You will end up with two keys for your cycle but it will fix your problem. The only other option is to carefully disassemble your switch and attempt to clean the contact points in the switch. Worst case scenario would be you break the switch and have to replace it anyway. Happy trails.
Each day one of the trails will have a star on
it (only one per day even if you own more than one horse). Take your horse on
this trail. You will be told what task needs to be done and what amount of
money you will receive. Each day you can also do three chores for a varying
amount of money. The blue boxes you see along trails may have a little money
in them. The best way to get money is to finish a set of wildlife and also
to finish collecting a set of coins and shells (you may get money or items).
There is a trick to getting more money after you donate a horse. Do all your
chores and go back and get your payment for the day. If one of the chores was
a chore for the horse you are donating then donate the horse. Now a new chore
slot for each chore relating to the donated horse has opened up in the daily
chores because the horse is no longer in the game. Finish the new chores and
go back and receive more payment. You can repeat this again if you are donating
another horse and have chores related to that horse.