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About the ONLY thing that motivates me these days is my guitar playing. Once I've started I'll put hours and hours into it. If you like to jam but can't get out, you might want to try Jamkazam. It requires a high speed wired connection and an audio interface (and a bit of time to set up- many utube videos to help out.) but it allows you to play along with others in real time from the comfort of your own space. Kudos to you for taking care of your MIL. It's a terrible disease, my mother had it. It's much harder on the caregiver than the patient and that's in normal times. So take care of yourself, especially in this awful year.
I remember the last few times I quit... Given the choice of riding or not, i chose smaller, lighter, easier. Donít rule out what one of these can do to bring a smile...4 valve 350cc, 16Ē wheels, interlinked abs disc brakes, goes 85mph w a cup of coffee in my left hand, twist and go..and light weight around the garagehttps://newyork.craigslist.org/brk/mcy/d/brooklyn-piaggio-bv-350/7226595751.html
I'm 73. I hear your concerns. I sold what I had for big bikes earlier this year and now only have a smaller one for putzing around bush trails and maybe for doing the odd short run for a few groceries. Cheaper than driving the truck, is my rationalization.I'm not interested any more in going fast or far. The change to a smaller bike has turned out to be the just the right decision.
Bob your request is denied. Since I recently met you at the Fall Creek Falls camping trip, I though I might nudge you based on our last conversation.Remember sitting on this?I'm sure that you could trade the Stelvio for the lighter V85TT. I'll even help you with the link. https://sloansmotorcycle.com/Murfreesboro-Tennessee-37129/New-2020-Moto-Guzzi-V85-TT-Adventure/VDP/415917d8-df15-4fb6-a9a4-42f0ac6101bbIf you need someone to help you knock the dust off those bikes, just let me know. I can ride up from Huntsville one weekend and we can rip the nearby mountains.
Bob, you are welcome to come over sometime and give my smaller bikes a whirl. I know sometimes I just don't feel like putting on all the gear just to go riding. When I make myself do it I enjoy the ride, but I wish I could just grab a helmet and gloves, hop on the bike and go for a short ride.
No sh#t. Many years ago when I was at a (ahem) BMW club breakfast (this is before Guzzi) an old fart was saying the same thing. Now, I feel the same way.Comma but.I know better. If you've ridden long enough, you'll know too.
Hey Bob what color is your Stelvio
Understand completely, bikes were ridden to storage in Feb while the house was being reconstructed. Managed to finally get out for a ride about 2 weeks ago and then the weather went bad. Bikes are still in storage and look like they will be all winter. It's ironic that this year I had been planning on Il and Wi rallies since in theory we were wintering away and would be around most of the summer. Best laid plans.
Will be a whole lot easier to sell in the spring anyways. Maybe sell two, keep your favorite one and see what happens. I do know how you feel. At 60 and with arthritis i struggle with my hands and knees. Especially my knees. So mine may go up for sale spring. Just not sure yet! I need both knees replaced and I am afraid that I will regret letting her go if that pans out good.
I am 76 years old and firmly believe that the time to quit riding is when the undertaker pries my dead hands from the handlebars. The fact that that time is approaching has not changed my attitude. I continue to ride when temps are above 30 farenheight. And maybe a little lower on some occasions.
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