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I think you can go thru cycles like this. Lose interest for awhile, then it comes back. Especially during this very strange year. 2 months isn't very long and 63 is fairly young to quite (I'm 75 and still riding.) I'd keep one for a year or two.Mike
A guy that I've ridden with for years dropped his bike on "The Snake" (lowside in a hairpin at moderate speed) in 2017. Next year, he dropped it again, same situation.He decided (wisely, I think) that it was time to pack it in. He was 79 at the time and felt that he didn't have the balance or reflexes to ride safely any more. I'm 66 and I know that my capabilities on a bike are not what they were. I still enjoy riding, and am compensating as best I can, but I'm not going to let my "pride" or my manhood or denial of nature or something force me to keep riding when I know it's really time to give it up.PMX14 is right. These are just inanimate objects. I've sometimes thought it would be interesting to just sell all the bikes, sit back, look at the empty shed, and see how I feel about it after a few weeks or months. I've had some of these bikes for 25 years ... It would be like starting a new life, and there are ALWAYS deals out there. Instead of Brits and Guzzis, maybe I'd like a Gilera and a Water Buffalo or something.Options are open! Don't overthink it.Lannis
If they don't make you happy anymore.... sell them! If later in life you feel the need to ride again buy another. They are inanimate objects and nothing that cannot be replaced!
I tell you going through this past - year has been hard on everyone even if they dont know it. I can add to that, in that 2 years ago I quit a long time job to care for my MIL with alzhimers, and I tell you... being home, and locked away KILLS any motivation you have!!! You know you should... and you want to do something, but you just cant. Its a real thing, and its tough, and the thing is some dont even know they are going through it. Hell I dont think I touched one of my guitars in 8 months... I used to play every day.. Its going into winter now.. Values lower on the bikes anyways, just mothball them up for the winter, and revisit this in the spring. We are hoping for a better year, and it might just be the spark to get you going.
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