I have to agree with Anthem1, I was the same , drag me in at night. Now we have to drag them out. My kids (9,11,13,14) are no different. They always seem to be on the cell phone, Video games, Ipod's, computer's or paralyzed in front of the tube! It truely is a different time than when we grew up. I try to keep them active as possible while still leaving them time for themselves. We are at the baseball field 5-6 days a week for games or practices and still find time to squeeze time for riding. They usually gripe but once they're going they're having fun and enjoying themselves. Back to the club demo thing, we do need some younger blood mixed in. They are the next generation of bikers. My kids love the Swamp rides and functions and the people for that matter also. I'm going to speak to my baseball team kids to see if I could bring a bunch over together for a ride, probably Alafia because of the facilities and trailhead location, and try to let them catch the bug. Maybe if we get some Swampers with kids to join in we could get something started. I'm thinking that a ride with them might be better first and then maybe a club ride later for those who are still interested. With that being said I think it's up to us to initate the younger ones and keep them involved in our sport.