I don't own a race suit and I do not feel like giving up riding. However, I do put mine in storage from about 5 months when the weather starts getting cool. The fun starts all over again the following April when I wheel it out of the basement.Any of you ever feel like hanging up the race suit. Ever feel like riding street is to dangerous and you you can't get the joy out of riding like you use to?
I know exactly what you mean. I bought a Grom and I commute on it, race it and use it as a pit bike. The thing is a blast for being so slow. I also have a Harley (I know) that I am thinking of selling and pick up a FZ09.I think I know how you feel. This may sound strange but when I picked up an fz09 this year to add to the stable it completely rejuvenated my love for riding. I am not sure why exactly and it may be a few reasons. The 09 is just "slow", comfortable, and incredibly fun to ride. It totally reminded me why I love to ride and it has reset the fun factor for all motorcycle riding. Sounds lame I know but it's true.
Best advice would be to get back on the bike and ride it good!Ever since my spill I just don't feel as ballzy, guess I need a track day. Juse always have "the thought" in my head now
No. There is a guy on my other forum who is 73. He sold his ZX14 and bought a VFR1200. Modded it and tuned it immediately. Then as soon as it was done took it to some top speed annual meet and topped the fvcker out.
I know how you feel dude, had a diesel-induced lowside a year and a half ago - it takes time to get over it. For me, riding on public roads is the sh*t though; don't think I could give it up. The best thing about it is that it completely clears my head - there is no time to rage, mope or daydream riding in the street, you need to be on it the whole time. I'm gagging for a ride the now tbh, but it will have to wait a few weeks...Ever since my spill I just don't feel as ballzy, guess I need a track day. Juse always have "the thought" in my head now