I understand how you feel. You know that I have been feeling the same way
and made a genuine effort to sell my bike last fall. I had some "bites" but I
think I may have been priced a little high. I have not been on my bike since
the holidays. I hate not riding but s&%t always comes up and I have so much
to do on my property that the bike takes a "back seat" to everything else. I may
drop the price on my bike and give it another shot at the end of March. When I
semi-retire in three years, I may scoop up another bike just to play on. I will have
more time to ride then. I think about Easy and how lucky he was to survive and
I know that as I push 60 years old, it will take this old man a long time to heal if
I have an accident. I love my bike and I love to ride. I probably should sell her,
but I know I will miss riding when I no longer have a bike. Funny thing is, my wife
constantly tells me to keep it and just ride when I can. I have a very special lady
for a wife. She wants new floors. I may sell the bike, let her have new floors in the
house and buy another bike later. Good luck on whatever you guys choose to do.
Where is our fearless leader?