Pink, Carey Hart’s Family Rides Dirt Bike Without Helmets: Photo

Pink’s Family of 4 Rides a Dirt Bike Without Helmets: ‘What You Think Parent Police?’
Singer Pink (L) and professional freestyle motocross competitor Carey Hart (R) arrives for the traditionnal Clive Davis party on the eve of the 60th Annual Grammy Awards on January 28, 2018, in New York. JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images

It’s a family affair! Pink and Carey Hart took their kids, Willow and Jameson, for a dirt bike ride without helmets — and the couple couldn’t care less about what haters had to say.

Hart shared the family pic on Instagram on Thursday, January, 24, with the caption, “Stuffed the whole family on my bike, with out [sic] helmets, and we were hitting all the jumps. What you think parent police?”

The father of two, who married the “What About Us” singer in 2006, was wearing a helmet in the shot, but he was the only one with protective gear. His son, Jameson, 2, sat in front of him and his daughter, Willow, 7, held onto his back, both with bare heads. Pink brought up the rear, her arms raised high with excitement.

Stuffed the whole family on my bike, with out helmets, and We were hitting all the jumps. What you think parent police? 😂😂😂. @FoxMoto @Dualigans @giantbicyclesusa @RideDunlop @Guts_Racing_Inc @WorksConnection @Fmf73 @motionpro @Twin_air @GalferUsa @ODIgrips @mactools38 @Motoxtremes @acerbisusa @GoodRide @HinsonRacing

A post shared by Carey Hart (@hartluck) on

When her husband, 43, posted a pic on a dirt bike with his son in December 2018, Hart was hit with criticism — even though the retired motocross rider wrote that he was “a professional.”

His little one clearly has a love for bikes. Not only did Jameson receive one for Christmas , but Hart admitted earlier this month that it’s “the new standard” for his son to ask for a ride when he practices on the track. “I wasn’t this fanatical as a kid,” the California native said. “He is making me nervous.”

Hart’s daughter has also followed in her father’s footsteps. When Hart came under fire in 2013 for taking her on a motorbike ride, Pink stepped in to defend her husband.

“If any of u have more experience on a bike than my husband, then I will listen to your opinions on how he should take my daughter for a ride,” the singer, 39, wrote on Twitter at the time. “I can’t promise I will care, but I will listen.”